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Payment of Applicaiton Fee by Bank Transfer

Pay the following application fee to the designated account as detailed below. Use the attached designated form (Form C) and paste the original receipt of foreign remittance issued by your local remitting bank or other form of evidence of such bank transfer. Pay the application fee, via foreign remittance in yen to the account during the application period as detailed below.
In addition, you may be required to pay bank charges to your local remitting bank, depending on the arrangements for international money transfer in yen via your banking system. Consult with your bank so as to ensure that the amount to be credited to the Sumitomo Mitsui Bank account detailed below does not fall short of 17,000 Japanese Yen.

Details for paying the application fee

Remittance by: telegraphic transfer

Payment method: advise and pay

Foreign exchange fee: to be paid by payer

Total amount to be transferred: 17,000 Japanese Yen

Purpose of remittance: application fee

Remit to:

Bank Name: Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

Branch: Kyoto Branch

Bank Address: 8 Naginataboko-Cho Karasumahigashiiru Shijo-dori Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City 600-8008, Japan

SWIFT Code: SMBCJPJT

Payee: National University Corporation, Kyoto University

Account No.: 496-8089351

University Address: Yoshida-Honmachi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto City 606-8501, Japan

Note:

  • The name of the individual making the payment must be the same as in his/her passport, and be in the order of (Family Name), (First Name), (Middle Name). Furthermore, add “ICP” to the end of name to indicate application to the International Course Program, e.g. “Smith John Paul ICP.”
  • If the name of the individual making the payment is not the same as the person applying for entry to Kyoto University, indicate the name of the applicant in the “Message to Payee” space.
  • Once the application fee has been paid, it will not be refunded under any personal circumstances.