Entrance Exam Summary
1 October 2022: About the Application Schedule B (Winter exam)
Department of Materials Engineering won’t conduct the “Application Schedule B (Winter Exam)” entrance examinations for the 2023 Master’s and Doctoral Program. [Link]
1 October 2022: Entrance Examination (alternative examination) for Master’s and Doctoral Programs
On 1st October 2022, “the Guide to Entrance Examination (Alternative Examination) for Master’s and Doctoral Programs, Department of Materials Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo” is sent to the eligible applicants via e-mail. If you are eligible applicant but have not received the Guide yet, please contact the Entrance Examination Committee, Department of Materials Engineering (exam-at-material.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp, replace -at- with @).
16 September 2022: Supervisor Assignment of the Successful Applicants for Master’s Program
The results of supervisor assignment of the successful applicants for Master’s Program [PDF] are posted.
14 September 2022: Successful Applicants of the 2023 Regular Admission
The successful applicants for Master’s Program and the successful applicants for Master’s Program who are subjected to Secondary Assignment of supervisor [PDF], The successful applicants of the Primary Examination for Doctoral Program and the successful applicants for Doctoral Program [PDF] are posted.
11 May 2022: To applicants residing abroad
Applicants residing abroad who are unable to take the examination at the examination site due to the effects of the COVID-19 may take an alternative examination. There is no need to submit another application or pay another examination fee. Details of the examination, including content, date, and procedures, will be notified by the time the examination admission card is issued.
14 December 2021: Information regarding the 2023 Master’s Course and Doctoral Course entrance examination (scheduled to be conducted in 2022 summer)
In the Department of Materials Engineering, the 2023 Master’s Course and Doctoral Course entrance examination scheduled in 2022 summer will NOT be conducted in the hybrid style (combination of the face-to-face and online examinations). Prospective students are highly recommended to carefully follow the announcement from the School of Engineering and the Department of Materials Engineering, and prepare for the examination. There is a special graduate program (IME program) for non-Japanese students.
Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
Guidelines for Applicants to the YR2023
Department of Materials Engineering
Guide to entrance examination of YR2023
Master’s and Doctoral Programs
The Department of Materials Engineering is recruiting 45 master’s students and 20 doctoral students. In response to the expansion of the field of materials engineering in recent years, we welcome the applicants who not only have been educated in materials engineering, but also have learned the basics of materials engineering such as physics and chemistry, and who are willing to learn materials engineering from the standpoint of applying it to bio / mechanical / electronic devices. Please refer to the Graduate School of Engineering website (https://www.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/soe/admission/general-number) for the number of applicants and successful applicants last year.
The entrance examination is based on the Foreign Language (English) by submitting the official score of TOEFL iBT or TOEFL iBT Home Edition, the written examination (regular education subjects and fundamentals of materials), and the oral examination. The entrance examination for the master’s program is conducted with the same subjects for all examinees.
The entrance examination is based on the Foreign Language (English) by submitting the official score of TOEFL iBT or TOEFL iBT Home Edition, the written examination (fundamentals of materials), and the oral examination. The contents of the tests are as shown in the table below. However, for those who have completed or are expected to complete the master’s program in the Department of Mining and Metallurgy, Department of Metallurgical Engineering, Department of Materials Science, and Department of Materials Engineering, the Foreign Language (English) and the written examination will be omitted. For those who have completed or are expected to complete the master’s program at the other departments of Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo, the Foreign Language (English) will be omitted. The problems in the written examination are the same as those for the Master’s course.
In the Environment Management Engineering Course, we are recruiting company employees who wish to be enrolled on the theme of environmental management and related research. (Refer to the attached table at the end of the Guide to Entrance Examination (PDF))
Applicants for the Doctoral program should contact the possible supervisor of interest in advance and gain approval for the supervision by the time the application is submitted, and explain the reason for the application upon the oral examination.
Submit the official TOEFL iBT or TOEFL iBT Home Edition score. We will adopt the submitted Test Date Scores as the official score. The official score of the test date in or after September 2020 is valid. See the website of the Graduate School of Engineering “Admissions Information for Graduate School”, “Application Guidelines”, and “Notice regarding Foreign Language (English) Examinations”. Submit the official score to the Graduate School of Engineering by Aug 16 (Tue) 2022.
【Regular education subject】
Select one regular education subject from mathematics, physics, and chemistry at the time of application, and circle the subject in the Questionnaire sheet [Master’s course]. Answer all the questions in one selected subject. There are 6 questions in mathematics, 2 questions in physics, and 3 questions in chemistry.
【Fundamentals of Materials】
1. Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Materials (Materials Processing)
2. Structure of Materials (Chemistry・Crystallography・Microstructure)
3. Properties of Materials (Solid State Physics・Quantum Mechanics)
4. Mechanics of Materials (Theory of Elasticity・Strength of Materials)
One problem each from the above four fields (four problems in total) are given. Select two problems and answer them.
Lecture materials for “Materials Engineering Basics and Exercises”
in the Department of Materials Engineering
Those who wish to have lecture materials for “Materials Engineering Basics and Exercises” in the Department of Materials Engineering (Japanese only), please answer the questionnaire through the following Website. You will be contacted through an e-mail shortly.
*If you have any difficulty to access the above site, contact by email (exam at material.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp)