Graduate Admissions (Master's Program)
Master's Program Application Guidelines
Application packets are available at the Student Affairs Office (located at the GSS building #6 on the ground floor) from May 9, and also at the Kyoto University Tokyo Office from May 14, 2019.
How to apply by postal mail (Tokyo Office doesn’t accept by postal mail.)
The abolishment of the entrance examination for the Master’s Program for international applicants of the Department of Mathematics, Division of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences
From 2020 onwards, the Department of Mathematics, Division of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences, is going to abolish the “entrance examination for the Master’s Program for international applicants” which has been conducted in February every year. Accordingly, international applicants who wish to apply for the Master’s Program must take the entrance examination in August.
(There will be NO entrance examination for the Master’s Program for international applicants in February 2020. Those who wish to enroll in April 2020 must take the entrance examination for the Master’s Program in August 2019.)
The division of Physics and Astronomy: Graduate School Master’s Program Entrance Exam (after 2020)
From the one performed in the summer of 2020, applicants for the entrance examination to the graduate school master’s program in the division of Physics and Astronomy should submit a score report of either the TOEFL-iBT or TOEIC Listening & Reading external English test, in place of the written exam of English. Note that we have no general entrance examination in English to enter the master’s program.
(There is an exception for government fellowship students.) See here for details in Japanese.
- For 2019 enrollment: Guidelines for Applicants to the Master's Program (PDF | in Japanese) [CLOSED]
Links to Divisions and Departments:
Applicants who graduated from universities overseas, and who intended to apply for the status of research student, master's degree student, doctoral degree student are advised to begin the AAO (Admission Assistance Office) application procedure prior to beginning the graduate admissions process. Further information, please refer to the following link: