Prospective Students

International Graduate Program (B)-Early Application

for applicants seeking scholarships from their home governments

Enrollment

Fall (September)

Number of Students Admitted

Several students for each department

Degree Program Offered

Doctoral program

Application Period

Mid August to Mid October

Overview

With a diverse group of 11 academic departments participating in IGP(B), for applicants seeking scholarships from their home governments, students should be able to find a department in which to further their research, acquire broader knowledge and understanding, and conduct advanced long-term research in a field that best matches their interests and background.
Qualified international students, who may have little or no knowledge of the Japanese language, can enroll in Tokyo Tech's Master's or Doctoral Programs and pursue an advanced degree in Japan as lectures and seminars are held in English. However, students are given opportunities to attend Japanese language classes on a regular basis in order to better adapt to daily life in Japan.
This program aims to recruit qualified students who are expected to apply for a scholarship offered by a non-Japanese government or organization before their enrollment in a Doctoral Program at Tokyo Tech, and thus need to obtain written confirmation of admission to the program.
Funders of scholarships provided to past applicants include the China Scholarship Council (CSC), the Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP), and the Indonesian Directorate General of Higher Education (DGHE or DIKTI).

Applications are now closed. The next call for applications starts in August 2022

IGP(B) for applicants seeking scholarships from their home governments, commencing in September 2022

Application and Admissions Schedule

Application Period

August 11, 2021 – October 20, 2021

Deadline for Consent Mail/Letter Submission

October 17, 2021 at 23:59 (JST)

Application Deadline

October 20, 2021 at 23:59 (JST)

Notification of Result

Mid January 2022

Application Guide for IGP(B) for applicants seeking scholarships from their home governments, commencing in September 2022

List of Departments Participating in IGP(B)

The following 11 departments are participating in IGP(B).

School of Science

Faculty List
(PDF)

School of Engineering

Faculty List
(PDF)
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School of Materials and Chemical Technology

Faculty List
(PDF)
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School of Computing

Faculty List
(PDF)

School of Life Science and Technology

Faculty List
(PDF)

School of Environment and Society

Faculty List
(PDF)
(PDF)

Application Procedures

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Gather information on Tokyo Tech websites
Find degree programs and research fields of interest, and search for possible academic supervisors.
  1. Access your intended department’s website from the above list and confirm your potential academic supervisor’s major and research fields.
  2. Confirm that the researcher is on the faculty list on the IGP program page.
  3. Use Tokyo Tech's research database "STAR Search (External site) " to find faculty members’ contact and other information.

Make sure to look at the IGP application schedule.

2
Check eligibility for this program
If you need to go through the individual assessment of admission eligibility* or are unsure about your eligibility, please contact the Admissions Division.
(*Application form is required. See step 5.)
3
Contact an intended academic supervisor

Obtain a consent email/letter from your intended academic supervisor to be accepted to their lab. Submit your CV, transcripts, etc. as requested.

4
Email a copy of the consent email/letter to the Admissions Division
Send a copy of the consent email/letter to the Admissions Division. In two to three business days (except weekends and holidays), you will receive a URL and PW required to access the online application system.
5
Prepare application documents

Prepare application documents to be submitted by the applicant:

Note: Do not modify the original format of forms (Word file).

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3. Admissions ScreeningOpen/CloseOpenClose

4. Notification of ResultsOpen/CloseOpenClose

Application, Enrollment Fees, and Tuition

Application Fee

JPY   30,000

Enrollment Fee

JPY 282,000

Annual Tuition

JPY 635,400

Others

Measures to help control infection for international students

To manage the risk of infectious diseases at the Institute, international students
(including those from other domestic universities, technical colleges, and Japanese
language schools) who have passed the entrance exam, are urged to submit a health
certificate signed by a physician in the last three months before enrollment.

Application for COE

The Institute will apply on behalf of successful applicants for a Certificate of Eligibility
(COE) after the examination results are released. There may be cases, however, where
the COE application is rejected by the Immigration Services Agency of Japan. Those
without a COE will not be permitted to enter Japan, and will be dismissed or withdrawn
from the Institute if they have already completed the enrollment procedure. In addition,
enrollment and tuition fees will not be refunded under any circumstances. As such, it
is highly advisable that successful applicants who fail to obtain a COE before the
enrollment procedure takes place apply for a postponement of payment of those fees.

FAQ and Inquiries

For other inquiries, please contact the Admissions Division at ryugakusei@jim.titech.ac.jp.
When sending a question by email, please write the following in the subject box:

[Question]IGP(B)2022.09_applicant's full name