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Guidance Information

Special Graduate Programs for
International Students

(International Admission)

東京大学 大学院工学系研究科 School of Engineering The University of Tokyo
FAQs

 

Scholarship Application

For scholarship application, please see; Prior TO arrival in Japan, and FOLLOWING ENROLMENT at the Graduate School of Engineering

 

Admission Expenses

To enrol in a graduate school to study for a Master's degree, Doctoral degree or other professional qualification from the University of Tokyo, you need to pay various admission expenses (details as of April 2017).

  Currency: Japanese Yen (JPY)
 Admission Expenses Master’s Program Doctoral Program
Examination fees for International Graduate Program
(by the Deadline for data entry through T-cens)
10,000 10,000
Tuition fees (per year) 535,800 520,800
Admission fees 282,000 282,000

Note: Students attending with a Japanese government scholarship sponsored by Monbukagakusho (Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, hereafter MEXT) are not required to pay the above expenses (tuition, examination, and admission fees).

The website below may provide further information.

  • How to Make a Payment of Examination Fee at E-shiharai net 
  • Admission Fee, Tuition and Exemptions
  • Living Expenses

    It is very important to have a realistic and secure financial background to study in Japan. The School of Engineering recommends all students have around ¥120,000 to ¥150,000 per month for living expenses. Please read the link below to better understand budget planning while studying at the University of Tokyo.

    The websites below may provide further information.
    Life in Tokyo (Prices in Tokyo)

    Realistic Financial Planning

    It is your responsibility to cover all your expenses for the duration of your study at the University of Tokyo. The School of Engineering encourages you to start looking for any applicable financial aid which might help you to have a stable academic life while you are at the University of Tokyo. You will, however, realize how difficult it is to synchronize the first period of scholarship awards and the enrolment period. In addition, application and/or registration for a scholarship do not guarantee that you will successfully receive any funding in the future. Simulate your expected income and spending by yourself in advance and make a realistic financial plan, which is also requested at the time of your visa application starting in July for candidates enrolling in September, and in January for candidates enrolling in April.