International University Of Japan : ASIA (Alphabetical)

Address
777 Anajishinden, Yamato-Machi
Minami Uonuma-Gun
Niigata 949-7277
Jp

Admissions
Application Fee (Resident): $256

Application Fee (Non Resident): $43

312 People Applied To The Full-Time Mba Program In 2002. The School Accepted 30% (Selectivity) Of Those Applicants, And 57% Of Admitted Applicants (Yield) Enrolled In The Program.

The B-School Placed N/A Applicant(S) On Its Wait List, From Which N/A Ultimately Enrolled In The Program. 6% Of Applicants Had Applied In Prior Years, And Of Those Reapplicants 35% Were Accepted.

Applicant Profile:
Female Applicants 19%
International Applicants (1) 94%
Underrepresented Minority (2) Applicants 0%
Applicants With One Year Or Less Work Experience 11%

Interviews For Mba Applicants Are:
Required
Undefined
In 2002, The B-School Interviewed 16% Of Its Full-Time Mba Applicants, And 28% Of Its Admitted Applicants.

(1) Applicants From Countries Other Than The School’s Home Country.

(2) Defined As U.S. Citizens Who Are African American, Hispanic American, And Native American.

Investment And Deadlines For Class Of 2005
Estimated Total (Not Annual) Cost Of Full-Time Mba Program (U.S. Dollars)

Resident $35,043
Nonresident $35,043

Expected Monthly Rent $400
Recommended Annual Budget (1) $30,000

Application Deadline(S) Jan. 31, 2003
Apr. 1, 2003

Rolling Admissions? Yes

Financial Aid Deadline(S): Jan. 31, 2003
Apr. 1, 2003

First-Year Mbas:

Average Financial Aid Package $18,500
Range (Middle 80%) $4,872 - $31,709
Average First-Year Scholarship Awards (Not Including Loans) $18,500

Second-Year Mbas:

Average Financial Aid Package $16,368
Range (Middle 80%) $4,872 - $27,350
Average Second-Year Scholarship Awards (Not Including Loans) $16,368

Full-Time Mbas Receiving Financial Aid Through B-School 36%

Graduate Assistantships Offered To Qualifying Mbas? Yes

Scholarships Are Merit Or Need Based?
Merit-Based
Need-Based

16 Full-Tuition Scholarships Were Awarded By The School To Full-Time Mbas In The Past 12 Months

Guaranteed Loan? (2) No

Maximum Amount Students Can Borrow: N/A

Average Outstanding Loans For 2002 Graduates: N/A

Financial Aid Web-Site:

Http://Www.Iuj.Jp/Admis/Scholarship/

(1) Student Budget Includes Tuition Fees And Living Expenses.

(2) Upon Admission, Any Accepted Applicant, Regardless Of Nationality, And Without The Need Of A Cosigner, Is Eligible For A Loan.

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