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Bridge Program Scholarship

Temple University




Last update: September, 2017
Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ), offers scholarships to applicants wishing to enter the [Dear Guest/Member you can't see link before replyclick here to register]. This scholarship covers the Bridge Entrance Fee and is available to applicants with outstanding academic performance and English ability. Recipients are selected based on application document evaluation.
Application Criteria

Applicants to the Bridge Program.
Application Procedure for Bridge Program Scholarship

1. Complete your Admissions Application by the Scholarship Eligibility Deadline and check the applicable box on the admissions application form. There is no separate application form for Bridge Program scholarship.
2. Submit supporting items by the Scholarship Eligibility Deadline. Examples of supporting items include:
a. Letters of Recommendation - sent by counselors/teachers directly to [Dear Guest/Member you can't see link before replyclick here to register] or via postal mail.
b. Personal copies of Awards/Honors - scanned copies may be e-mailed to [Dear Guest/Member you can't see link before replyclick here to register]
c. Any other documents demonstrating exceptional qualifications. These may be e-mailed to [Dear Guest/Member you can't see link before replyclick here to register]
Scholarship award announcements are made about a month after the Scholarship Eligibility Deadline. The student visa application does not need to be completed by the Scholarship Eligibility Deadline.
Note: Letters of Recommendation (supporting documents for scholarship application) may be sent via postal mail or e-mail (PDF or Word document), as long as letters are sent directly from the recommender to TUJ.
Scholarship Eligibility Deadlines

Those seeking a student visa through TUJ
Those not seeking a student visa through TUJ
Fall Admission
March 1
June 1
Spring Admission
September 1
September 1
Summer Admission
December 1
March 1
If you have any questions or concerns about the Bridge Program Scholarship, please [Dear Guest/Member you can't see link before replyclick here to register].
About the Bridge Program (For Non-native English Speakers)

Last update: August 2017
The Undergraduate Bridge Program is designed for non-native English speakers who need to further develop their academic English skills. Applicants to the program receive conditional admittance to TUJ's Undergraduate Program. Students participating in the Bridge Program can also earn up to five credits towards their undergraduate degree. Additionally, students can apply for a student visa through TUJ.
Admission Requirements

Applicants for Spring 2018

1. Meet Undergraduate Program [Dear Guest/Member you can't see link before replyclick here to register] A and B
2. TOEFL iBT scores between 45 and 70, or TOEFL PBT scores between 450 and 524, or IELTS (Academic) scores between 5.0 and 5.5, or PTE (Academic) scores between 35 and 49.
3. TOEFL, IELTS or PTE score meets the requirement, but needs support for improving academic skills before enrolling in the Undergraduate Program.
▶︎ Applicants for Summer 2018 and beyond

1. Meet Undergraduate Program [Dear Guest/Member you can't see link before replyclick here to register] A and B
2. TOEFL iBT scores between 53 and 78, or TOEFL PBT scores between 475 and 549, or IELTS (Academic) scores between 5.0 and 5.5, or PTE (Academic) scores between 40 and 52.
3. TOEFL, IELTS or PTE score meets the requirement, but needs support for improving academic skills before enrolling in the Undergraduate Program.
How to Apply

Application procedures are the same as the Undergraduate Program [Dear Guest/Member you can't see link before replyclick here to register].
Bridge Program Levels

There are three Bridge Program levels. Each Bridge level lasts one semester. A student's level is determined by a combination of their TOEFL, IELTS or PTE scores, and a [Dear Guest/Member you can't see link before replyclick here to register] taken upon enrollment. Note that depending on the placement test result, students may start from a different level regardless of their TOEFL, IELTS or PTE score. Applicants cannot choose their level in the Bridge Program. Visa-sponsored Bridge students are expected to complete the Bridge Program within one year.
Bridge 1

Estimated English Level:

