STUDY

  • Undergraduate Students


    Classes for degree courses taught in Japanese, which you can take together with Japanese students, begin in April.
    Degree programs taught in English start in October. The programs taught in English are attended by international students from a variety of countries. The number of international coeducational classes open to all students is also being increased, allowing you to take programs taught in English alongside Japanese students and providing many chances for you to study the Japanese.

    Schools and Colleges

    Schools

    Colleges

    Main Fields

    Degree Granted

    School of Humanities and Culture College of Humanities Philosophy, History
    Archaeology and Folklore, Linguistics
    B. of Arts
    College of Comparative Culture College of Comparative Culture B. of Arts
    College of Japanese Language and Culture Japanese Language and Culture B. of Arts
    School of Social and International Studies College of Social Sciences Social
    Law
    Political Science
    Economics
    International Social Sciences
    B. of Arts in Sociology
    B. of Laws
    B. of Arts in Political Science
    B. of Arts in Economics
    B. of Interenational Social Sciences
    College of International Studies International Relations
    International Development
    International Social Sciences
    B. of International Relations
    B. of International Development
    B. of International Social Sciences
    School of Human Sciences College of Education Education B. of Arts in Education
    College of Psychology Psychology B. of Arts in Psychology
    College of Disability Sciences Disability Sciences B. of Arts in Disability Sciences
    B. of Arts in Special Education
    B. of Science in Social Work
    School of Life and Environmental Sciences College of Biological Sciences Biology
    Interdisciplinary Program in Life and Environmental Sciences
    B. of Sciences
    College of Agro-Biological Resource Sciences Agro-Biological Resource Sciences
    Interdisciplinary Program in Life and Environmental Sciences
    B. of Bioresource Sciences
    B. of Agricultural Sciences
    College of Geoscience Geo environmental Sciences
    Earth evolution Sciences
    Interdisciplinary Program in Life and Environmental Sciences
    B. of Science
    School of Science and Engineering College of Mathematics Mathematics B. of Science
    College of Physics Physics
    College of Chemistry Chemistry
    College of Engineering Sciences Applied Physics
    Quantum and Electronic Engineering
    Applied Condensed Matter Physics
    Materials and Molecular Engineering
    B. of Engineering
    College of Engineering Systems Intelligent Interactive Systems Major
    Intelligent System Technologies Major
    Engineering Mechanics Major
    Energy Engineering Major
    B. of Engineering
    College of Policy and Planning Sciences Social and Economic Sciences
    Management Science and Engineering
    Urban and Regional Planning
    B. of Policy and Planning Sciences
    School of Informatics College of Information Science Software and Computing Science
    Computing Systems
    Machine Intelligence and Media Technologies
    B. of Information Science
    B. of Information Engineering
    College of Media Arts, Science and Technology Media Arts, Science, and Technology B. of Science in Media Sciences and Engineering
    College of Knowledge and Library Sciences Knowledge Studies
    Knowledge Information Systems
    Information Resources Management
    B. of Arts in Library and Information Science
    School of Medicine and Medical Sciences School of Medicine M.D. Course
    Medical Scientist Course
    Doctor of Medicine
    School of Nursing Nursing Course B. of Science in Nursing Science
    School of Medical Sciences Medical Science Course
    International Medical Sciences Course
    B. of Medical Sciences
    B. of International Medical Sciences
    School of Health and Physical Education Health and Physical Education B. of Health and Physical Education
    School of Art and Design Theory of Art
    Fine Art, Communication Art and Design, Design
    B. of Art and Design

    Programs for International Students

    ► University of Tsukuba Japan-Expert Program

    The University of Tsukuba has established the Japan-Expert (bachelor degree) Program to train international students who possess a Japanese outlook to further Japan’s culture and society, and hope to find employment at relevant companies in Japan or in their own countries.
    For detailied information, please see the Japan-Expert Program Website.

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