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Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
Graduate School of Marine Science and Technology
Graduate School code:49
Web site: http://www.g.kaiyodai.ac.jp/english/index.html
1. Graduate School code
49
2. Maximum number of
participants
3 Participants per year
■Environmental Science
■Natual Disaster/ Disaster Prevention Science
3. Fields of Study
■Economics
□Sociology
Sub Fields
□Tourism
□Education
■ Agriculture (incl. Fisheries)
□Others(
□Meteorology
■Marine Science
■ Geology
□Politics
■Engineering
■ ICT
□Medical Science
)
Please see web site: http://www.g.kaiyodai.ac.jp/english/index.html
Program
4. Program and Degree
Degree
Course of Marine Life Sciences
Course of Food Science and Technology
Course of Marine Environmental Studies (The name will
be changed to "Course of Marine Resources and
Environment" from April, 2017)
Course of Marine System Engineering
Course of Maritime Technology and Logistics
Master’s Degree in Marine Science,
Master’s Degree in Engineering
5. Standard time table
Starting as a Research Student up to 6 months, then 2 years as a Master’s Student
(Years
needed
for
after passing the exam.(Depend on the capacity of the applicants)
graduation)
(1) Lecture: All lectures in English. Japanese may be partially used for Japanese
students.
6. Language of Program
(2) Text: English but Japanese text will be used partially while English
instructions are given orally.
(3) Laboratory work: Safety instructions are given in English. Conducting of the
research is generally instructed by the supervisor in English.
(4) Seminar: Seminars including Japanese students are generally in Japanese, but
there are many occasions where foreign students can interact in seminars in
English.
TOEFL IBT:80, PBT:550, IELTS:6.0 or equivalent score
Linguistic
Ability
7. Desirable English level
required.
and Necessary Academic
EJU, IELTS, GRE or At least 16 years of academic background or equivalent.
background
Other professional careers may be considered.
else
8. Prior Inquiry From
Applicants
(Before
Not mandatory
Submission of Application
Documents)
(1) Graduate School of Marine Science and Technology
http://www.g.kaiyodai.ac.jp/english/index.html
9. Website
(2) Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
https://www.kaiyodai.ac.jp/english-c/index.html
Research Subject, Contact (e-mail), Special message
Name
for the Future students
YOSHIZAKI Goro
TAKEUCHI Yutaka
Developmental Biotechnology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]ai.ac.jp
YAZAWA Ryosuke
SANO Motohiko
SAKAMOTO Takashi
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Professors
and
SATOH Shuichi
Associated Professors
HAGA Yutaka
SAKAMOTO Takashi
FUJITA Daisuke
STRUSSMANN Carlos A
YOKOTA Masashi
[email protected]
Fish Pathology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Aquatic Molecular Genetics
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Aquatic Animal Nutrition
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
Aquatic Bioculture
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Applied Phycology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Applied Conservation Biology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Population Biology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
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ISHII Haruto
AKIYAMA Seiji
INADA Hiroshi
TOKAI Tadashi
SHIODE Daisuke
Environmental Biology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Fishing Methodology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Fishing Technology Design
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Fishing System Analysis
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
Genome Sciences of Fish and Shellfish
Fish and Shellfish Immunology, Infectious Diseases in
Aquaculture
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
HIRONO Ikuo
KONDO Hidehiro
[email protected]
【Special message for the Future students】
I have many of international students from Thailand,
Philippines, India, Columbia, South Korea, China. Most of
all lab seminar and discussion are in English. You do not
worry about Japanese skill in my lab.
Toxicological Pathology
KATAGIRI Takayuki
【Contact(e-mail)】
[email protected]
Fish Pathophysiology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
【Special message for the Future students】
MAITA Masashi
I would like to accept students who are interested in the
topics on 1) Influence of chemicals and/or environmental
factors to fish health, 2) Fishhealth management by
natural herbs and 3) Safety management of aquaculture
fish.
IMADA Chiaki
KOBAYASHI Takeshi
Applied Microbiology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Microbiological Engineering
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
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MATSUKAWA Shingo
OHSHIMA Toshiaki
KOYAMA Tomoyuki
KIMURA Bon
KUDA Takashi
Physical Chemistry in Polymer Solution
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Advanced Seafood Chemistry
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Physiology and Toxicology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Food Microbiology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
TAKAHASHI Hajime
GOTOH Naohiro
BEPPU Fumiaki
KUROSE Koichi
SHIMAKURA Kuniyoshi
NAGASHIMA Yuji
ISHIZAKI Shoichiro
SAKAI Noboru
FUKUOKA Mika
HAGIWARA Tomoaki
SHIBATA Mario
SUZUKI Toru
WATANABE Manabu
OKAZAKI Emiko
OSAKO Kazufumi
SHIRAI Takaaki
[email protected]
Food Functional Chemistry
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
Food Hygienic Chemistry
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
Biomolecular Chemistry
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Aquatic Material Biochemistry
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Thermal Processing of Food
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
Food Process Engineering
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
Food Refrigeration
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
Food Processing Technology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
Salad Science
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
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KOHNO Hiroshi
MOTEKI Masato
SUZUKI Hidekazu
TSUCHIYA Kotaro
TANAKA Yuji
KATANO Toshiya
SUNOBE Tomoki
Advanced Fish Phylogeny
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Advanced Fish Biology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Systematics of Algae
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Invertebrate Systematics
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Functional Planktology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
Fish Behavioural Ecology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Marine Environmental Conservation
KANDA Jota
Biogeochemical Processes
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
HASHIHAMA Fuminori
TAKAHASHI Miho
NAGAI Hiroshi
KAMIO Michiya
ENOKI Makiko
URANO Naoto
ISHIDA Masami
Biogeochemical Processes
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Aquatic Inorganic Chemistry
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Marine Bioorganic Chemistry
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Structural Analysis of Organic Compounds
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Environmental Functional Polymer Materials
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Environmental Microbiological Chemistry
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Marine Biological Chemistry
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
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ENDO Hideaki
KAWAI Michiyo
KITADE Yujiro
YAMAZAKI Hidekatsu
NAGAI Takeyoshi
NEMOTO Masao
SHIMADA Koji
MIZOBATA Kohei
ARAKAWA Hisayuki
KAMIMURA Yutaka
NAKASHIMA Kimie
TSUBOI Kenji
OHNAWA Masashi
TAKAMASA Tomoji
Utilization of Biological Function
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Biogeochemistry of Marine Systems
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Dynamical Oceanography
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Ocean Ecosystem Dynamics
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Dynamics of Ocean Fronts
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Date Analysis for Environmental Science
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Global Climate Change
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Coastal Oceanography
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Advanced Environmental Measurement
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Environmental Mathematics
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
Mathematical Analysis for Ocean Science
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
Energy Management
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Measurements in Atmospheric and Environmental
MURAYAMA Toshiyuki
Science
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
SEKIGUCHI Miho
Atmospheric and Environmental Physics
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
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IWASAKA Naoto
KOBASHI Fumiaki
SUYAMA Koichi
IWABUCHI Akifumi
TAMURA Yuji
CHIASHI Koichi
KAWASHITA Shinjiro
HIDAI Haruko
HAGIWARA Yuki
KAKIHARA Yasushi
OSHIMA Yayoi
OHNO Misa
KOGURE Shuzo
BABA Osamu
Lecture on Environmental Predictions
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Lecture on Environmental Analysis
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Fault-tolerant Control
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Marine Anthropology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Marine Health Sciences
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Marine Sport Sciences
【Contact(e-mail)】chi[email protected]
Environmental Education
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Science and Literature
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Applied Ethics
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Science Technology and Society
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Japanese for Academic Purposes
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Marine Ecoliterature
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Multi-Cultural Studies
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Institution of Marine Resource Utilization
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
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LOU Xiaobo
Marine Economic Policy
Nakahara Naotomo
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
KUDO Takafumi
INAMOTO Mamoru
SASAKI Tsuyoshi
NAKADA Tatsuya
SUZUKI Naoki
TANAKA Eiji
KITAKADO Toshihide
KAWABE Midori
Methodology for Wise Use of Coastal Area
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Maritime International Relations
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Ocean Literacy
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Marine Environmental Policy
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Marine Ecosystem Management
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Fisheries Stock Management
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Fisheries Stock Assessment
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Coastal Zone Conservation
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Geophysical Research for the Sea Bed Energy and Mineral
TSURUGA Kayoko
Resources
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
OKAYASU Akio
KAMETANI Shigeki
SAKAI Hisaharu
TODA Masayoshi
Nearshore Environmental Engineering
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Advanced Environmental Energy Engineering
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Marine and Fishery Mechanics
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
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AMAKASU Kazuo
MIYAMOTO Yoshinori
UCHIDA Keiichi
TAKEDA Seiichi
UENO Kimihiko
OSAKABE Masahiro
HORIKI Sachiyo
TSUKAMOTO Tatsuo
KIFUNE Hiroyasu
HAZUKU Tatsuya
JIBIKI Tatsuhiro
MOTODA Shinichi
INOUE Norihiro
JIGE Daisuke
IWAMOTO Katsumi
TANAKA Kentaro
Marine Acoustics
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Applied Information Engineering
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
Maritime Safety Science
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Industrial and Applied Mathematics for Environment
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Steam Power Engineering
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
Internal Combustion Engine System Engineering
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Electric Power Conversion
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Power and Energy Technology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Advanced tribology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Engineering Materials
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Energy Conversion Engineering
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
[email protected]
Mechanical Design
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Micro Mechanics
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
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IZUMI Mitsuru
YOSHIOKA Satoshi
SHIMIZU Etsuro
ZHANG Feifei
Advanced Materials Sciences
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Computational Physics
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Robot System Engineering
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Control System Engineering
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Basic electronics engineering
TAHARA Junichiro
OHNUKI Hitoshi
BABA Ryo
INAISHI Masaaki
KONDO Hayato
FURUYA Tadasuke
FUJISAKA Takahiko
FUJI Masaaki
TAMARU Hitoi
HENMI Shin
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Functional Devices Technology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Instrumentational Material Science
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Knowledge Information System Design
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Underwater Technology
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
image information processing
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Radio Wave Systems for Information Gathering
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Natural Language and Linguistic Computation
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Advanced Route Planning
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Laws of Marine Transport System
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
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Health Care and Marine
FUKUDA Naoko
UCHIDA Yoko
KAYANO Jun
SHOJI Ruri
ISEKI Toshio
MASUDA Mitsuhiro
UCHINO Akiko
KUBO Nobuaki
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Language Information Processing
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Advanced Navigation Information
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Navigation Support System
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Stochastic Analysis of Ship Motions
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Propulsive Dynamics of Floating Body
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Design on Ship-handling System
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Mobile Communication System
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Naval Architecture
MINAMI Kiyokazu
International Safety Management at Sea
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
OKAZAKI Tadatsugi
TAKEMOTO Takahiro
Ship Maneuvering System
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Safety Management of Pilotage
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Security Management of Intermodal Transportation
Safety Technology on Transportation including Ships,
Cargo handling equipment, Roads and Rails
WATANABE Yutaka
Port Logistics
Maritime Transport
Security and Safety Managements on Logistics and
Transportation
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
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【Special message for the Future students】
Female students have priority to be accepted because of
the vision of TUMSAT and the world standard.
