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Outline of Entrance Examination

    All applicants for SCES should take common examinations, regardless of those with overseas education and with professions.

    Master Course
    • Written Examinations: English, Specialized Subjects (Fundamental Specialized Subject & Specialized Subjects for Individual Fields)
    • Oral examination

    Doctor Course
    1st Examination
    • Written Examinations: English, Specialized Subjects (Fundamental Specialized Subject & Specialized Subjects for Individual Fields)
    • Oral examination
    • The applicant who has graduated or is to graduate from a master course of Division of Environmental Studies (one of the five Courses of Department of Environmental Studies for graduates before March 2006) in the Graduate School of Frontier Sciences is exempted from the written examination.
    2nd Examination
    • An applicant makes a presentation on one’s master thesis or equivalent work, and is examined about the topics of the presentation and about the research plan in Doctor Course.

Examination Subjects

    Written Examinations
    • English
    • Past TOEFL score will not be accepted this year.
      All the applicants have to take TOEFL-ITP on the designated day.
    • Fundamental Specialized Subject
    • Solve common problems to demonstrate the ability of logical thinking.
    • Specialized Subjects for Individual Fields
    • Solve one of selective problems concerning keywords specified in the Entrance Examination Guide by the Division of Environmental Studies.

    Oral Examination
      An applicant is examined about basic scholastic ability, areas of interest, motivation and commitment.

Guidelines for Applicants and Entrance Examination Guides

Special Notes

  • Prof. Mino will retire in March 2020. He does not call for applications.

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