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【Important】About the deadline for accepting reservations for consultation

【Important】About the deadline for accepting reservations for consultation.

We will close the reservation acceptance period until February 5, 2021(Friday).
Students who wish to consult should make a reservation by the deadline.
All students who apply by the deadline will be consulted.
Depending on the content of the consultation, a lump sum of 200,000 yen will be lent to students interest-free *100,000 yen for those who are fully exempt from the tuition fee 2020).
We are also considering accepting consultations depending on the situation.

Based on the impact of the spread of new coronavirus infections, UEC have established "Economic Support Counter for Coronavirus Infection Countermeasures" as a consultation desk for students who are in financial difficulty for various reasons.

Students who have difficulty in continuing their studies due to financial reasons, such as a decrease in part-time job income and unable to cover their living expenses, or a sudden change in the income of the tuition bearer (ex; parent), can feel free to consult.
You can consult by e-mail, telephone, face-to-face, ZOOM, etc., and the privacy of the consultant is strictly protected.
 
Depending on the content of the consultation, a lump sum of 200,000 yen will be lent to students interest-free
*100,000 yen for those who are fully exempt from the tuition fee 2020).
*Excluding non-regular students)
It is also available to those who have used the tuition exemption, various benefits, and loan systems so far.
You can also apply for a refund exemption for the lump sum loan by submitting documents that confirm that you meet certain criteria.
 
Consultation time: 13:00~15:00 /Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (Excluding holidays)
Email: keizaishien-soudan@office.uec.ac.jp (For consultation only)
     * Reservation required at first

Created: January 13, 2021 / Last modified:January 27, 2021