HASHIMOTO Hideki
HYODO Tetsuro
(not determined yet)
KUROKAWA Hisayuki
Logistics Engineering
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Advanced Transportation Planning
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Logistics Information System Engineering
Logistics Design
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Mathematical Sciences
KONNO Hitoshi
TAKENAWA Tomoyuki
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Applied Analysis
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Mathematical Informatics
SEKIGUCHI Yoshiyuki
MOTEGI Kohei
SHIMONO Koichi
WATANABE Daisuke
TERADA Kazushige
OKUMURA Yasunori
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Discrete Mathematics
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Visual Information Processing
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Spatial Information Engineering
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Transport Policy
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Industrial Organization
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Transport Economics and Management focusing on air
ENDO Nobuaki
transport
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
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NAKAGAWA Yuji
11.Features of University
Lecture on the Industrial Structure
【Contact(e-mail)】[email protected]
Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology is the only maritime
university in Japan which serves as a core educational and research base for
“learning about the sea in order to preserve its integrity and put it to responsible
use”.
Academic Exchange Agreements
Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology has research or educational
exchange agreements with 102 universities and institutes (Asia: 57, Middle East:
6. Oceania: 4, Africa: 2, Europe: 16, North America: 10, South America: 7) as of
April 2016.
Number of International Students
The number of foreign students currently studying at Tokyo University of Marine
Science and Technology is 232 (Master’s course: 110, Doctoral course: 65, others:
57) among total 2,818 students in the whole university as of May 2016. The ratio
of foreign students in the Graduate School is more than 25% (more than 20% in
the Master’s course).
The Graduate School of Marine Science and Technology is established as a new
multidisciplinary education and research institution to strengthen and merge the
special departments in Marine Science and Marine Technology. The courses for a
12.Features of Graduate master’s degree comprising Marine Life Science, Food Science and Technology,
School
Marine Environmental Studies, Marine Policy and Management, Marine System
Engineering, Maritime Technology and Logistics, and Safety Management in Food
Supply Chain, aim to educate and train students to become specialists and
international contributors.
Features and Curriculum of Program
This program dedicated to education and research in the marine and fisheries field
in which all classes are taught in English. Based on the keywords marine science
and technology, the program provides comprehensive, interdisciplinary, and
cutting-edge education, research, and instruction, and enables students to flexibly
deal with historical and social changes from global perspectives. In particular,
through practical research, the program aims to develop highly skilled researchers
and professionals, who are able to work in an international capacity. It is a
program that seeks to assist individuals in developing the competencies needed to
work internationally at universities, research institutes, and government bodies
13.Features and
that such as ministries concerned with fisheries and oceanography.
Curriculum of Program Each program student will belong to one of below courses for Master’s degree
according to his/her study field.
・Course of Marine Life Sciences
・Course of Food Science and Technology
・Course of Marine Environmental Studies(The name will be changed to "Course of
Marine Resources and Environment" form April, 2017)
・Course of Marine Policy and Management
・Course of Marine System Engineering
・Course of Maritime Technology and Logistics
Detailed descriptions on the above courses can be found in our web site.
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Here is the academic schedule of 2016. The schedule for 2017 is subject to change.
First semester: April 1st to September 30th
Entrance Ceremony and Orientation for New Students
April 7, 2016
1st Semester Begins
April 8, 2016
University Festival (Etchujima Campus)
June 4 – 5, 2016
Meeting of International Students
May 27, 2016
(Shinagawa Campus)
Entrance Examination of Master's Courses (oral examination)
July 8, 2016
Summer Vacation
July 30 – August 21, 2016
Entrance Examination of Doctoral Courses
August 22, 2016
Entrance
Examination
of
Master's
Courses
(written
August 22 - 23, 2016
examination)
Classes End
September 2, 2016
Supplementary Lectures Period
September 5 - 16, 2016
Graduation Ceremony
September 28, 2016
14.Academic Schedule
Second semester: October 1st to March 31st
2nd Semester Begins
October 3, 2016
Entrance Ceremony and Orientation for New Students
October 5, 2016
University Festival (Shinagawa Campus)
November 4 – 6, 2016
Meeting of International Students (Etchujima Campus)
November or December ,
2016
Winter Vacation
December 26, 2016–
January 3 2017
Entrance Examination of Doctoral Courses
February 6, 2017
Entrance Examinations of Master's Course
February 6 - 7, 2017
Classes End
February 8, 2017
Supplementary Lectures Period
February 9 - 23, 2017
Graduation Ceremony
March 24, 2017
Spring Vacation
March 27 - , 2017
15. Supporting service to International Students
[Counseling]
University Health Service Centers
International Students Health service centers are located on both the Shinagawa and Etchujima
Support
Center
for campuses.
