To be admitted to the University of Tokyo's undergraduate programs, international applicants are required to pass the entrance exam. There is a special screening test designed for graduates of foreign high schools. To pass the exam, you are required to have high academic ability and Japanese language proficiency. For the undergraduate level programs conducted in English, "PEAK Program" and "Global Science Course (Undergraduate Transfer Program), please see http://www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/prospective-students/undergraduate_english.html) There are some prerequisites such as limitation in the number of years after graduating high school. Please find details in the following URL.
Please note that most undergraduate classes are taught in Japanese, including those intended for international students. Accordingly, applicants are expected to have sufficient Japanese language proficiency before enrollment.
Please see here for admission information for undergraduate programs.
Special Class-1 Screening (for non-Japanese nationals without permanent residency)
http://www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/stu03/e01_02_04_j.html (Written only in Japanese)
http://www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/stu03/e01_04_j.html (written only in Japanese)
Screening process of PEAK (Programs in English At Komama)
Screening process of GSC (Global Science Course, Faculty of Science, Undergraduate Transter Program)
Each Graduate School of the University of Tokyo has its own unique admission process. Please refer to the "Admission Information for International Students" handbook in which you will find an introduction to the graduate schools and their contact addresses. (Undergraduate course introduction is also included.)
Please see here for admission information for graduate programs.
Your field of study may be studied at several graduate schools in the University of Tokyo. To decide which department to apply, you should first find out if there is a professor whose field of study is similar to yours. Please kindly note that the International Center Advising Room are not able to find a professor on your behalf. Access the websites of laboratories, departments and graduate schools from the University of Tokyo homepage to receive specific information. You can also search for information on universities, research institutes, researchers, research projects and research resources in Japan from the following website: