Faculty of Informatics

Admission Policy

The Faculty of Informatics aims to train individuals who will contribute to the advancement of a highly sophisticated information society with Information Science and Technology at its core. Today's information technology is having a tremendous effect on various constructs of society creating a need for human resources who have the knowledge and expertise to take it to a higher level. Our goal is to develop such human resources, by teaching ICT and its related mathematics to help students build logical and mathematical thinking skills. This program groups classes by skill-level to acquire basic academic skills, and provides goal-oriented professional education in 4 courses. Students who graduate from our program are qualified to work as system developers in Web and Mobile industries, Information Technologists in the digital media industry, data scientists, data analysts, or mathematics teachers.

Based on the above, the Faculty of Informatics seeks students according to the following:
<Our Faculty is seeking people who>
  • Have an interest in a highly sophisticated information society through the use of the Internet
  • Are interested in information technology such as web and mobile applications
  • Seek to stay up to date with the latest technology such as digital media and games
  • Are keen to explore meaningful and useful discoveries from data
  • Show interest in advanced technology such as artificial intelligence.
  • Recognize how information technology impacts scientific computations.
<Our Faculty is expecting senior high school students to have>
  • Learned Mathematics I or Mathematics I/A
  • Learned Mathematics desirableⅡor Mathematics B
  • Have been active or gained experience related to information technology, such as programming or webpage development
<Basic selection guidelines>
○Entrance examination for Admission Office (AO):
  • Interested in information science and technology
  • Motivated to study in a computer science degree program
  • High aptitude in information science, technology, and mathematics
○Entrance examination by a special recommendation for specific or integrated courses:
  • Interested in information science and technology
  • Motivated to study in a computer science degree program
  • High aptitude in mathematics
○Entrance examination by special recommendation is based on:
  • Interest in information science and technology
  • Motivation to study in a computer science degree program
  • Transcripts and a written recommendation from senior high school
  • High aptitude in mathematics
○Entrance examination by recommendation is based on:
  • Transcripts and a written recommendation from senior high school
  • Scores in Mathematics and either English or Science per Recommendation A
  • Scores in Mathematics or English or Science per Recommendation K
○The general entrance examination is based on (the first term SA, SAB, SB, B1, the second term, the National Center Test for University Admissions CⅠ, CⅡ, CⅢ)
  • A score of Mathematics and English or Science
○Entrance examination for returnee students:
  • Interested in information science and technology
  • Motivated to study in a computer science degree program
  • Emphasis on experience abroad
○Entrance examination for Adult Students is based on:
  • Interest in information science and technology
  • Motivated to study in a computer science degree program
  • Emphasis on experience in interacting with society
○Entrance examination for International Baccalaureate is based on:
  • Interest in information science and technology
  • Motivation to study in a computer science degree program
  • Understanding of IB mission and IB Learner Profile
○Entrance examination for International Students is based on:
  • Interest in Information Science and Technology
  • Motivation to study in a computer science degree program
  • High aptitude in Japanese and Mathematics
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