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Kobe University was established in 1902. It is a leading Japanese university, ranking 14th in research performance and 10th by Tokyo Keizai in the category “Truly Strong Universities” It is located in Kobe, which is in the Hyogo Prefecture. The school offers 14 graduate programs and 11 undergraduate programs. The school's long history means that it has changed over the years. The university's foundation was built on two main fields of study, economics, and commerce. It has since expanded to include many more areas of study.
*Average tuition fee is only an indicator of the estimate annual cost for Engineering courses at Kobe. Course specific tuition fee may vary and it's best to refer to the university's [official website]. An estimate of the average tuition fee at Kobe University in Indian Rupees is INR 0 as of 1 Jan 1970.
Kobe is one of the largest cities in Japan. It is most famous for Kobe beef and the Arima hot springs. The city is a hub for cosmopolitanism and fashion. This is evident in the Japanese phrase” if you can't go to Paris, go to Kobe”. The city has an exotic atmosphere, due to the fact that it is a port city. Kobe holds the honor of having the first golf course ever made in Japan. The Kobe golf club was built by Arthur Hesketh Groom. Some notable city attractions include the Ikulta Shrine and the Kobe Port Tower.
The university is split up into four different campuses, which are Rokkodai, Kusunoki, Myodani, and Fukae. Rokkodai is considered the main campus. They have a very extensive book collection consisting of 3.7 million print material and 27,000 pieces of electronic material, the library is split into 9 different branches separated by subject matter. Kanematsu Hall is a building that was erected in 1934. It was named after a pioneer who established trade between Japan and Australia. That building is home to The Research Institute for Economic and Business Administration.
A student can choose either a private residence or a public residence. The university’s dorms were built for new and current international students. The private residences are not managed by the university, but a private company. Applications can be submitted to the university's administrative department.
In Kobe, the summers are hot, short, and oppressive; while the winters are very cold, and windy. Over the course of the year, the temperature usually varies from 36°F to 89°F and is rarely above 94°F or below 31°F. The hot season extends from June 26 to September 20, with an average daily rise in temperature above 81°F. The hottest day of the year is around August 7, with an average low of 77°F and high of 89°F.
The cool season extends from December 5 to March 20, with an average daily drop in temperature below 55°F. The coldest day of the year is around January 27, with an average high of 47°F and low of 36°F.
The wetter season extends from June 6 to October 1, with more than 36% chance of a given day being a wet day. The chance of wet day peaks at 52% around July 2.
As of 2018, the university has a total of 3,685 staff including 1,704 teaching staff and 1,981 administrative staff. The student population is at 16,256. This number includes 1,303 international students. The university has a faculty to student ratio of 1:10. The relationship better teachers and students in the university are quite impressive.
There is a deferral/exemption for both tuition and enrollment fees. There are many different scholarships as well. Some are private and some are through the government. The amount you can receive depends on what level of education you are planning on getting. Undergraduates can get up to ¥120,000. Graduates, on the other hand, can get anywhere from ¥146,000 to ¥148,000.
With a degree from a university as highly ranked as Kobe, there is no doubt that employers will look highly upon you. In 2010 ranking by Weekly Economists the school enjoyed the 18th best employment rate in over 400 companies.
With school’s many areas of study, it makes sense that there are wide opportunities for both international and national students to do their studies there. The school provides an environment that is safe and conducive for learning. That being said the people who do attend this school are likely to receive a good foundation for their career.