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Note:
This is an outline as of April 2019. For more detailed and up-to-date information on application procedures, please refer to the latest "Guide to Application of the Graduate School Research Division in Engineering or Research Division in Environmental and Information Studies."
"The Guide to Application" is written in Japanese and the entrance examination is also in Japanese. Japanese language ability is required for studying and living in Japan.

1.Admission Policy

<Graduate School of Integrative Science and Engineering>

Master's Course

The Master’s Course equips students with advanced specialized knowledge and nurtures their research skills by developing their language skills to be successful internationally. It also develops their extensive adaptability and practical skills to quickly respond to changes in the social structure. In addition, the educational goal of the Course is to equip students with problem-solving skills and personal qualities to play an active role in society. For this reason, the Master’s Course requires students to possess the following qualities and skills in order to be admitted to the course:

  1. An understanding of the educational principles and educational objectives of the Graduate School of Integrative Science and Engineering.
  2. Basic academic ability specializing in science and technology and a logical mind to see things from a multifaceted perspective.
  3. A strong interest and desire to take on new challenges in unknown research field.
  4. Language skills and advanced ethics as necessary for engineers.

Doctoral Course

The educational goal of the Doctoral Course is to equip students with the skills to explore a new domain by utilizing their advanced knowledge and skills to steadily resolve problems. For this reason, the Doctoral Course requires students to fully acquire the above four qualities and skills from the Master’s Course and to possess the following skills in order to be admitted to the course:

  1. A broad range of specialized academic skills necessary to conduct research activities to acquire new knowledge.
  2. The vitality to pursue research aimed at resolving problems to become an independent researcher.
  3. The ability to get things done necessary to take a leadership role in society.
  4. Basic communication skills to prosper internationally.
<Graduate School of Environmental and Information Studies>

Master's Course

In modern society with its social and economic changes and the wide use of technologies, different complex and intertwined cross-cutting issues emerge. These issues occur on the small scales of individual and family to the large scales of the company, regional society, city, nation, and world. Therefore, to maintain a sustainable society, the public requires resolutions to social issues in a cross-cutting, comprehensive manner that is often outside the conventional approach of a specific area of expertise. The Graduate School of Environmental and Information Studies aims to develop global citizens who can address such issues by nurturing concrete awareness of the diverse issues related to the environment, information, and urban life. Thus, we seek students who can share the following with us.

  1. Empathy for our educational philosophy and goals
  2. Awareness of the issues facing a modern society
  3. Global, future-oriented, and academic viewpoints
  4. Willingness to address issues in a practical manner
  5. Ability to communicate with others
  6. Ethics possessed as human beings

Doctoral Course

While recent technological development has promoted urbanization and a highly advanced information society, it causes issues related to the human environment across diverse areas of business and society overseas around the world. Environment and information related fields are broad and related to a diversity of conventional academic fields. To resolve the issues for enriching and developing human society, there is need to develop solutions via research from interdisciplinary views in a cross-cutting manner that goes beyond the conventional stove-piped study system. The doctoral course in the Graduate School of Environmental and Information Studies seeks students with a clear awareness of the issues faced by modern society who are willing to cultivate new study fields in order to address issues related to the environment and information that we need to resolve in order to maintain a sustainable society.

2.The number of students admitted

Graduate School Department Number of students admitted
Master's
course
Doctoral
course
Graduate School of Integrative Science and Engineering Mechanics 60 8
Electrical Engineering and Chemistry 66 8
Natural Sciences 15 2
Cooperative Major in Nuclear Energy 15 4
Architecture and Civil Engineering 54 8
Informatics 66

8

Graduate School of
Environmental and Information Studies
Environmental and Information Studies 20 2
Urban Life Studies 6 ---

The applicant needs to speak to the professor related to his/her major and obtain his/her prior approval before applying for admission to our graduate school. The professor's personal seal (MITOMEIN in Japanese) is required on the application form.

3.Eligibility

Master's Course

Applicants who fall under any of the following criteria shall be eligible for admission to the Master's Course of the Graduate School.

  1. Applicants who have already graduated or are a candidate for graduation from university by the end of March 2020.
  2. Applicants who have been granted a bachelor's degree by the National Institution for Academic Degrees and Quality Enhancement.
  3. Applicants who have completed 16 years of academic schooling outside of Japan or are a candidate for completion by the end of March 2020.
  4. Applicants who have completed 16 years of international correspondence courses in Japan.
  5. Applicants who have completed the courses by a school outside of Japan, which are specified as equivalent to university education by the government.
  6. Applicants who have completed more than four years of a specialist course at a vocational school, which meets the criteria specified by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and designated separately by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology after the date specified by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
  7. Applicants who have been appointed by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
  8. Applicants who have been recognized to have abilities equivalent to those who have completed university by the Graduate School.*

Doctoral Course

Applicants who fall under any of the following criteria shall be eligible for admission to the Doctoral Course of the Graduate School.

