Nagoya University’s Admission Coordinator for International Programs visited Seoul Scholars International on March 15th. She explained Nagoya’s International Programs in English as well as fees, financial aid, and required documents when students are applying to Nagoya. She also highlighted undergraduate programs and explained how Nagoya University is highly focused on researching rather than studying out of textbooks. Furthermore, Nagoya is located between Tokyo and Kyoto, so students can easily travel and enjoy Japanese culture as well. One interesting fact about Nagoya’s admissions process is that unlike most schools, professors directly select the students instead of admissions officers. Therefore, it is crucial to prepare well for Skype interviews with professors and demonstrate interest. Overall, Seoul Scholars International students enjoyed Nagoya’s visit and are looking forward to upcoming visits from other universities.