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Special Screening for Working People

The following graduate schools conduct special screening for working people and also accept general admission applications from working people.

 

Graduate schools conducting special screening for working people

  • Graduate School of Letters (1st & 2nd years of Doctor's course)
  • Graduate School of Human Sciences (1st & 2nd years of Doctor's course)
  • Graduate School of Law and Politics (2nd years of Doctor's course)
  • Graduate School of Economics (1st years of Doctor's course)
  • Graduate School of Medicine, Health Sciences (1st & 2nd years of Doctor's course)
  • Graduate School of Dentistry (Doctor's course)
  • Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1st & 2nd years of Doctor's course)
  • Graduate School of Engineering Science (1st & 2nd years of Doctor's course)
  • Graduate School of Law (Law School)

Graduate schools accepting general admission applications from working people

  • Graduate School of Law and Politics (1st semester of Doctor's course)
  • Studies in Japanese Language and Culture, Graduate School of Language and Culture -- first 2 years of doctor's course
  • Osaka School of International Public Policy (1st & 2nd years of Doctor's course)
  • Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences (integrated 5-year Doctor's course)

 

* Because examination dates differ among the various graduate schools, be sure to confirm the specific date in the materials received from the school of your choice.

Please direct questions about the special screening and requests for application materials to the graduate school office of your choice.

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