Anime with op MC is exciting and fun to watch, but you know what’s even more exciting? Anime with op Transfer Student and this combo will result in some wonderful anime.
In this article, we have listed 11 Anime Where the MC is an Op Transfer Student. Many of the anime on this list are shonen, while others are ecchi and harem, so you will have a good time watching them.
- 10 Anime Where MC is King
- 11 Anime Where MC is a Genius
- 12 Anime Where MC is Betrayed and gets Revenge
Anime Where MC is op Transfer Student
1. The Misfit of Demon King Academy
After 2,000 years of countless wars and strife, the demon king Anos Voldigoad made a deal with the human hero, Kanon, to sacrifice his own life to ensure peace could flourish. Reincarnating 2,000 years later, Anos finds that royal demons now harshly rule over lower class hybrid demons in a society that values Anos’s pureblood descendants over the demons who interbred with other species, such as humans and spirits.
Finding that magic as a whole has begun to decline and his descendants weaker as a result of the peace he created, Anos, now technically a hybrid himself, decides to reclaim his former title of Demon King, but first, he must graduate from the Demon King Academy where he is labeled a total misfit. He fights his way to respect in the present and finds old enemies as new friends.
Noblesse is the story of a mighty noble – Cadis Etrama Di Raizel (referred to as Rai) – who has been sleeping for 820 years with no awareness of mankind’s progress and technological achievements. Rai wakes up in an abandoned building in South Korea at the opening of the tv show and begins to adjust to modern life. He attends a school, where he re-encounters his faithful servant Frankenstein.
Rai enrolls in high school with the assistance of Frankenstein and unwittingly befriends athletic teenager Shinwoo, computer genius Ikhan, Shinwoo’s crush Yuna, and a few others. Noblesse follows the trio on their often perilous exploits against a secret organization, all while learning about Rai’s past.
3. Food Wars
Soma Yukihira desires to become a full-time chef in his father, Joichiro’s family restaurant “Restaurant Yukihira” and surpass his father’s culinary skills, but Joichiro receives a new job that needs him to travel around the world and close his shop.
Soma must be enrolled in Totsuki Saryo Culinary Institute, an exclusive culinary school where students compete in food competitions known as shokugeki. Despite the objections of Erina Nakiri, the talented granddaughter of the school’s dean, he secures a place at the institution. Soma is placed at Polaris Dormitory, where he meets Megumi Tadokoro and other aspiring chefs.
4. The Asterisk War
The series revolves around Ayato Amagiri, who is investigating the disappearance of his sister, Haruka, a former Seidoukan student. Ayato is forced to battle Julis on his first day at the academy after discovering her half-dressed while returning her handkerchief. Claudia calls off the duel and enrolls Ayato in Seidoukan.
He sets out to become Julis’ guardian and close friend after rescuing her from a conspiracy to cripple the Phoenix Festa. Ayato eventually triumphs over Kirin and is dubbed the academy’s new top student.
The plot Hayato Kisaragi, a youngster with the highest compatibility level with the aforementioned technology, is asked to master his skills at Little Garden, a prominent military academy aboard a battleship.
During his hard training for the struggle ahead, he instantly draws the attention of several female peers and becomes involved in a variety of mishaps as he strives to fight the creatures that now occupy Earth and endanger its safety.
6. Wise Man’s Grandchild
A young salaryman who died in an accident was reincarnated in a different world full of magic and demons. He was picked up as a baby by the patriot hero “Sage” Merlin Wolford and given the name Shin. He was reared as a grandchild and absorbed Merlin’s teachings, gaining him some unstoppable abilities.
When Shin reached the age of 15, Merlin realized, “I failed to teach him common sense!” Diseum, King of the Earlshide Kingdom, proposes Shin attend his Magic Academy on the condition that Shin not be used for political warfare. Shin saves two girls, Maria and Sizilien, from thugs in the capital, and subsequently establishes a club with him and others.
7. Classroom Of The Elite
The story is told through the eyes of Kiyotaka Ayanokji, a quiet and modest youngster who dislikes making friends and prefers to keep his distance, but who possesses unsurpassed intelligence.
He is a D-class student, which is where the school sends its weaker kids. Kiyotaka’s condition begins to alter after meeting Suzune Horikita and Kiky Kushida, two other kids in his class, and he begins to become embroiled in several affairs, scattering his ideal-typical high school existence.
8. Isekai no Seikishi Monogatari
Kenshi Masaki has been kidnapped and transported to the world of Geminar by an unknown group. To return home, he offers to assist them in assassinating the newly crowned empress of the Shtrayu Empire, Lashara Aasu XXVIII, with the help of a massive robot known as a Sacred Mechanoid.
As her army fights them off, Lashara takes note of Kenshi’s abilities and demands that her attacker be captured alive, only to find out that the pilot is male which is extremely rare on Geminar. Believing it to be a waste to kill him, she makes Kenshi her attendant.
Kenshi, as the empress’s new servant, is sent to follow Lashara to the Holy Land, an academy where Sacred Mechanoid pilots train their skills. His entrance draws attention, but Kenshi is unaware that something nefarious is forming within the academy, which has the potential to bring the entire globe to war.
9. Knight’s & Magic
Tsubasa Kurata, a software engineer and die-hard mecha otaku from Japan, is killed in a car accident. He is later reborn in the fanciful Fremmevilla Kingdom, a medieval country in which huge, powerful mechs known as Silhouette Knights combat horrific beasts known as Demon Beasts.
Tsubasa is reborn as Ernesti ‘Eru’ Echavalier, the son of an aristocratic family, in this world. He enrolls at the Royal Laihiala Academy, an elite magic school where pilots of the Silhouette Knights known as Knight Runners are educated to face threats both within and beyond the kingdom, after being endowed with exceptional magical talents and memories from his previous existence.
He eventually partners up with Adeltrud Olter and her twin brother, Archid, with the objective of piloting his own Silhouette Knight, which has been unheard of for decades.
While Yuu Otosaka looks to be just another charming and brilliant teen, he has a secret—he has the ability to enter people’s minds and entirely control their bodies for five seconds at a time. Yuu has used this talent for years to achieve the greatest marks, allowing him to attend a prestigious high school.
When the mysterious Nao Tomori discovers Yuu utilizing his gift, she compels him and his sister Ayumi into attending Hoshinoumi Academy, a school for children with supernatural abilities. The school’s student council, lead by Nao, is entrusted with chasing down adolescents who abuse their powers in secret.
Yuu is forced to join the student council, and together they confront tough challenges that lead him closer to the stunning realization that his own, seemingly insufficient skill may be more powerful than he ever anticipated.
11. Haven’t You Heard? I’m Sakamoto
The plot revolves around the extremely cool and popular Sakamoto: a faultless boy genius who is greatly appreciated by every student and staff member in the high school (except Kakuta). Regardless of the bizarre scenarios he finds himself in, which are usually pranks set up by the school’s jealous male population, Sakamoto always manages to emerge in absolute perfection, making himself appear even cooler. Many of his acts cause the reader to chuckle out loud.