The Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability (GSAIS) is a 5-year Graduate School aiming to produce top-level global leaders who can resolve the complex and diversified social issues with a strong sense of responsibility, humanity and morality. Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability is an integrated field of scholarship that studies the means to structuralize and communalize knowledge for human survivability. Through the studies at the GSAIS, students are expected to assume responsibility as global leaders and develop a high sense of mission and perspectives as well as highly developed management skills.


  • educational environment
    At this education hub, we conduct training programmes and courses that are designed to integrate, synthesise, and coordinate diverse subjects and enhance the potential of
    students to visualise futuristic alternatives for a better tomorrow. The meticulously and thoughtfully designed five-year curriculum helps students attain supreme expertise
    and provides them with a wide array of opportunities for practical training both in
    Japan and abroad.
  • Features of the curriculum curriculum
    Our curriculum is designed to help the students derive maximum benefit from their
    time at the university. The specially framed course structure gives the students a
    cutting edge over other conventional degree programmes offered by standard colleges and universities. Such a curriculum offers many opportunities for our students to build a customised base for professional education. Students undergo intensive education in their area of expertise during the first two years of the five-year program. They also
    conduct in-depth research in their chosen subject areas. Students benefit from
    multiple sources of guidance. The highly qualified full-time faculty members mentor
    the students, while discussions with global leaders who are specialised in various
    disciplines help them gain fresh perspectives on the world around them. Through
    these processes of assimilative learning, students accomplish their mission of solving
    the complex structural issues faced by the global community.