Transfer Applicants Residing Outside Japan

1. Number of Students Accepted ▼

The number of transfer student acceptances for international students each year:

  Second Year Transfer Third Year Transfer
College of Asia Pacific Studies 10 15
College of International Management 20 28
  • *The numbers listed above are tentative and may be subject to change.

2. Application Eligibility ▼

April/September 2019 Enrollment

Please be aware that those who wish to apply as transfer students must first pass the Application Prescreening.

Applicants MUST fulfill both of the following requirements.

Requirement 1: Educational Qualifications

  • * Please refer to the "Academic Credit Requirements for Transfer Eligibility" section.

Second Year Transfer Students (University Level)

Applicants must fulfill ONE of the following requirements:

  • 1. Applicants who meet ALL of the following requirements:
  • ・ Have completed at least one year of enrollment in a university bachelor degree program outside Japan by the time of enrollment of APU.
    ・ Have completed 13 years of official education based on a standard course curriculum by the time of enrollment to APU.
    ・ Have acquired at least one fourth of the credits needed to graduate from their current university bachelor degree program by the time of enrollment to APU.
  • 2. Applicants who have completed at least one year of enrollment in a university bachelor degree program within Japan and acquired at least 30 course credits by the time of enrollment to APU.

Third Year Transfer Students (University Level)

Applicants must fulfill ONE of the following requirements:

  • 1. Applicants who meet ALL of the following requirements:
  • ・ Have completed at least two years of enrollment in a university bachelor degree program outside Japan by the time of enrollment of APU.
    ・ Have completed 14 years of official education based on a standard course curriculum by the time of enrollment to APU.
    ・ Have acquired at least one half of the credits needed to graduate from their current university bachelor degree program by the time of enrollment to APU.
  • 2. Applicants who have completed at least two years of enrollment in a university bachelor degree program within Japan and acquired at least 60 course credits by the time of enrollment to APU.

Second or Third Year Transfer Students (Other Educational Levels)

Applicants must fulfill ONE of the following requirements:

  • 1. Have completed their studies at a junior college by the time of enrollment to APU.
  • 2. Have completed their studies at a technical college in Japan by the time of enrollment to APU.
  • 3. Have completed their studies at a special training school approved by the MEXT by the time of enrollment to APU. However, please note application eligibility will be restricted to the terms stated in Article 90 of the School Education Law.
・Those who are unable to satisfy the application eligibility requirements by enrollment* will have their acceptance to APU revoked.
・Applicants must submit various documents to prove the above requirements for their eligibility for application before enrollment. After the admissions result announcement, further documentation will be required and should be submitted promptly. Failure to submit such documents in a timely manner may result in their acceptance to APU being revoked.
・Transfer applicants from countries and regions that do not satisfy the standard 12-year education requirement must have completed or be scheduled to complete their second or third year of university- level education.
  • *The date of enrollment is April 1 for April enrollment and September 21 for September enrollment.

Requirement 2: Language Proficiency

Applicants must meet one of these English or Japanese language criteria.

Minimum English Proficiency Requirement
TOEFL® iBT Test TOEFL® PBT Test TOEIC® L&R Test IELTS EIKEN PTE Academic Cambridge English Language Assessment
79 550 780 6.0 1 50 FCE Grade B

*L&R is an abbreviation for LISTENING AND READING.

Minimum Japanese Proficiency Requirement
JLPT N1 JLPT N2 EJU (Japanese)
100 135 250 (not including the writing section)

3. Application Prescreening/Screening Schedule ▼

April/September 2019 Enrollment

Application Prescreening

Those who wish to apply as transfer students must first pass the application prescreening. Only those who pass the prescreening and decide to apply to APU must pay the application fee. During prescreening, the school credits you will have by the time of your APU enrollment will also be evaluated. Direct applications from those who have skipped or not passed the prescreening step will not be evaluated and no interview will be held. The application fee will also not be returned.

For information regarding the application prescreening, please refer to the materials below.
2nd Year Transfer
3rd Year APS Transfer
3rd Year APM Transfer

Pages 1 and 2 of the Undergraduate Application Form EN.pdf
Transfer Student Academic Status.pdf

APS Curriculum Outline
APM Curriculum Outline
Transfer_Credit_Application_2019.pdf

Submission
During the prescreening application periods shown on the website, submit your prescreening application by uploading all the required application documents at the designated link. We will not accept prescreening applications by any other method. If you have any difficulties uploading your prescreening application documents, please send an email describing the issue to transfer@apu.ac.jp.

APU will send a confirmation email after receiving your prescreening application. If one week passes after you have uploaded your application documents and you still have not received a confirmation email, your application may not have been sent successfully. In this case, please be sure to send an inquiry to transfer@apu.ac.jp.

Screening Schedule

Prescreening Results
・The Prescreening results will be announced via email following the schedule listed below.
・Prescreening may be based upon an applicant's projected credits by the time of enrollment to APU. Should the actual number of credits an applicant receives differ from their projected credits, the number of credits transferred to APU will also change.
Admissions Results
・Screening and scholarship result notifications will be sent by email on the date listed below with the necessary login information to check these results on this admissions website.
Please be aware that phone, fax, or email inquiries regarding your screening results will not be accepted.

*Note: Admitted applicants will not be allowed to reapply to the same college for the same enrollment period (April 2019 or September 2019 enrollment period). If an admitted applicant does reapply, a new interview will not be performed and results will not be given. The application fee will also not be returned.

Screening Schedule for Transfer Applicants Living Outside of Japan

It is not necessary for applicants to travel to Japan for their interview. APU will contact applicants directly by email regarding the details of the interview. The interview date will be set by APU but it may take additional time for APU to contact the applicants when the university's summer and winter breaks overlap with the interview schedule.

April 2019 Enrollment

Prescreening Application Period
(For those who have passed Prescreening*1)
Result Notification
Application Period Result Notification Application Period Interview Date
June 1, 2018 (Fri)
- June 27, 2018 (Wed)
Jul 30, 2018 (Mon) Jul 30, 2018 (Mon)
- Aug 29, 2018 (Wed)
Online Interview
Within six weeks after all required application documents have been received
Oct 8, 2018 (Mon)
Jul 30, 2018 (Mon)
- Aug 29, 2018 (Wed)
Sep 27, 2018 (Thu) Sep 27, 2018 (Thu)
- Oct 17, 2018 (Wed)
Dec 10, 2018 (Mon)

September 2019 Enrollment

Prescreening Application Period
(For those who have passed Prescreening*1)
Result Notification
Application Period Result Notification Application Period Interview Date
Sep 3, 2018 (Mon)
- Oct 10, 2018 (Wed)
Dec 13, 2018 (Thu) Dec 13, 2018 (Thu)
- Jan 16, 2019 (Wed)
Online Interview
Within six weeks after all required application documents have been received
Mar 4, 2019 (Mon)
Oct 11, 2018 (Thu)
- Dec 12, 2018 (Wed)
Jan 17, 2019 (Thu) Jan 17, 2019 (Thu)
- Feb 20, 2019 (Wed)
Apr 8, 2019 (Mon)
  • *1 Please note that prescreening is only valid for the enrollment period in which it is undertaken. For example, those who pass the April prescreening but decide to enroll in September must redo the prescreening for September.
  • *2 Please note that for some application periods, the deadline to complete the enrollment procedures after being admitted is shorter.

4. Application Documents ▼

April/September 2019 Enrollment

Application Prescreening

Those who wish to apply as transfer students must first pass the application prescreening. Only those who pass the prescreening and decide to apply to APU must pay the application fee. During prescreening, the school credits you will have by the time of your APU enrollment will also be evaluated. Direct applications from those who have skipped or not passed the prescreening step will not be evaluated and no interview will be held. The application fee will also not be returned.

For information regarding the application prescreening, please refer to the materials below.
2nd Year Transfer
3rd Year APS Transfer
3rd Year APM Transfer

Pages 1 and 2 of the Undergraduate Application Form EN.pdf
Transfer Student Academic Status.pdf

APS Curriculum Outline
APM Curriculum Outline
Transfer_Credit_Application_2019

Submission
During the prescreening application periods shown on the website, submit your prescreening application by uploading all the required application documents at the designated link. We will not accept prescreening applications by any other method. If you have any difficulties uploading your prescreening application documents, please send an email describing the issue to transfer@apu.ac.jp.

APU will send a confirmation email after receiving your prescreening application. If one week passes after you have uploaded your application documents and you still have not received a confirmation email, your application may not have been sent successfully. In this case, please be sure to send an inquiry to transfer@apu.ac.jp.

