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Applicants who cannot come to Japan due to Covid-19

We have received several inquiries from overseas about the possibility of online admissions, but our examination policy is as stated in our admissions brochure (excerpts below).
Written examination will be conducted on campus. Depending on the spread of COVID-19 in Japan, however, there is a possibility of conducting online examinations. The announcement will be found on the website (http://www.n.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/).
Screening of the applicants who cannot come to Japan due to Covid-19 related restrictions will be performed on different dates. For such cases the applicants don’t need to apply nor pay examination fees again. The detailed dates and procedures for this will be informed when the admission card is issued.

Guidance for the entrance exam

Meeting for admissions guidance will be held in a hybrid format on the dates and times listed below.

【NEW】 June 18 (Sat.), 1300(JST) @ Online Only
May 25 (Wed.), 1700(JST) @ Room 31, Engineering Bldg. 3, Hongo Campus
June 4 (Sat.), 1500(JST) @ Room 32, Engineering Bldg. 3, Hongo Campus

To participate online, please resister your information using Google Form, HERE
We will send you materials and Zoom meeting information.

Virtual Laboratory Introduction is available Here

To Prospective International Students

The Department of Nuclear Engineering and Management offers advanced study and research opportunities to international students. Master's and Doctoral courses will lead to the corresponding degrees respectively in two years and three years. Lectures and instructions for research are given generally in English. Japanese language courses are optionally available.

There are various types of application procedures for the graduate programs in the Department of Nuclear Engineering and Management. Brief information of each procedure is available here.

Guide to Entrance Examination

Guide to Entrance Examination

Guide to Entrance Examination

2023 Guide to Entrance Examination NEW

Department guidance

Department guidance

Department guidance


Department guidance

Application Guideline for Special Graduate Program in Resilience Engineering 2023 April/2023 October Enrollment

Department guidance

Resilience2023.pdf NEW


Department of Nuclear Engineering and Management Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo 7-3-1, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8656, Japan
E-mail: nyushijimu@n.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp

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