Degree Programs in Humanities and Social Sciences
7. Testing Location, Announcement of Acceptance, and Enrollment Procedure
University of Tsukuba (1-1-1 Tennodai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki)
Refer to “10. Information and Hints for Examinees” for details.
Announcement of Acceptance
- October： November 6, 2020 (from 10 a.m. JST) – November 12, 2020 (by 10 a.m. JST)
- February： February 17, 2021 (from 10 a.m. JST) – February 24, 2021 (by 10 a.m. JST)
The examinee’s numbers of successful applicants will be posted on this website.
An acceptance letter will be sent to successful applicants on the same day by registered mail.
- Enrollment Procedure Guidelines (including forms to be submitted before entrance) will be sent out to successful applicants. Follow the directions in the Guidelines.
- February 17, 2021
Note: Successful applicants should notify us in advance if they are moving to a new permanent address before the date above or if they will be away for an extended period around the time the Guidelines are expected to be delivered.
- Your forms and documents should be submitted using the designated envelope (which will be sent to you along with the Enrollment Procedure Guidelines) by early March 2021. The deadline will be specified in the Enrollment Procedure Guidelines.
- Estimated expenses at the time of entrance
- (a)Entrance fees are 282,000 Japanese Yen (non-refundable).
- (b)Tuition: Tuition for the first semester of the 2019 academic year (April-September) is 267,900 Japanese Yen. Tuition for the second semester (October-March) is 267,900 Japanese Yen. (Yearly Amount: 535,800 Japanese Yen)
- (1)If fees are revised before entrance or while the student is enrolled, the revised fees will be applied starting form the time of revision.
- (2)The Government-Sponsored (Japanese Government Monbukagakusho scholarship) foreign students, are exempted from paying the entrance fees.
- All applicants with a full-time job need a document or a letter (e.g., an order for a training course, a letter for a leave of absence, or an approval letter) from the employer to prove that they are available to complete the program.
- International applicants must acquire a Status of Residence suitable for entrance to a graduate school, in accordance with the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act (Cabinet Order No. 319 of 1951), before beginning the enrollment procedures. Those who wish to enter this Graduate School as an international student must acquire Status of Residence as a “Student.”