STUDY

  • Eligibility


    The University of Tsukuba further developed its unique features and reformed its undergraduate school system into schools and colleges. In a flexible education system, our aim is to expand education according to the hopes of our students, and to produce high standard and diverse specialists, able to meet the expectations of the present day society.

    The applicant must satisfy all the following conditions from 1 to 3.


    • 2. Applicants must correspond to any one of the following terms from (a) to (e). Also, applicants must have taken TOEFL applicants for College of Biological Science, or College of Agro-biological Resources Science may take either TOEFL or TOEIC)

    (a) Applicants must have completed or should be expected to complete 12 years of regular school education by the end of academic year (March), in a country other than Japan. Or applicants satisfying standards specified by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

    (b) Applicants who are awarded an International Baccalaureate degree by the International Baccalaureate secretariat, a foundation based on the Swiss Civil Code and who must be at least 18 years old at the time of entry to the university.

    (c) Applicants who have qualified for "Abitur" in one of the states of the Federal Republic of Germany as a university entrance qualification and who are 18 years of age as of the end of academic year (March).

    (d) Applicants possessing a Baccalaureate qualification recognized as the qualification to enter university in the Republic of France and who are 18 years of age as of as of the end of academic year (March).

    (e) Applicants possessing a GCE A-Level qualification recognized as a university entrance qualification in the United Kingdom and who are 18 years of age as of as of the end of academic year (March).

    (f) Applicants who have completed or are expected to complete 12 years of school education as of the end of academic year (March) from an educational institute having authorization of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), or the Council of International Schools (CIS).


    * H/S indicates "Humanities/Sciences".

    Schools/Colleges EJU (The applicant must taken all the designated subjects or else he/she will lose the eligibility for application) Examination Language
    Mode (University
    of Tsukuba)
    *
    H
    /
    S
    Japa-
    nese
    Japan and the World Mathe-
    matics
    Science Eligibility
    School of Humanities and Culture College of Humanities H o o 1 or 2 - EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    College of Comparative Culture H o o 1 or 2 - EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    College of Japanese Language and Culture H o o 1 or 2 - EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    School of Social and International Studies College of Social Sciences H o o 1 or 2 - EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    College of International Studies H o o 1 or 2 - The score for each test taken must be above the average. Japanese ? English
    S o - 2 Physics ? Chemistry The score for each test taken must be above the average. Japanese ? English
    School of Human Sciences College of Education H o o 1 or 2 - EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    College of Psychology H o o 1 or 2 - EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    College of Disability Sciences H o o 1 or 2 - EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    School of Life and Environmental Sciences College of Biological Sciences S o - 2 Biology (must) EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    College of Agro-Biological Resource Sciences H o o 1 or 2 - The score for each subject must be above the average Japanese
    S o - 1 or 2 Free-selection The score for each subject must be above the average Japanese
    College of Geoscience S o - 2 Free-selection EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    School of Sciences and Engineering College of Mathematics S o - 2 Free-selection EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    College of Physics S o - 2 Physics (must) EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    College of Chemistry S o - 2 Physics ? Chemistry EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    College of Engineering Sciences S o - 2 Physics (must) EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    College of Engineering Systems S o - 2 Physics (must) EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    College of Policy and Planning Sciences H o - 2 - EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    S o - 2 - EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    School of Informatics College of Information Sciences S o - 2 Physics (must) EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    College of Media Arts, Science and Technology S o - 2 Free-selection EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    College of Knowledge and Library Sciences H o o 1 or 2 - EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    S o - 1 or 2 Free-selection EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    School of Medicine and Medical Sciences School of Medicine S o - 2 Free-selection The score for each subject must be above the average Japanese
    School of Nursing S o - 2 Free-selection The score for each subject must be above the average Japanese
    School of Medical Sciences S o - 2 Free-selection The score for each subject must be above the average Japanese
    School of Health and Physical Education H o o 1 or 2 - EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    S o - 1 or 2 Free-selection EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    School of Art and Design H o o 1 or 2 - EJU total score must be above the average Japanese
    S o - 1 or 2 Free-selection EJU total score must be above the average Japanese

    (Remark)

    (a) Applicants for the following schools / colleges may select either Humanities or Science.
    (1) School of Social and International Studies - College of International Studies, (2) School of Life and Environmental Science - College of Agro-Biological Resource Sciences, (3) School of Science and Engineering - College of Policy and Planning Science, (4) School of Informatics - College of Knowledge and Library Sciences, (5) School of Health and Physical Education and (6) School of Art and Design.

    (b) In the Mathematics section "1" and "2" corresponds to "course-1" and "course-2" respectively.

    (c) In the Science section, the applicants corresponding to "Physics / Chemistry" must take both physics and chemistry examinations. Applicants corresponding to "Biology (must)" or "Physics (must)"should take an exam of that respective subject, and should also select any one subject out of the remaining two. Applicants corresponding to "Free-selection" may select any two subjects out of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

    (d) In the Examination Language Mode (University of Tsukuba) section, applicants corresponding to "Japanese ? English" may answer the exam either in Japanese or in English.


    (Note) In section 2 (a), applicants satisfying standards specified by Minister of Education, Culture, Sport, Science and Technology (MEXT) are listed below.

    (A) Applicants who have passed the qualification test in order to relate his/her scholastic ability with a person who has completed 12 years of school education in a foreign country. The qualification test must be officially approved by the corresponding country. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age as of the end of academic year (March).

    (B) Applicants who have completed 12 years of schooling from any MEXT specified foreign education institution in Japan having education system corresponding to the Japanese education system. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age as of the end of academic year (March).

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