Admission Information

Last Updated: 17 March 2020

The Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability (Shishu-Kan) is a seamless 5-year doctoral program established under the program for leading graduate schools by MEXT. The schedule for application and the entrance examination (enrollment in the Academic Year 2020) is as follows.
Online registration for application: 4-18 December, 2019
Application documents must be received from 13 December to 18 December 2019
Examination: 25 January, 2020
You will need to register online first, download and print the application documents, and physically mail the original to GSAIS.
For details, check the following.

General Entrance Examination [CLOSED]

Special Admission for International Students [CLOSED]

Applicants for whom the status of residence is “Study Abroad” or who are expected to obtain the status of residence “Study Abroad” at the time of admission must apply for “Special Admission for International Students”. You cannot apply for “General Entrance Examination”.

<Past Entrance Examination Questions>
Written examination questions (excluding questions for the Winter selection) for the past two years (without the sections that are copyrighted) will be available on Shishu-Kan’s web site. Prospective applicants who wish to view the questions directly at the Student Affairs Office (during working hours only) should bring an ID with a photo (one out of the following: student ID, driver’s license, passport, resident card, etc.). However, it’s not allowed to take copies.

Enrollment in April 2018

Enrollment in April 2019

For inquiries, please email the Student Office:
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