A. For details on applying to the Masters Course, please see "information related to course applications" (in Japanese), point number 4 on page 2.
A briefing session will be held online. Please fill out this form by 5th October 2023 (Thursday). https://forms.gle/
A. The professors of our department do not meet up with applicants on a one-to-one basis, regarding their individual preferences or prerequisites for potential students. Details on the field of specialization of each professor can be found on our homepage, under about the faculty.
A. Applicants who received part of, or all of their formal education in Japan will not be regarded as "applicants of a foreign nationality". However, this is with the exception of foreign nationals whose time spent in Japan was very short. To make sure that you apply under the appropriate category, please make an enquiry to the office of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences（E-mail: daigakuin.c **at** gs.mail.u-tokyo.ac.jp）, as soon as possible (and prior to your application for the course).
A. Please direct your query directly to the office of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences （E-mail: daigakuin.c **at** gs.mail.u-tokyo.ac.jp).
A. Students at our department are given the freedom of choice with regards to their academic supervisors. After having been accepted to our graduate school, students are encouraged to meet up with one or more professors, and to choose the professor whose field of specialization most closely matches his or her area of interest. Please click here for more information on the professors at the Department of Advanced Social and International Studies, and their respective fields of specialization.
A. Titles of all masters theses previously submitted to our department can be viewed at the department's homepage. In addition, you may also read the contents of the theses, by making a prior application to the Department of Advanced Social and International Studies' library, which is located at the 5th floor of building number 2 of Komaba campus.