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Entrance Examination

-For the entrance guidelines and procedures, please follow the GSFS website.

GSFS website: http://www.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp/exam_e/index.html 

-For other important information, please visit the ILO website.

ILO website: http://www.ilo.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/

Applying to GSFS: http://www.ilo.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp/prospective_en

-Those who are willing to apply for the doctor cause, it is recommended to contact and consult with their prospective advisors before application.


Entrance examination for the master course


Specialized Subject (Category B) covers different fields from the 2017 entrance examination for the master course.

[Specialized Subject (Category B) from the 2017 entrance examination]
Questions for applicants to demonstrate their abilities in fundamental physics, chemistry, mathematics, and environmental science. Select any two of the eight questions which consist of two questions on physics, two questions on chemistry, two questions on mathematics, and two questions on environmental science.

[Reference: Specialized Subject (Category B) in the 2016 entrance examination]
Questions for applicants to demonstrate their abilities in fundamental physics, chemistry, mathematics, biology, and geoscience. Select any two of the ten questions which consist of two questions on physics, two questions on chemistry, two questions on mathematics, two questions on biology, and two questions on geoscience.

To comprehend various environmental problems, a new subject “environmental science” covers basic questions on physics, chemistry, mathematics, geoscience, and biology as fundamental subjects; and also covers cross-sectional questions on these fundamental subjects.

Two sample questions of “Environmental Science” have been uploaded.


  • Sample questions of “ Environmental Science ”




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