For those who have passed Prescreening

Please submit the required documents below online or download the application materials from this website, fill in all required information, print out and submit them by post. Documents that are not marked with an ONLINE icon must be submitted by post.

IMPORTANT

  • 1. Applicants must complete the application form and related documents by themselves. English-basis students should write in English while Japanese-basis students should write in Japanese.
  • 2. Applicants must submit either original certificates or certified documents*. Please attach an official translation with the translator's name, contact details and signature or official seal for documents that are written in neither English or Japanese.
  • 3. APU will not return any of the submitted certificates (regardless of the certificate type). Therefore, please submit certified documents for original certificates that cannot be reissued. Please note that submitted certificates will be discarded under APU's Document Preservation Regulation.
  • 4. Acceptance to APU will be revoked if any false information or forgeries are found within the submitted documents, even after enrollment.
  • * A certified document is one that has been marked as being equivalent to the original with a stamp or seal by the issuing institution (preferred) or a notary public. Detailed information about how to get a document certified can be found on this information.

Required Documents for All Applicants (Please note that required documents differ for first year applicants and transfer applicants.)

1. Undergraduate Application FormONLINE
Applicants must complete all forms by themselves and post a photograph with the additional materials.
2. Application EssayONLINE
Please follow the application essay guidelines within the application form. Applicants must complete the essay by themselves.
3. Certificate of Eligibility / Resident Status Questionnaire ONLINE
Please follow the questionnaire guidelines within the application form. Applicants must complete the questionnaire by themselves.
4. Proof of Application Fee Payment
Note: Payment by credit card is strongly preferred.
You may pay by bank transfer (international or domestic) only if you cannot pay by credit card.
  • Credit Card
    • Please complete the payment online by registering with the APU Online Application System. Be sure to include your APU Online Application System Login ID on "Section IV. Application Fee" of your application form. You do not need to send a receipt by post.
  • Bank Transfer (international or domestic)
    • Please send a copy of your payment receipt.
5. Academic Transcripts/Test Results
  • If you have both A and B, please submit both. If you do not have B, submitting only A is also acceptable.
  • A notarized certificate may be accepted if it is certified by the issuing institution (preferred) or a notary public as being equivalent to the original. However, the original may be required in some instances. For documents that are not written in English or Japanese, please attach an official translation with the translator’s name, contact details and signature, or with an official seal. ONLY translations by the document-issuing organizations, translation companies and certified translators will be accepted.
  • A. Academic Transcript Requirements
    • For Second Year University / Other Higher Education Institution Transfer
      High school transcript AND current transcript from the higher education to which you do or did belong.
    • For Third Year University / Other Higher Education Institution Transfer
      Current transcript from the higher education institution to which you do or did belong. If you have not completed your program yet, you are required to submit the transcript for at least your first 1.5 years.
  • B. Standardized Test Results
    For those who have taken the following examinations, submit the official result certificate/transcript together with your application.

    (1) Mandatory or standardized national test results to enter university:
    ・GCE AS Level/A Level
    - Sri Lanka and Singapore GCE A Level: applicants must submit results from three subjects
    - International and other GCE A Level: applicants must submit a minimum of two subjects (or a minimum of four subjects for AS Level)
    ・International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma (predicted score accepted)*.
    *However, your enrollment eligibility may be revoked if you are not able to successfully receive an IB Diploma.)
    ・Abitur
    ・Baccalaureate
    ・General Educational Development (GED)
    ・Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination Results, etc.

    (2) Standardized test result certificates (Only test results that have not expired will be accepted):
    ・EJU - Examination for Japanese University Admission for International students (Japan and the World + Mathematics (Course 1))
    ・Old SAT (Critical Reading + Mathematics + Writing)
    ・New SAT (Reading & Writing + Mathematics)
    ・ACT, etc.
    *For those students who have taken the SAT, ACT or GCE (Sri Lanka) examinations, please have your score report forwarded directly to APU and note it in your APU application.
    For the SAT, the institution code is 2791.
    For the ACT, the institution code is 5475.

