Diversity in Student Acceptance

  1. The university accepts students from various fields who are enthusiastic to learn and conduct research, and researchers / engineers who are active contributors to society.
  2. The Entrance Examination is held 3 times a year
  3. There is no written test but rather a general assessment based on interviews, survey reports, etc .
  4. Curriculum development compatible with students entering from diverse fields (basic courses, introductory courses, etc., wide-ranging lectures, seminars, problem-based research)
  5. Flexible curriculum management
    (guidance by multiple faculty members , exchange of credits with other universities, assignment of research guidance counselors , semester system)
As of October 1 each year
Japanese Government Scholarship StudentsPrivately-Financed StudentsTotal
2005 27 35 62
2006 28 41 69
2007 25 35 60
2008 24 51 75
2009 26 68 94
2010 32 88 120
2011 35 96 131
2012 38 108 146
2013 56 110 166
2014 87 107 194
2015 121 86 207
2016 124 109 233
2017* 114 111 225

* As of June 1, 2017

As of June 1, 2017
Master's ProgramDoctoral ProgramResearch StudentsSpecial Research StudentsTotal
Total 66(24) 131(38) 8(2) 20(1) 225(65)
China 21(5) 23(3) 4(1) 48(9)
Malaysia 10(4) 21(13) 3(1) 34(18)
Indonesia 8(6) 18(7) 26(13)
Thailand 11(3) 10(4) 1 22(7)
Vietnam 4(1) 15(5) 19(6)
Philippines 6(3) 11(1) 1 1(1) 19(5)
Bangladesh 1(1) 3 4(1)
India 3(1) 1 4(1)
Korea 2(1) 1(1) 3(2)
Taiwan 1 3 4
Mongol 1(1) 1(1)
Cote d'Ivoire 2 2
Tanzania 2(1) 2(1)
Egypt 1 1
Mauritius 1 1
Nigeria 1 1
Turkey 1 1
Paraguay 2 2
Ecuador 1

1

Venezuela 1

1

Mexico 1

1

U.S.A. 1 1
Canada 1 1
Germany 7 4 11
Belgium 2 2
Spain 1 1
France 1(1) 8 9(1)
Portugal 1 1
Russia 1 1
Australia 1 1

* Numbers in brackets indicate the number of female students.
* International students who don't have a college student status visa are included in the research students.