Online Applications for Fall 2024

TCU is now accepting applications online for Fall 2024!

CLICK HERE to begin your application.

It’s easy to get started! And once you get started, you can fill out your application little by little. You can leave your saved application and return to it as many times as you like.

Here are our 5 application periods:

Fall Early Admission: Sept 21–Nov 1, 2023
Fall Regular Admission: Nov 2, 2023–Jan 31, 2024
Fall Late Admission I: Feb 1–Apr 8, 2024
Fall Late Admission II: Apr 9–June 14, 2024
(Japanese citizens and residents only)

Which one works best for you?

For Transfer Students (Fall 2024)

We welcome you to transfer to TCU . It’s important to note, though, that the application procedure is a bit different for transfer students.

First, we need a little information from you to determine whether you are eligible to apply as a transfer student. This information will help us to determine approximately how many credits you’ll be able to transfer if you do.

Check your eligibility to transfer to TCU by following these two steps:

Step 1. Complete and submit this form .

Step 2. Email a copy of your college or university transcript to this address .

We can accept unofficial transcripts or student grade reports. That is, you do not need to ask your school to send it. You can just send us a copy of what you already have. We prefer PDF or an image format such as jpg. (Note, however, that we need official academic transcripts only upon application for admission.)

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Let us know if you have any questions. We’ll be glad to walk you through it.

Other Options for Study at TCU

Step 1 to College in Japan

If you are not yet ready to start an application but would like to take a step in that direction, see this page: “ Do College in Japan in 3 Easy Steps!

The East Asia Institute (Short-term Program)

If you are interested in our short-term program for students wishing to study abroad in Japan, visit our East Asia Institute (EAI) site here .

TCU’s Japanese-language Track (Spring Enrollment)

If you are interested in entering our Japanese track in the Spring (for native and JLPT N1-level Japanese speakers), visit our Japanese site here .