Prospective Students

Find general information, application forms, and other resources for all IUC programs here:

Brochures & Course Descriptions

IUC 10-Month Program Brochure & Course Descriptions (PDF)

IUC 10-Month Program Sample of Elective Courses third and fourth quarters (PDF)

IUC The Nippon Foundation Fellows Program Brochure (PDF)

IUC Summer Program Brochure & Course Descriptions (PDF)

IUC Summer Program Curriculum 2017 (PDF)

IUC Summer Program Tentative Schedule 2016 (PDF)

Calendar

2017-18 Academic Calendar (PDF)

2016-17 Academic Calendar (PDF)

Make a Payment

Fee Payments (Application Fees and/or Tuition Fees)
The Inter-University Center (IUC) accepts credit card payments for application fees and/or tuition fees. There are no additional handling fees or added charges for making a credit card payment. We are unable to accept debit card transactions.

We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover (Diners Club International, JCB, UnionPay, BCCard, Dina Card, RuPay and elo).

Please download the IUC credit card payment form and return the completed form via secure fax 650-723-9972.

If you are unable to fax the form, please mail to:

Inter-University Center
Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies
616 Serra Street
Encina Hall
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305 U.S.A.

For payments made by or from your university (e.g. FLAS, departmental scholarship, etc.) please contact the IUC Stanford Administrative Office iucjapan@stanford.edu.

Medications in Japan

Importing or Bringing Medication into Japan for Personal Use (PDF)

From the Embassy of the United States Tokyo, Japan
“Decisions on what medications or medical devices may be imported legally into Japan are made by the Japanese Government, and unfortunately the limited information available at the American Embassy and our Consulates does not include comprehensive lists of specific medications or ingredients. This information is available only from the Japanese authorities, subject to change.”

Please read the website below provided by the Japanese government:
http://www.mhlw.go.jp/english/policy/health-medical/pharmaceuticals/01.html

The website below provides a discussion by the US Embassy that includes links to other important Japanese government websites.
http://japan.usembassy.gov/e/acs/tacs-medimport.html

Before mailing or bringing any medication to Japan, read the above referenced web sites and important links carefully. If you fail to follow Japanese law you may be arrested and detained.

For further details, contact either the Japanese Embassy or Consulate directly.
http://www.embjapan.org/us-consulates/

Sample Student Budgets

Sample 10-Month Program Student Budget (PDF)

Sample Summer Program Student Budget (PDF)

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