Consulting or counseling
about daily life, campus [Daily life, Campus life and cross-cultural adjustment]
life,
cross-cultural International Students Section (Shinagawa campus)
adjustment etc.
Student Support Section (Etchujima campus)
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Shinagawa International House
The International House located on Shinagawa Campus provides accommodation
for International Students enrolled at TUMSAT. The 7-story building offers 48
single rooms, 6 rooms for married couples, and 6 rooms for families. All of them
are equipped with kitchen, toilet and bathroom facilities. In principle, residents
are allowed to stay for a maximum of 2 years (However, 3 years for DC students,
1 year for the students who receive scholarship from Japanese government or
foreign government).
Provision
Dormitory
of
Hoyo-ryo
The Hoyo-ryo located in Shinagawa Campus provides accommodation for
Japanese and International Students enrolled at TUMSAT. It is two 5-story
buildings containing 224 rooms (131 for men and 93 for women), and offers 18
single rooms for International Students. There are multi-purpose hall, laundry
Student room, shower room, storeroom, mailboxes, etc. in the dormitory.
Kaio-ryo
The Kaio-ryo located in Etchujima Campus provides accommodation for Japanese
and International Students enrolled at TUMSAT. It is four 4-story buildings
containing 167 rooms (each partitioned into two sections and shared by two
students; 129 for men and 38 for women), and offers 10 single rooms for
International Students. There are laundry rooms/wash rooms, laboratories,
shower room, communal bathroom (for male students only), lounge (with
mini-kitchen), multi-purpose hall, conference rooms, mailboxes, etc. in the
dormitory.
Totaling foreign students capacity 88 person
Shinagawa International House 60 person
Hoyo-ryo 18 person
Kaio-ryo 10 person
Japanese
Language The following courses on the Japanese language and other subjects related to
Education Program for Japan are conducted for foreign students enrolled in our university, in addition to
International Students
extracurricular classes
Study trips
Study trips for international students enrolled at TUMSAT are organized as part
of their academic activities. Their main purpose is to allow international students
to discover Japan’s culture, history and technologies through visits to facilities and
historical sites, to observe Japan’s natural environment, landscapes and
industries, and to develop better relations with their tutors, teachers and
university staff.
Cultural Activities
Meeting of international students
A meeting of international students is hosted every year by the university
president. Its purpose is to provide a rich academic environment by promoting
deeper ties between international students, Japanese students, teachers and
members of the university staff. The first meeting is usually organized in May or
June at the Shinagawa Campus cafeteria. The second meeting is organized in
December at the Marine Cafe on Etchujima Campus.
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Other extracurricular activities
In addition to the ESS (English Speaking Society) and the International Exchange
and Natural Research Student Association, Tokyo University of Marine Science
and Technology boasts 74 independent circles and associations ranging from
cultural activities to sports. International students are encouraged to participate
actively in the activities that match their interests to make new friends and enrich
their student life.
Any special attention to
N/A
Religious Practice
facilities (Library etc)
University Library
For further information, please visit:
https://www.kaiyodai.ac.jp/english-c/en-facilities/index.html
All of international students can use tutor system if their supervisors arrange for
Please
state
other
it. The purpose of tutor system is to help newly-enrolled international students to
particular
supporting
familiarize themselves quickly with the university’s environment. The tutor helps
service
you
are
international students with their academic and research activities, in principle
endeavoring, if any.
during the first year following admission.
16. Message to Prospective International Students
Message from University
Please refer to the website for details.
Voice of
Students
N/A
International
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