Prospective Students

Course Information for International Exchange Students

This page is intended for International Exchange Students who plan to register courses at Tokyo Tech.

Course Information for 2022 Fall Semester (3Q and 4Q)

1. Schedule

Course registration period for Fall Semester (3Q and 4Q)

Wednesday, September 28 at 9:00am – Monday, October 17 at 1:00pm JST

Course addtion period for the 3Q and 3-4Q (Weekly Courses)

Monday, October 17 at 5:00pm - Monday, Novemer 14 at 11:59pm

Register from "Course Addition"

Course addtion period for the 4Q (Weekly Courses)

Monday, October 17 at 5:00pm - Saturday, January 21 at 11:59pm

Register from "Course Addition"

Course cancellation period for the 3Q and 3-4Q (Weekly Courses)

Monday, October 17 at 5:00pm - Monday, October 24 at 11:59pm

Register from "Course Cancellation"

Course cancellation period for the 4Q (Weekly Courses)

Monday, October 17 at 5:00pm - Monday, December 26 at 11:59pm

Register from "Course Cancellation"

- The course schedule is subject to change, so please be sure to check Tokyo Tech’s online Academic Calendar for updates.
- Your student ID card will be active from start of the course registration period.

2. List of Courses and Syllabi

a) Graduate-level Students

- Courses marked with ★ (a black star) will be taught in English in principle.
- Course Numbers and Indicated Levels; 400-level, 500-level: Master's Level / 600-level: PhD Level

b) Undergraduate-level Students

- All courses on this list will be taught in English in principle.
- Taking any course that is NOT included in the List of Courses above is NOT PERMITTED under any circumstance. But this rule does not apply to the Japanese language courses.
- If your Japanese language proficiency is sufficient to be approved by the course instructor and your academic supervisor, you may take undergraduate-level courses (100 to 300-level) with their permission: Timetable of Undergraduate Courses (Courses conducted in Japanese only)
- For more details about each course (day, period, room, etc.), please refer to the List of Graduate Courses.

3. Course Registration Procedure

  1. 1. Review the List of Courses and decide which courses you plan to take.
  2. 2. Enter the Tokyo Tech Portal and complete the course registration online by yourself by the deadline. Once logged into the Tokyo Tech Portal, use the “教務Webシステム(Web system for S&F)”, which is categorized under Educational Services, to register for courses.
  3. 3. Check your final status on the Tokyo Tech Portal.

- Make sure to complete the registration process by clicking "Course Registration" > "Verify" > go on to registration > register. Unfinished registrations saved as drafts (“temporary save”) will be deleted later.
- (As for the courses using ZOOM) Course registration MUST be completed on the Web system at least two days before the course starts so that the relevant course instructor can notify registrants of Zoom links for remote lectures in advance. By saving a draft registration (clicking "temporary save") in the Web system, you will be temporarily included in the registrant list for each course. However, if you do not complete registration by the deadline, you will be excluded from the registrant list.
- For information about credits, see Explanation of Tokyo Tech Credits.

4. Japanese Language Courses

The registration process for Japanese language courses is slightly different from that of other general courses. The instructions are indicated on the website below, so be sure to read and follow them carefully.

- Some of Japanese courses will be Face-to-Face classes [F2F] and other courses will be streamed live via Zoom (=AOS (Attend from overseas) classes). Please check the above website to get other detailed information by yourself.
- You must reserve your place in the class before the first day of class, prior to credit registration. Reservations will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
- You must attend the first class. If you miss the first class, your status might be changed to "waiting" so as to give a chance to the next person on the waiting list.

Past Information