Admissions | Application Procedures
Regular Doctoral Degree Program
* Basically Japanese applicants should use the Japanese forms. To obtain it, please mail the academic affairs section (refer to below).
* Foreign applicants outside Japan can use the English forms. Please download from below.
* Entrance examination of this degree program in Japanese is held in Sendai, Japan. Many applicants from outside Japan enter a couple of months before the exam as a Research Student first, and prepare for the exam while familiarizing to the new environment, although this is not required for admissions.
- Doctoral Programs enrollment in October, 2018
- Doctoral Programs enrollment in April, 2019 (Fall offer)
- (reference)Doctoral Programs enrollment in April, 2018 (Spring offer)
When requesting printed application forms by mail, enclose a self-address return envelope for A4-sized documents (approximately 34 cm by 24 cm) with your name, address and postal code with 250 yen postage affixed. Also, you should attach details below.We can not accept the request of printed application forms from outside Japan.
- address / phone number / e-mail address
- program name (either master's program, doctoral program, IMAC-G master's program, IMAC-G doctoral program, or IMSE program)
- enrollment season (either April or October)
Graduate Academic Affairs Section, Academic Affairs Division
Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University
6-6-04 Aramaki Aza Aoba, Aoba-ku, Sendai, Miyagi 980-8579, Japan
International Doctoral Degree Program in Engineering,Information Sciences,Environmental Studies and Biomedical Engineering
*The recruitment for this program is closed hereafter.
International Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Course
International Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Course, IMAC, is a fully English taught engineering degree program organized by the division of Mechanical Engineering, School of Engineering. It has the Undergraduate Course, IMAC-U (Bachelor Degree), and the Graduate Course, IMAC-G (Master and Doctoral Degree). IMAC-U directly connects to the international graduate course (IMAC-G).
Students will have opportunities to learn fundamental and cutting-edge knowledge in laboratories studying fluid dynamics, thermal engineering, materials engineering, micro/nanotechnologies, aerospace engineering, robotics, biomedical engineering, informationscience, quantum science and energy, and environmental studies etc.
|Mechanical Systems Engineering||PDF (As of November 1, 2017)||Website|
|Finemechanics||PDF (As of November 1, 2017)||Website|
|Robotics||PDF (As of November 1, 2017)||Website|
|Aerospace Engineering||PDF (As of November 1, 2017)||Website|
|Quantum Science and Energy Engineering||PDF (As of November 1, 2017)||Website|
|Civil and Environmental Engineering||Website|
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|Management Science and Technology||Website|