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Admission from 3rd-year Undergraduate to Graduate School

The Graduate School of Engineering accepts applications for its master's program from students currently in the third or later years of an undergraduate university course, who display outstanding academic ability by scoring a minimum number of credits, as prescribed by the applicable graduate school.

The purpose of this facility is to give academically outstanding students who wish to enter a graduate school master's program the opportunity to receive graduate-level educational and research guidance and to cultivate research skills in their field of specialization as early as possible.

In addition, students who perform exceptionally well in research are allowed to earn a master's degree in as little as 1 year, or a doctoral degree in as little as 1 year. (However, a doctoral degree cannot be earned in a total of less than 3 years of study including master's degree.)