    *We strongly recommend submitting an SAT, ACT or GED score report if you are undergoing a home school curriculum. If deemed necessary during the application screening, you may be required to submit one of these score reports.
6. Documents Proving English/Japanese Proficiency
A. Applicants who will submit exam scores
Please submit the original results from one of the required English or Japanese language proficiency exams.
Period of Validity for language proficiency scores
・2019 April Enrollment: Only scores of examinations taken on or after June 1, 2016 will be accepted.
・2019 September Enrollment: Only scores of examinations taken on or after September 1, 2016 will be accpeted.

  • For English-basis Applicants
    • Please provide the following information on the application form, if possible.
      TOEFL® iBT Test: Registration Number
      TOEFL® PBT Test: Registration Number
      IELTS: Test Report Form (TRF) Number
      PTE Academic: Registration ID
      Cambridge English Language Assessment: ID Number and Secret Number
    • For TOEFL® Test results, applicants must request the test center to send the score reports to APU directly. The institution code of APU is 2791.
    • If you provide your IELTS Test Report Form (TRF) number in “Section V. Language Proficiency” of the application form, you do not need to submit the original test report.
    • For PTE Academic results, please visit the PEARSON website and register to send your score report to APU. Paper or PDF results will not be accepted.
    • For Cambridge English Language Assessment result, please send a copy of the result statement together with the application form.
    • TOEFL®-ITP Test, IELTS (General Training Module), TOEIC®-IP Test and PTE General are not accepted.

      • Applicants from Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Singapore, the United Kingdom and the United States who have undertaken their official education in the English language for the most recent 6 years are not required to submit any documents.
      • Applicants from countries other than those listed above who have undertaken their official education in the English language for the most recent 6 years are not required to submit proof of English ability if a letter is provided from their school stating that they have taken all of their subjects in English for 6 years.
      • Applicants who are taking or have taken the International Baccalaureate Diploma with English as the language of instruction do not need to submit English proficiency certificates.
      For Japanese-basis Applicants
      Applicants who have undertaken their official education in the Japanese language for the most recent 6 years are not required to submit Japanese proficiency certificates.
B. Applicants who will not submit an exam score
Please submit APU's "English Proficiency Evaluation" or "日本語能力認定書" form.
Please note that higher emphasis is placed on test score results during application screening so it is highly recommended that you take one of these tests.
7. Letter of Recommendation
Please ask an instructor from the last school/institution you attended (including language schools) or employer/supervisor from the company you worked or did internships for (not including part-time jobs) to write this recommendation letter. This must be a person who has known you for at least a year or more. The letter must be written in English or Japanese. Please attach a translation in either English or Japanese if the letter is not written in either of these languages. Recommendation forms can be downloaded from this website.

8. Passport Copy
Applicants are required to submit a copy of their valid passport, showing their photo, name and passport number. If you already have a valid Japanese Landing Permission, please submit a photocopy of it on your passport. Applicants who do not have a valid passport are still eligible for application.

9. Two Identical Photographs (4 cm X 3 cm) or (1.57 in X 1.18 in)
Two identical photographs taken within three months, showing a front view above chest level against a plain background. No cap or hat is allowed. The photograph size MUST be 4 centimeters high by 3 centimeters wide (1.57 inches X 1.18 inches). Photographs may be in color or black and white. Please write your name and nationality in English on the back of the photographs. Post the photographs along with the additional materials.

10. Copy of Alien Registration Card/Residence Card
(Applicants who already have a valid Japanese resident status ONLY)
Please submit a copy of both sides of your Alien Registration Card or Residence Card.

11. Transfer Student Academic Status ONLINE
Applicants who are currently attending institutions of higher education (university bachelor's program junior college or technical college) are required to fill out and submit the Transfer Student Academic Status form.

12. Transfer Eligibility Documents
Please submit documents showing the list of classes you are currently taking and documents which show the graduation requirements for your current major (Student handbooks or school websites that provide the relevant information may also be used). Students who have already graduated do not need to submit the above documents but MUST submit their graduation certificate diploma. If you are currently a student (excluding bachelor's program students), please submit proof that you are scheduled to graduate from your program.

13. Application Document Checklist
Please complete the Application Document checklist and make sure you are not missing any documents. When you send your documents, please attach the checklist on the top of your application documents.

Additional Documents for Submission (If Applicable)

1. APU Tuition Reduction Scholarship Application ONLINE
Applicants who wish to apply for the APU Tuition Reduction Scholarship are required to complete the application by themselves according to the guidelines in the application form.

Only individuals who will obtain a student visa as described in the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act before enrollment are eligible to apply for the APU Tuition Reduction Scholarship at the time of application. If you already possess a visa for Japan and you do not change your status of residence to 'student' before enrollment, your APU Tuition Reduction Scholarship will be revoked, even if you are awarded with the scholarship in your letter of acceptance. The scholarship will be revoked if it is found that a student has changed to a visa status other than 'student' while at APU.

This scholarship is made available through the financial contributions of domestic and international companies and individuals, together with the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), that support the ideals of APU, and its purpose is to help reduce the financial burden for outstanding international students of lesser financial means. Students awarded with this scholarship are expected to maintain a good academic record, complete the tasks assigned to them and serve as role models for their countries and regions.

A review of academic performance and other criteria will be conducted each semester to determine whether or not recipients qualify for renewal of the APU Tuition Reduction Scholarship. Provided that the recipients maintain a good academic record, complete the tasks assigned to them on time and avoid any misconduct unbefitting of a scholarship recipient, the scholarship will remain valid until the standard number of credits required to graduate has been reached. In cases of inappropriate behavior or conduct that tarnishes the reputation of APU, the scholarship will be revoked. Interested applicants are to submit their scholarship application upon understanding of the above. An overall evaluation of all submitted documents will be conducted for both the application and scholarship screening. Applicants will receive their scholarship application results at the same time as their notification of admissions screening results.

2. Letter of Intent to Switch to Student Residency Status
Currently, if you have a visa status in Japan other than student and wish to apply for the APU Tuition Reduction Scholarship, you will need to change your visa status to student before enrolling to APU. If you choose to change your visa status to student, please submit a “Letter of Intent to Switch to Student Residency Status.” If you do not submit this confirmation letter, you will not be eligible to apply for the APU Tuition Reduction Scholarship. In the event you do not change your visa status to student by the day before enrollment to APU (March 31st for spring enrollment, September 20th for fall enrollment), your APU Tuition Reduction Scholarship will be revoked.

3. Extracurricular Activities ReportONLINE
Applicants who have participated in cultural/traditional performances, sports competitions, student council, volunteer work, language learning activities and/or other events are asked to list these activities on the Extracurricular Activities Report*. Please only include activities from high school level grade 10 or above (or equivalent of high school level grade 10 or above) that are at the regional, national, or international level. Activities that are organized in your school will not be assessed, so please do not include these on your application. However, exceptions will be made for activities such as student council leadership positions and Model UN, or scholarship awards.
  • * Only the official form designated by APU will be considered for assessment. Portfolios, CDs, DVDs, etc. created by the applicant will NOT be accepted so please do not submit them. (Please note that these items will not be returned to you even if they are submitted.)
  • * Please refer to “4 Document(s) to Prove Participation in Extracurricular Activities” for more details about the submission of documents to prove your participation in the activities you list on the Extracurricular Activities Report. See the chart below for details:
Activities Examples Proving Participation/
Achievements
Section in the Extracurricular Activities Report Form Certificate
Student Council Activities Experience of participation in an executive position on the student council (chairperson, vice president, secretary, etc.) for more than 1 school year. Section (A) Not Required
Cultural/ Traditional Arts, Academic Competitions, Sports
*There are no limitations within these fields.
・Awards or certificates for having participated in any type of concerts or performances. Section (B) Required (Copies Permitted)
・Proof of public recognition gained from the results of the activity (publication in a newspaper, etc.). Section (C)
Volunteer/ Independent Activities ・Proof of independent activities (volunteer etc.) that have received public recognition (publication in a newspaper, etc.).
・Proof of participation in volunteer activities
Other Activities ・Proof of participation in Model United Nations activities.
・Proof of being a scholarship recipient.
・Proof of participating in an internship:
Employment experience as a trainee at a company.
Opposite Language Proficiency ・English-basis applicants: Official Japanese language proficiency test scores
・Japanese-basis applicants: Official English language proficiency test scores
Section (D) Required (Original Certificates or Certified Documents)
Any Academic Certificates or Other Language Proficiency ・Official language proficiency test scores other than English or Japanese.
・Other English proficiency qualifications (TEPS, CU-TEP, etc.).
・Other qualifications, certificates, etc. (We will evaluate qualifications/certificates that are internationally qualified or highly qualified).
Experience Living or Studying Abroad ・Evidence of having studied outside of your home country for the purpose of language education, summer programs, or full-time education, etc.
* Including experience living or studying in Japan.
Section (E) Required (Copies Permitted)
4. Document(s) to Prove Participation in Extracurricular Activities
For each activity you include on the “3. Extracurricular Activities Report,” please submit an A4 size copy proving your participation. You must submit an original certificate or certified score report form for language proficiency test results.
5. Certification of scholarships received from organizations other than APU
Applicants who will receive scholarships from organizations other than APU after or before their enrollment are required to submit proof of the scholarship award in either English or Japanese.

