For Applicants

For Applicants

Nagoya University have provided academic support for many students with disabilities since the Office for Students with Disabilities had set up in 2010. So far students with visual impairments and disorders, hearing impairments and disorders, orthopedic and motor impairments, disabilities caused by medical conditions, and developmental disorders have studied in Nagoya University. The Office for Students with Disabilities provide academic support for students with disabilities, assist to participate in events organized by Nagoya University, remove physical barriers on campus and implement universal design. The Admission Information of Nagoya University has an article for people with disabilities who need special accommodation in admission examination. Please confirm the information and apply by following it. The Office for Students with Disabilities has an obligation to provide equal academic environment regardless of having disabilities or not. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Office for Students with Disabilities, Center for Student Counseling, Nagoya University
       

Location: 2F, Building 7, B Wing, School of Engineering / Graduate School of Engineering, Higashiyama Campus (Map)

Opening Hours: 10:00~17:00

Opening Days: Monday to Friday (Except National, Public Holidays)

Contact: Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya, 464-8601, Japan

Tel: 052-789-4756 Fax: 052-747-6457

e-mail: osd@gakuso.provost.nagoya-u.ac.jp

The Website of Center for Student Counseling: http://gakuso.provost.nagoya-u.ac.jp/

    
  • The OSD in Nagoya University aims to insure that equal opportunities are provided to all students with disabilities and that they are as valued in their dignity and enjoy the same basic campus lives as the students without disabilities.
  • Why don't you come and talk to us if you have any questions!
    You are welcome to come and visit us if you have any problems with your disabilities.
    Processes of Disability Services
Center for Student CounselingOffice for Students with Disabilities