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Osaka University

Osaka University is a public research university located in Osaka, Japan. It was established in 1931 and is one of Japan's oldest and most prestigious universities. Osaka University is a member of Japan's National Seven Universities, a group of elite institutions that are considered to be the best universities in Japan.
Osaka University is known for its strong research programs, particularly in the fields of science and engineering. It has been recognized as one of the top research universities in Japan and has produced a number of Nobel laureates, including Hideki Yukawa, who won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1949.
The university offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs across its faculties of Science, Engineering, Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Law. It also has a graduate school of language and culture, which offers programs in Japanese language and culture for international students.
Osaka University is a highly selective university and admission is competitive. Admission requirements vary depending on the program, but generally require a strong academic background and proficiency in Japanese or English. International students are required to take a Japanese language proficiency test or provide proof of English language proficiency.
Visa requirements for international students depend on their country of origin and the length of their stay in Japan. Students who plan to study for more than 90 days are required to obtain a student visa, which can be applied for at the Japanese embassy or consulate in their home country. The visa application process can be complex and may require several documents, including a Certificate of Eligibility from the university. It is recommended that international students consult with the university's International Student Center for guidance on visa requirements and application procedures.

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