Admissions

Qualification for Admission

(FY2014)

*Japanese language proficiency is essential for undergraduate admission.

Applicants who had taken the FY 2014 National Center Test for University Admissions given in January 2014 for subjects designated by the Faculty, Department, Division, or Field of Study and hold qualifications to enter university or who are expected to obtain such qualifications by March 2014.

(Note) Specific items included in "qualifications to enter university or who are expected to obtain such qualifications by March 2014" stated above are as follows:
Applicants wishing to receive individual admission screening noted in 8. should inquire Admissions Section, Admissions Division, Department of Student Affairs (TEL: 043-290-2182) regarding procedures for qualification screening and submit their application by September 6th (Fri).

  1. Applicants who have graduated (or expect to graduate) from senior high school (including secondary education, the same applies hereafter)
  2. Applicants who have completed (or expect to complete) 12 years of education in the normally prescribed curriculum
  3. Applicants who have completed (or expect to complete) 12 years of school education overseas, or those who are recognized as possessing an equivalent capacity by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
  4. Applicants who have completed (or expect to complete) education at overseas educational institutes recognized as equivalent to senior high school education by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
  5. Applicants who have completed (or expect to complete) the senior high school curriculum at special technical schools (course term must be longer than 3 years and must fulfill criteria separately established by the Minister of Education Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) after the date stipulated by the Minister of Education Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
  6. Applicants designated by the Minister of Education Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
  7. Applicants who have passed (or expect to pass) the Certificate for Students Achieving the Proficiency Level of Upper Secondary School Graduates under high school equivalency test regulations (including individuals who passed the former University Entrance Qualification Examination)
  8. Applicants who have been recognized as having scholastic ability equivalent to senior high school graduate or higher by an individual screening of requirements for admission and who will have reached eighteen years of age by March 2014.

Dual applications

There are no restrictions on simultaneous applications to more than one faculty or department, or applications for both first and second screenings.