Students wishing to apply to Hokkaido University’s ISP, please complete the following steps as instructed. For more detailed instructions, please read the Application Guidelines.
*FORM 1-FORM 4 will be available on the Online Application Site in the middle of September.
Download the form (FORM 4) from the website and submit it in accordance with the instructions. It should be completed by a teacher who is well-acquainted with your academic performance.
Only scores for which the exam date indicated on the exam results certificate is within two years of the online application deadline are valid. Individuals whose native language is English or who have received four years or more of their secondary education in English as the primary language of instruction are exempt from submitting this document.
Please note that TOEFL or IELTS scores should be sent directly from the institution that administered the test to the Admission Center, Hokkaido University. Scores must be received by the deadline for the receipt of mailed application documents.
Print the application form (PDF) generated by the online application site. The web URL will also be sent to you in the confirmation email sent after completion of your application fee payment. Place the application form and all other necessary documents into an envelope, and send it by registered mail so that it arrives at the university by the deadline for submitting application materials.
Please note that applications that are not received by the deadline for submitting application materials will not be processed, without exception. Be sure to leave enough time for your materials to arrive by post. Application materials delivered by hand are not accepted.
Application procedures are not complete until all of your application materials have been received and accepted as valid/authentic by the university (including the foreign language proficiency test results certificate mailed directly from the institution that administered the exam). Please be aware that registering to apply online does not constitute the completion of application procedures.