Guide to Graduate Studies

Guide to Graduate Studies

About our graduate school

   The instructors of the Department of Applied Chemistry (Function) are in charge of teaching the materials science and engineering courses (four courses) which the prospective students will enrol in together with the instructors of the departments of Applied Chemistry (Molecular), Chemical Engineering and Material Engineering. Each instructor
(research laboratory) is assigned as shown in the table below. In order to advance to the graduate school for applied chemistry (Function), in other words, if you wish to join the research laboratories of applied chemistry (Function), you must sit the exams for the Functional Materials Chemistry subjects

Kyushu University Graduate School of Materials Science and Engineering Courses (Functional Materials Science) Master’s Course Entrance Exam Subjects

   All educational programs including the admission examination will be held in Japanese. At the same time, the graduate school of engineering, Kyushu University is providing English-based curriculum, i.e., International Master's Programs. Those who are interested in the program, refer to the following webpage. 

Admission information for Graduates, "Enrolling in Master's Program (language of Instruction: English)", Faculty of Engineering, Kyushu University

   The subjects of the entrance exam involves Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, and English. All applicants are necessary to pass the written exam. The English exam will be scored by both the paper test and the English proficiency test. From 2017 we will accept either of TOEFL or TOEIC score for preliminary qualification. Submit a copy of the scores certification along with the application form and bring the original scores certification on the day of the examinations. Importantly, the scores certification expires two years from the date of issuance.

   Detailed application guidelines including the application form is available at the following webpage.