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Outline of Admission for International Students

Regular Students

Undergraduate program

  • Lectures in Japanese
  • Admission as a 1st-year or 3rd-year student is possible
  • Enrollment in April

Undergraduate - Master's program

"Global Technology Architects Course (GAC)"

  • Lectures in Japanese / English (Bilingual)
  • Admission as a 1st-year or 3rd-year student is possible
  • Enrollment in April

Undergraduate twinning programs with:

  • Hanoi University of Technology (Vietnam)
  • University of Science and Technology-The University of Danang (Vietnam)
  • Mongolian University of Science and Technology (Mongolia)
  • Malaysia Japan Higher Education Program (Malaysia)
  • DISTED College (Malaysia)
  • Lectures in Japanese
  • Admission as a 3rd-year student
  • Enrollment in April

*Please contact the admissions office at your university for the program.

Graduate program (master's degree / doctoral degree)

  • Lectures in Japanese
  • Enrollment in April

International graduate program (master's degree / doctoral degree)

  • Lectures in English
  • Enrollment in October

International master's degree twinning programs with:

  • Universitas Hasanuddin (Indonesia)
  • Institut Teknologi Bandung (Indonesia)
  • Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (Vietnam)
  • Northeastern University (China)
  • Universiti Sains Malaysia (Malaysia)
  • Lectures in English
  • Enrollment in October

International master's double degree program with:  

  • University of Stuttgart (Germany)
  • University of Eastern Finland (Finland)
  • Lectures in English
  • Enrollment in October

Non-regular Students

Research students

Research students do their research under the guidance of an academic supervisor without the aim of earning credits or obtaining degrees.

Visiting students (Special research students/Special audit students)

Visiting students do their research or study while they are continuing their study in home university. There are two types of visiting students: "special research students" aim to do research and "special audit students" aim to earn credits.

Short-term Visiting International Students

Short-term Visiting International Students will be accepted to conduct training for internship or student exchange activities in TUT, for the period of one week to three months.

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