International Advanced Degrees Course
Aims of this Course
The International Advanced Degree Course allows students to earn a master's degree from the Graduate School of Media and Governance entirely in English. English is the medium of instruction and also the language in which all assignments are to be submitted.
Other than the fact that students in the course take classes in English, there is no distinction between Japanese-speaking and English-speaking students. Students who complete the course will receive the same master's degree (Master of Media and Governance) as other students in the Graduate School of Media and Governance.
The Graduate School of Media and Governance covers a wide range of research specialties. There are currently eight main research fields called Programs. Each student applying to the International Advanced Degree Course must choose one of the following four Programs before submitting their application.
- Human Security and Communications (HC)
- Environmental Design and Governance(EG)
- Cyber Informatics (CI)
- Systems Biology (BI)
Applicants who wish to apply for the International Advanced Degree Course should refer to the application guidelines.
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Home country or region of international students in the Graduate School of Media and Governance
(as of February 2020)
Australia, Bulgaria, Canada，Chile, China, China(Taiwan), Germany, Ghana, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Morocco, New Zealand, Oman, Peru, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Turkey, United States, Uzbekistan, Vietnam