Here at Kansai University, we strive to create an international environment that can foster global citizens to bring fresh perspectives to the world.
This international dormitory for students is not merely a resident facility, but a place where you can foster your diverse sense of values and ability to communicate using foreign languages as well as Japanese. Moreover, we provide Human Resource Development Programs only for the students in the dormitory. We operate as a facility where students are able to grow and develop.
2024 New Open
Co-ed Dormitory Global House
Student House Shurei-ryo
Kansai University Minami-Senri International Plaza International Students Dormitory
Kansai University International Dormitory
Male & Female
Kansai University operates five dormitories: the Global House (KU G-House), the Student House Shurei-ryo, the Minami-senri International Plaza International students Dormitory, Kansai University International Dormitory, and the women's dormitory, Dormitory Tsukigaoka. At Kansai University, we are directly responsible for the recruitment and selection of students for these five dormitories, as well as their day-to-day management and operation.
Through business partnership between Kansai University and KANDAI Pensee Co., Ltd., the International Student Dorm, KU I-House was created and is managed by Kyoritsu Maintenance Co., Ltd.
Both international and Japanese students share the space for cultural exchange and develop a deeper understanding of the world.
Global connections and friendships are made by sharing everyday life with people of different ages, school years and nationalities.
The dormitory is not only a great place to improve communication and social skills, but gives a chance to add a truly unique experience to your life.
We offer Human Resources Development Programs exclusively for dormitory students.
Within diverse value systems, we aim to foster individual personalities and characters, while respecting one another.
Our goal is for dormitory residents to acquire a broad international education, develop skills in communication, problem-solving, cross-cultural understanding, and grow into the global talent that will lead the future.
In order to support the residents' lives, live-in, Resident Assistants are assigned to the dormitories.
Their responsibilities include floor management, event planning, day-to-day support and encouraging communication among the residents.
Skills Expected to be ObtainedBeing a Resident Assistant provides an opportunity to nurture a global mindset and leadership, communication and planning skills.
By being a Resident Assistant, I was able to nurture different values, broaden perspectives and become more of a global citizen.
It was rewarding to be able to create activities and events while bridging the gap between residents from different cultures and diverse backgrounds.
It’s an intimate experience to live together in the dorm and so many exchanges can be made on a daily basis without even realizing it.
Through practical experiences such as event planning, taking meeting minutes, and working with office staff, I developed a number of new skills that will be helpful in the future.
In order to smoothly adapt to Japanese customs, manners and culture, Resident Assistants give consultation sessions and advices to international residents.
Supporting International Students
Resident Assistants support international students in various situations such as; city hall procedures, orientation.
Resident Assistants explain how to use the facilities, equipment, rules and common space manners at the dormitory when students first enter the dormitory.
Planning and Management of Activities
Resident Assistants arrange activities for the whole dormitory residents about once a month, and for the unit or floor as needed and support university-sponsored events and activities as needed.
Management of Unit Rooms
Resident Assistants propose rules of the each unit or floor and general operations, and are also responsible for noticing dormitory office regarding facilities that require periodic checks or repairs such as kitchen and floor facilities.
Resident Assistant Meetings
Meetings are held to manage and share opinions and suggestions received from residents as needed. These opinions will be reported to the university for further discussion.
※ Held once a week in principle. The schedule is set based on the class schedule of all Resident Assistants as needed.
Resident Assistants are the primary persons to help an emergency case such as injury or illness in the dormitory.
Supporting Publicity Activities of Resident Assistant
Helping and participating in publicity activities such as recruiting briefings and events.