Duration 4 Years
Medium of instruction Mainly in Japanese
Courses in English Some courses available
Admissions test(s) Yes
Admissions statistics To be announced
Recommended for those who:
- have interests in the latest advancements in science and technology
- want to be involved in energy and environmental issues
- would like to deepen their understanding of natural phenomena to promote innovation
- want to understand the mechanism of life through a scientific perspective
- aspire to work and conduct research in the field of life science or medicine
Science and Mathematics Master Training Program lets you conduct research activities in the first year
First year students have the freedom to select a program for independent study under supervisors. The program is designed to encourage the students to output their research findings in nationwide competitions such as 'Science Intercollege' and offers full support in their research activities right upon entry.
Fundamental knowledge in physics, chemistry and biology
In addition to Practical English and liberal arts seminars, first-year students are required to acquire fundamental knowledge and skills in science for basic experiments (physics, chemistry and biology). This is to ensure the students can pursue their field of interest and research in their second year.
International Retreat Program for developing a global mindset
All students will be affiliated with their laboratory project after the second semester in the third year. Those in their fourth year will be eligible to take graduate classes in advance, and to conduct research consistent with the Graduate School of Nanobioscience, as well as the Graduate School of Medical Life Science. By engaging in the International Retreat Program, students will get the opportunity to collaborate with foreign universities to communicate their views and share their research and findings with colleages.
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Insight into the School of Science
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