Graduate School

Contributing To Society At The Forefront of Academia

The primary mission of the Graduate School is not only to produce scholars but also to develop highly skilled professionals. In our Master's courses and the first half of Doctoral courses, students receive extensive one-on-one guidance both in their specialized field and related fields to acquire expertise and the methodological skills to enable them to conduct state-of-the-art research. The second half of our Doctoral courses places emphasis on creating one's own study methods to become an independent researcher. To accomplish this, we have professors of established reputation who provide high-level instruction in each field. Along with this education, including research instruction, a teaching assistant system is in place, under which graduate students who have financial difficulties may receive a scholarship for undertaking faculty support tasks. At the same time, we have various types of entrance examination systems in order to accept adult students and foreign students.

Graduate School Organization Chart

Doctoral Program  
Division of Economics Economics Economics Division of Economics Faculty Members
Division of Management Management Management Division of Management Faculty Members
Division of Law Law Law Division of Law Faculty Members
Interdisciplinary Studies in Law and Policy Interdisciplinary Studies in Law and Policy
Division of Foreign Languages English   Division of Foreign Languages Faculty Members
Division of Science Mathematics Mathematics Division of Science Faculty Members
Physics Physics
Division of Engineering Biotechnology
*Not accepting any new students, due to the Divisional restructuring
Biotechnology Division of Engineering Faculty Members
Division of Frontier Informatics Frontier Informatics Frontier Informatics Division of Frontier Informatics Faculty Members
Division of Life Sciences Life Sciences Life Sciences Division of Life Sciences Faculty Members
Division of Economics
Correspondence Education
Economics   Division of Economics
Correspondence Education Faculty Members
Division of Kyoto Studies
Correspondence Education Course
  Professional Degree Program
Law School Legal Professional Degree Program