Osaka Ibaraki Campus (OIC), Ritsumeikan
University, Osaka, Japan
Address: 2-150 Iwakura-cho, Ibaraki, Osaka 567-8570 Japan
Ritsumeikan University (立命館大学) is a private
university in Japan, that traces its origin to 1869. With the
Kinugasa Campus(KIC) in Kyoto, and Kyoto Prefecture, the
university also has a satellite called Biwako-Kusatsu Campus
(BKC) and Osaka-Ibaraki Campus(OIC).
The Osaka Ibaraki Campus (OIC) opened its doors in April 2015 and is RU’s newest campus. Located midway between Osaka City and Kyoto City, the campus is within walking distance of two train lines that provide easy access to both cities. The OIC is fully equipped with facilities that provide adaptable learning and exchange spaces. The campus community works to facilitate collaboration with industry and government institutions and promote Ritsumeikan’s activities on the frontline of social collaboration.
Map can be accessed from Here (Click).
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Note: The registration fee does not cover the accommodation. It is suggested that you should do an early reservation.
Necessary Materials to Apply for Japanese Visa
A visa is NOT necessary for US passport holders visiting Japan for a short-term stay of less than 90 days with the purpose of tourism and business.
*Please note that the visa waiver arrangement with the United States does NOT apply to U.S. individuals wishing to travel to Japan for news media related activities, attending depositions taken by U.S. Consul, or for U.S. Federal Government employees on official business or transit to/from official mission.
1. List of Nationals and Citizens of Countries and Regions with Reciprocal Visa Exemption Arrangements with Japan.
2. Please note that in principle we do not accept an application from B-1 and B-2 U.S. visa status holders.
3. You must be a resident of DC, VA, or MD in order to apply for a visa through the Embassy in DC.
4. To check the location of the Embassy/Consulate-General with jurisdiction over your place of residence, please click here.
5. As a general rule, the visa applicant should come in person with exception of applications for diplomatic/official visas and applications through formal application agencies.
In general, a visa is only valid for one entry. A visa is valid for 3 months from the day of issuance. Therefore, entry into Japan should occur within this time frame. A Multiple entry visa is valid for 1 to 5 years.
Multiple entry visas can be issued to citizens of countries that Japan has bilateral agreements with and to visitors with business purposes. A Double-Entry Transit visa is valid for 4 months and can be used twice (once on the way to your destination and once on the return trip) to complete a round trip.
For the detailed information, please check with local embassy in your country or visit http://www.immi-moj.go.jp/english/index.html.
Please note DMIP is not authorized to assist with the VISA process beyond providing the Notification of Acceptance Letter and Invitation Letter (after registration) issued by the DMIP Committee Board.
Should your application be denied, DMIP cannot change the decision of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, nor will DMIP engage in discussion or correspondence with the MOFA or the Embassy on behalf of the applicant. The registration fee cannot be refunded when the VISA application of individual being denied.