Graduate School Entrance Examinations
The following is an explanation of the Department of Law and Politics (training of researchers) entrance examination.
Goals of the Graduate School of Law and Politics and Characteristics of the Department of Law and Politics
The goals of the master’s courses of the Graduate School of Law and Politics are to provide students with extensive knowledge of the social sciences and to promote the development of the skills necessary for those occupations, which require specialized research capabilities in respective fields.
The goals of the doctoral courses of the Graduate School of Law and Politics are to equip students with the ability to conduct research activities as an independent researcher in their respective field of social science, or to promote the development of the research capabilities students may need to engage in other specialized activities on the basis of bountiful knowledge that will serve as a foundation for these activities.
The Department of Law and Politics of the Graduate School of Law and Politics is divided into the Division of Law and the Division of Political Science. Each of the Divisions is equivalent to the Department of Law and the Department of Political Science at other universities. The aim of each Division is to train researchers and university professors in the respective fields.
Therefore, for regular classes, we strictly adopt a small group system consisting of an average of two to four participants for each instructor. In addition, comprehensive seminars, in the format of study groups, are held once a month for each Field, and graduate students present their research to the teaching staff.
Entrance Examination Schedule
Inquiries regarding Graduate School Entrance Examinations
Contact the following for details of the entrance examinations for the Department of Law and Politics of the Graduate School of Law and Politics.
1-1 Minami-Osawa, Hachioji-shi, Tokyo, Japan 192-0397