Applicants for Spring 2018
Applicants for Summer 2018 and beyond
· TOEFL iBT45 - less than 53, or
· TOEFL PBT 450 - less than 475, or
· IELTS 5.0, or
· PTE 35 - less than 39
· TOEFL iBT53 - less than 61, or
· TOEFL PBT 475 - less than 500, or
· IELTS 5.0, or
· PTE 40 - less than 44
Courses (20 hours / week):

· University Seminar I (1 credit)
· Introduction to General Education Courses
· Introduction to Academic Writing
· Academic Skills 1-A (Fluency: Discussion)
· Academic Skills 1-B (Accuracy: Grammar)
To complete Bridge 1 and proceed to higher levels, students must satisfy all of the following requirements:
1. Receive a minimum grade of C- in the Undergraduate University Seminar course
2. Receive a minimum grade of C- in all academic skills courses
3. Receive a grade of PASS for the writing portfolio required to be submitted at the end of semester
Notes:
· If students fail to receive a grade of C- or above in the Undergraduate University Seminar course, fail to receive a grade of C- in the academic skills courses, or fail to receive PASS in the writing portfolio, they must repeat all courses of Bridge 1 in the next semester.
· Depending on the evaluation result of the writing portfolio, students may be recommended to skip Bridge 2 and enroll in Bridge 3.
Bridge 2

Estimated English Level:

Applicants for Spring 2018
Applicants for Summer 2018 and beyond
· TOEFL iBT53 - less than 61, or
· TOEFL PBT 475 - less than 500, or
· IELTS 5.0, or
· PTE 40 - less than 44
· TOEFL iBT61 - less than 71, or
· TOEFL PBT 500 - less than 525, or
· IELTS 5.5, or
· PTE 45 - less than 49
Courses (20 hours / week):

· University Seminar II (1 credit)
· Principles of General Education Courses
· Principles of Academic Writing
· Academic Skills 2-A (Fluency: Discussion)
· Academic Skills 2-B (Accuracy: Grammar)
To complete Bridge 2 and proceed to Bridge 3, students must satisfy all of the following requirements:
1. Receive a minimum grade of C- in the Undergraduate University Seminar course
2. Receive a minimum grade of C- in all academic skills courses
3. Receive a grade of PASS for the writing portfolio required to be submitted at the end of semester
Note: If students fail to receive a grade of C- or above in the Undergraduate University Seminar course, fail to receive a grade of C- in the academic skills courses, or fail to receive PASS in the writing portfolio, they must repeat all courses of Bridge 2 in the next semester.
Bridge 3

Estimated English Level:

Applicants for Spring 2018
Applicants for Summer 2018 and beyond
· TOEFL iBT61 - less than 71, or
· TOEFL PBT 500 - less than 525, or
· IELTS 5.5, or
· PTE 45 - less than 49
· TOEFL iBT71 - less than 79, or
· TOEFL PBT 525 - less than 550, or
· IELTS 5.5, or
· PTE 50 - less than 53
Courses (16 hours / week):

· General Education course (3 credits)
· General Education Strategies
· Foundations of Academic Writing
· Academic Writing Strategies
· Bridge Tutorial
To complete Bridge 3 and enter the Undergraduate Program, students must satisfy all of the following requirements:
1. Receive a minimum grade of C- in the Undergraduate GenEd course
2. Receive a minimum grade of C- in the Undergraduate GenEd Strategies course
3. Receive a minimum grade of C- in the Academic Writing and Academic Writing Strategies courses
4. Receive a grade of PASS in the Tutorial course
5. Pay the matriculation fee after completing the Bridge Program
Note: If students fail to receive a grade of C- or above in the Undergraduate GenEd course, fail to receive a grade of C- in the Academic Writing and Academic Writing Strategies courses, or fail to receive PASS for the Tutorial course and the writing portfolio, they must repeat all courses of Bridge 3 in the next semester.
Tuition and Fees