  1. Applicants who hold a master's degree or professional degree, or those who are a candidate for completion by the end of March 2020.
  2. Applicants who have been granted a master's degree or a degree equivalent to a professional degree outside of Japan, or those who are a candidate for completion by the end of March 2020.
  3. Applicants who have been granted a master's degree or a degree equivalent to a professional degree by taking correspondence courses provided by a school outside of Japan in Japan.
  4. Applicants who have been granted a master's degree or a degree equivalent to a professional degree by taking correspondence courses provided by a school outside of Japan in Japan as specified as equivalent to a graduate school outside of Japan.
  5. Applicants who have completed the courses of the United Nations University and have been granted a degree equivalent to a master's degree.
  6. Applicants who have been appointed by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
  7. Applicants who have been recognized to have abilities equivalent to those who have completed a master's degree or professional degree by the Graduate School.*

* Please be sure to inquire 40 days prior to the start of the application to determine eligibility

4.Selection

Graduate School of Integrative Science and Engineering

  Admission for students of TOKYO CITY UNIVERSITY General Admission
General
Admission
Admission for
working adults
Special
Screening
Selection Criteria The applicants must be registered as a student of TOKYO CITY UNIVERSITY and be of sound character. A review of a written examination and of the submitted documents, and an interview. A review of the submitted documents and an interview (including an oral examination)
*The applicants must have sufficient business experience (over 2 years).
A review of the submitted documents and an interview
*The applicants must have knowledge in the field of their major
Subjects Examination Master's Course

1.A review of the submitted documents

2.An interview

1a.One other language except Japanese & their mother tongue language
b.
Basic subjects

2.Major Subjects
3.An interview

1.A review of the submitted documents

2.An interview

An interview and an oral examination
*The applicants must have produced remarkable works in a field related to their major or have outstanding achievements.
Doctoral Course -------

1.Foreign language

2.Major Subjects

3.An interview

1.A review of the submitted documents

2.An interview

An interview and an oral examination
*The applicants must have produced remarkable works in a field related to their major or have outstanding achievements.

Graduate School of Environmental and Information Studies

  Admission for the students of TOKYO CITY UNIVERSITY General Admission
General
Admission
Admission for working adults Special
Screening
Selection Criteria The applicants must be registered as a student of TOKYO CITY UNIVERSITY can be of sound character. A review of a written examination and of the submitted documents and an interview. A review of the submitted documents and an interview (including an oral examination)
*The applicants must have sufficient business experience (over 2 years)
A review of the submitted documents and an interview
*The applicants must have knowledge in the field of their major
Subjects of examination Master Course

1.A review of the submitted documents

2.An interview

1.A review of the submitted documents

2.Major Subjects
(essay test)

3.An interview

1.A review of the submitted documents

2.An interview

An interview and an oral examination
*The applicants must have produced remarkable works in a field related to their major or have outstanding achievements.
Doctor Course -------

1.English(except inner students)

2.Major Subjects
(essay test)

3.An interview

1.A review of the submitted documents

2.An interview

An interview and an oral examination
*The applicants must have produced remarkable works in a field related to their major or have outstanding achievements.

Schedule (Graduate School of Integrative Science and Engineering)

  Schedule Second semester Schedule B Schedule C
Application period From May 24
to May 28, 2019
From July 8
to July 12, 2019
From January 7
to January 15, 2020
Screening(examination) dates June 28, 29, 2019 September 3, 4 and 5, 2019 February 25, 26 and 27, 2020
Notification of Results July 5, 2019 September 11, 2019 March 4, 2020
Procedures Deadline August 22, 2019 October 11, 2019 March 10, 2020
Place of examination Setagaya Campus in Tokyo Setagaya Campus in Tokyo Setagaya Campus in Tokyo
Enrollment date September 21, 2019 April 2, 2020 April 2, 2020
  • Guideline (Schedule Second semester:2019/04/26 updated)
    (Schedule B and C:updated around the middle of June)
  • Application Form (Schedule Second semester:2019/04/26 updated)
    (Schedule B and C:updated around the middle of June)

Schedule (Graduate School of Environmental and Information Studies)

  Schedule Second semester Schedule B Schedule C
Application period From May 7
to May 13, 2019
From August 21
to August 27, 2019
From January 9
to January 20, 2020
Screening(examination) dates May 18, 2019 September 4, 2019 February 14, 2020
Notification of Results May 24, 2019 September 13, 2019 February 25, 2020
Procedures Deadline June 14, 2019 October 11, 2019 March 10, 2020
Place of examination Yokohama Campus in Kanagawa
Todoroki Campus in Tokyo
Yokohama Campus in Kanagawa
Todoroki Campus in Tokyo
Yokohama Campus in Kanagawa
Todoroki Campus in Tokyo
Enrollment date September 21, 2019 April 2, 2020 April 2, 2020
  • Guideline  (Schedule Second semester:2019/03/27 updated)
    (Schedule B and C:updated around the middle of June)
  • Application Form (Schedule Second semester:2019/03/27 updated)
    (Schedule B and C:updated around the middle of June)

5.Contact Address

Graduate School of Integrative Science and Engineering
Student Support Center
1-28-1 Tamazutsumi, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo
Japan
TOKYO CITY UNIVERSITY
TEL:81-3-3703-0104
FAX:81-3-5707-2101
E-mail:sckyoumu@tcu.ac.jp

Graduate School of Environmental and Information Studies
*Environmental and Information Studies

Student Support Center
3-3-1 Ushikubo-Nishi, Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama
Japan
TOKYO CITY UNIVERSITY
TEL:81-45-910-2515
FAX:81-45-910-2602
E-mail:yckyoumu@tcu.ac.jp

Graduate School of Environmental and Information Studies
*Urban Life Studies

Student Support Center
8-9-18 Todoroki, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo
Japan
TOKYO CITY UNIVERSITY
TEL:81-3-5760-0104
FAX:81-3-3702-5576
E-mail:tckyoumu@tcu.ac.jp

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