The Tsukuba Trans-Pacific Program aims to strengthen international student exchange with the leading universities of Latin America located in the countries of the Pacific Alliance and Brazil, as we have maintained long term academic relations. These universities are: El Colegio de México (Mexico), Universidad de Guadalajara (Mexico), University de los Andes (Colombia), Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (Peru), Universidad de Chile, and Universidade de São Paulo (Brazil).
We hope that the Tsukuba Trans-Pacific program, as a collaborative program, contributes to promote the development of shared solutions to global problems. We hope that every year more students will be interested to get to know Japan and Latin America, and extend their knowledge about these cultures for a better understanding of our common challenges. We believe that cultural exchange enhances the new generations of citizens to be ready to face global and environmental issues based on mutual cultural understanding.
What are the advantages of coming through the Tsukuba Trans-Pacific Program?
The Tsukuba Trans-Pacific Program offers a full package of tuition fee exemption with the Strategic Partner Universities in Latin America for promoting the exchange of students.
If you are a student in one of our Strategic Partner Universities and you are interested to come to Japan, this is your opportunity!
Study at our university
Please check the attachment files below for having information about living and studying at the University of Tsukuba
(general information, visa, accommodation, scholarship, part time jobs, experience of students alumni, etc.)
The experience of our students alumni network
Tsukuba Trans-Pacific Program has a constant connection with our students Alumni Network.
Please check their experiences, daily life, recommendations, etc.
|Mexico||Universidad de Guadalajara||Jessica Rubi Mora Flores||International Relations|
|El Colegio de México||Carlos Viveros Torres||Asian and African Studies|
|Colombia||Universidad de los Andes||Sergio Galindo Alberto León||Biomedical Engineering|
|Chile||Universidad de Chile||María José Vargas Alvarez||Natural Sciences|
|Brazil||Universidade de São Paulo||Natalia Yumi Sato||Pharmaceutical Sciences|
Tsukuba Trans-Pacific Program Office