5. Application Fee ▼

April/September 2019 Enrollment

Please pay the application fee by credit card. You may pay by bank transfer (international or domestic) ONLY if you cannot pay by credit card.

    IMPORTANT

    • 1. Applications will not be processed until the application fee is paid. Please make sure to complete the fee payment before the application deadline. Please note that credit card payments will not be available after 23:59 (Japan Time) on the day of the deadline.
    • 2. The payment must be made in Japanese yen (JPY). If you pay by bank transfer (international or domestic), include a copy of the payment receipt along with your application documents.
    • 3. Cash or postal money orders will not be accepted. Please do not send cash with your application forms.
    • 4. The application fee is not refundable under any circumstances.
    • * The application fee also includes the fee to determine application eligibility.
  • a. Payment by Credit Card
    Fee Amount:
    3,500 JPY
    (The fee consists of 3,000 JPY for screening and 500 JPY for administrative purposes.)
    Payment Method:
    Register an account with the APU Online Application System and complete your payment. Fill in your APU Online Application System login ID on the application form. You do not need to send a receipt by post.
  • b. Payment by Bank Transfer (International or Domestic) *ONLY if you cannot pay by credit card
    Fee Amount:
    5,000 JPY
    (The fee consists of 3,000 JPY for screening and 2,000 JPY for administrative purposes.)
    Payment Purpose:
    Application Fee
    Contact Details:

    Applicant's Name, Phone Number
    Bank Name:
    Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
    Branch Name:
    Oita Branch
    Branch Address:
    1-3-22 Chuo-machi, Oita-city, Oita-Prefecture, 870-0035 JAPAN
    Tel: +81- 97-532-5161
    Account Number:
    1001673 (Ordinary Deposit Account)
    Account Name:

    RITSUMEIKAN ASIA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY THE RITSUMEIKAN TRUST
    Swift Code:
    SMBCJPJT
    *IBAN Code:
    (if necessary) JP28 SMBC 0721 XXX2 4029 0868
    Bank Transfer Fee:
    Borne by remitter
    • * If the application fee is paid in Japan, even in the case where it is paid by a friend or relative in Japan, please send a copy of the payment receipt to the Admissions Office. Please make sure to write the applicant's name and phone number in the contact details when the payment is made.

6. Credit Transfer for Transfer Students ▼

April/September 2019 Enrollment

Second year transfer students may transfer up to 30 credits and third year transfer students may transfer up to 62 credits. However, the number of transfer credits awarded will be determined after review of final academic transcripts and syllabi submitted by admitted transfer applicants. Admitted applicants will be notified about the number of transfer credits awarded in the result notification. If the applicant is still taking classes at the time of application, the final results for these classes must be submitted to the Admissions Office after they have been released. If the final results are not submitted, the applicant will not be eligible for credit transfer. Please note that students must complete a total of 124 credits to graduate from APU.

7. Application Submission ▼

April/September 2019 Enrollment

All transfer applicants are to send their applications directly to APU by registered airmail or express mail service (DHL, EMS, FedEx, OCS, etc.), and it must be postmarked by the application deadline. APU will not bear responsibility for any loss of documents during the course of delivery.

Address:
Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
Admissions Office (International)
1-1 Jumonjibaru, Beppu, Oita, 874-8577 Japan
Tel: +81-977-78-1119

  • *APU shall bear no responsibility for the loss of any documents in the process of posting.

8. Screening Method ▼

April/September 2019 Enrollment

Application screening is based on all submitted documents and interview. If required, the applicant's school or author of the recommendation letter may be contacted for further information.