Master’s Programs

See Academic Programs for program details.

How to Apply

1. Special Admissions for Privately-financed International Graduate Students
International students who are not receiving a scholarship from the Japanese Government or from the government of their own country are categorized as “Privately-Financed International Students.” Every graduate programs call for applicants who are financed privately twice a year.
Selection of entrance will be based on a combination of results of entrance exams and review of submitted application documents.

– Entrance exams are carried out in Japanese except for foreign language subjects.
– There are April admission and late September admission.
– See the entrance requirements for details.
– Most of the lectures and research instructions at KIT are conducted in Japanese.

Programs Application Period Entrance Examination Entrance Remarks
All Programs Late October Early December April Requirements for entrance application:
Most admissions programs require an official TOEIC score.
All Programs Mid-June Mid-August Late September

For further details on applications and procedures, contact the Admission Office: innyushi[at] ([at] → @)

2. Japanese Government Scholarship Students (Monbukagakusho Scholarship)
The Japanese Government Scholarship provides a monthly stipend, exemption of examination, admission and tuition fees, a round-trip ticket and other benefits for international students to study in Japan. Applications should be made through the appropriate Japanese embassy or consulate, or through a university in Japan.

3. International Graduate Program (IGP)
People who are enrolled in or are alumni of a KIT partner institution and are recommended by the partner institution, may apply to enter this special master’s/doctoral course. All classes are conducted in English.

See International Graduate Programs for admission and program details.