Prospective Students

Admitted Students

Congratulations on your admission to Tokyo Tech.
Tokyo Tech’s all members are waiting for your arrival and looking forward to supporting your student life here.

Notice for Admitted Students

Financial Support for Self-quarantine

As of June 30, 2021, all persons entering Japan are required to self-quarantine upon arrival for a period of 14 days at “a location designated by the quarantine station chief” (typically meaning self-arranged accommodation) and to refrain from using public transportation during this period. Unless this requirement is revoked before your arrival in Japan, you will not be allowed to stay at a Tokyo Tech dormitory during the 14-day quarantine period. Tokyo Tech plans to request a designated travel agency to arrange your accommodation for this period.

What you need to prepare before enrollment

Program staff will notify students admitted to non-degree programs of all necessary information via email or on relevant web pages.

Immigration

1. Application for student visa

International students at Tokyo Tech need to obtain and enter Japan with a Student Visa, which can be acquired by submitting a Certificate of Eligibility (COE) issued by the Immigration Services Agency of Japan to a Japanese embassy/consulate in your home country.

2. Updating of residence card

Those who are currently living in Japan with a valid visa but need to change their status or extend the period of stay on their residence card should must follow certain procedures.

Enrollment Procedures

Newly admitted students are required to complete enrollment procedures by designated deadlines.

For students in bachelor’s degree programs

All (paper-based) documents required for enrollment procedures for GSEP students are to be sent to the Department of Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering, whose staff will then contact students by email. Other bachelor’s degree program students will receive those documents by postal mail.

Enrollment
Program
When Documents for Enrollment are Sent
Enrollment Procedure Deadline
Spring (April)
GSEP
Mid Feb.
Mid to Late Mar.
Others
Early Mar.

For students in graduate programs

All (paper-based) documents required for enrollment procedures for IGP students will be sent to their academic supervisors, who will then contact students by email.

  • MMaster’s Program
  • M+DIntegrated Doctoral Education Program
  • DDoctoral Program

Enrollment

Program

When Documents for Enrollment are Sent

Enrollment Procedure Deadline

Spring (April)
MM+D
Late Jan.
End of Mar.
D
Early Mar.
Fall (September)
MM+D
Mid Sep.
Late Sep.
D

Details of enrollment procedures for IGP students

Please refer to the site below for details of enrollment procedures for IGP students.

Details of enrollment procedures for GSEP students

The Department of Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering will contact GSEP students regarding detailed procedures. For inquiries, please contact the department at contact-gsep@tse.ens.titech.ac.jp.

Housing Support

Information on dormitories and other accommodation is on the following website.
MEXT scholarship students and newly admitted students of double degree programs are automatically deemed candidates for dormitory accommodation.

Measures to Help Control Infection for International Students

For health management and the control of infectious diseases at Tokyo Tech, newly admitted degree-seeking and non-degree seeking international students are urged to submit a health certificate before enrollment. For more details, please refer to the site below.

Enrollment Fee and Tuition

Privately funded students are required to pay the enrollment fee and annual tuition.
For enrollment fee and tuition fee, please follow the instructions described in "Enrollment Procedure Guide".
* Estimated shipping date of "Enrollment Procedure Guide" is; early September for fall intake (both master/doctoral programs), late January for master's program spring intake, and early March for doctoral program spring intake.

Scholarships

There are several scholarships available before and after your enrollment at Tokyo Tech.

Information on Living in Japan

Necessary information and tips for your new life at Tokyo Tech.

Academic Calendar

Dates for the start of the third quarter and the entrance ceremony for regular students can be found on the Tokyo Tech Academic Calendar.

Study in Japan (edited by JASSO)

Useful information about student life in Japan can be found in this guidebook.

Harassment Policy

Tokyo Tech strives to ensure the institute's campuses are free from harassment of all kinds.

Student Accessibility Services

Tokyo Tech envision the institute as a place where diversity is respected, and all students, regardless of disability, are confident and motivated to engage in study on their own initiative.