Fee
Amount
Bridge Program Entrance Fee
¥221,100 (for all levels)
Student Activity
¥1,550 (for all levels, per semester)
Facilities
¥27,000 (for all levels, per semester)

Bridge 1 Tuition

Course
Credits
Hrs / Week
Tuition
General Education
1
1
¥65,050
Academic skills courses I
-
19
¥458,500
Total
20
¥523,550

Bridge 2 Tuition

Course
Credits
Hrs / Week
Tuition
General Education
1
1
¥65,050
Academic skills courses II
-
19
¥458,500
Total
20
¥523,550

Bridge 3 Tuition

Course
Credits
Hrs / Week
Tuition
General Education
3
3
¥195,150
Academic skills courses III
-
13
¥370,200
Total
16
¥565,350
After successfully completing the Bridge Program, students must pay ¥205,700 to matriculate into the Undergraduate Program at TUJ.
Student Visa Application Fee

Prospective students applying for a Japanese student visa through TUJ must pay a non-refundable visa application fee of ¥20,600 upon acceptance to TUJ or as a part of the [Dear Guest/Member you can't see link before replyclick here to register].
Housing

For their first semester, visa-sponsored students must stay in TUJ-designated housing. Housing waivers may be granted upon petition for students already living in Japan, married students, students intending to reside with family members, and students with other special circumstances.
Fee
Amount
Housing Cost (Dorm or Homestay)
¥420,000 for fall and spring, or
¥340,000 for summer semester
Note: All tuition and fees are subject to change without written notice. Amounts do not include bank charges, for which the applicant is responsible.
Admission Qualifications

The following qualifications represent the minimum criteria for admission. Meeting the qualifications does not guarantee admission.
A. Completion of High School (Secondary School) or Equivalent

1. Have graduated or will graduate from an accredited secondary or high school, or
2. Have completed or will complete an IB diploma or GCE A Level program, or
3. Possess a GED (General Education Development) certificate, Kosotsu Nintei Shiken (formerly Daiken), or its equivalent. (Applicants are recommended to apply with at least 15 college-level semester credits to strengthen their application.)
Note: GED applicants are required to submit transcripts from all schools attended since the start of high school, in addition to the official GED transcript.
B. Minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA)

· Applicants seeking a student visa through TUJ: 2.5 on a 4.0 scale
· Applicants NOT seeking a student visa through TUJ: 2.0 on a 4.0 scale (or 3.0 on a 5.0 scale)
C. Test Score Requirement

For Native English Speakers - SAT or ACT Score

Applicants who fall under one of the following categories may be eligible for a waiver of the SAT or ACT requirement:
· U.S. applicants who are 22 years of age or older are automatically waived.
· Applicants who completed all schooling in the UK, Ireland, Canada (except Quebec), Australia or New Zealand.
· Applicants with 15 or more college-level semester credits (excludes ESL courses and vocational courses).
For Non-native English Speakers - TOEFL, IELTS or PTE Score

Requirements vary depending on which semester you are applying for. Please select from below:
Applicants for Spring 2018

Applicants for Summer 2018 and beyond

TOEFL, IELTS or PTE Waivers

Applicants who fall under one of the following categories may be eligible for a waiver of the TOEFL, IELTS or PTE requirement:
· Applicants with 15 or more college-level semester credits at a U.S. accredited college or university including English Composition with a grade of C or above (excludes ESL courses and vocational courses).
· Applicants with an SAT or ACT score.
Notes:
· Applications for TOEFL, IELTS or PTE waivers must be submitted within two years of attending a prior institution.
· [Dear Guest/Member you can't see link before replyclick here to register] Admissions Counseling to confirm eligibility for waivers.
Institutional TOEFL (ITP)

TUJ conducts institutional TOEFL (ITP) exams in Tokyo and Osaka. The scores are equivalent to the TOEFL Paper-based test (PBT), and are valid only in an application to TUJ. Please see below for the exam dates and registration details.
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