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Here we explain about entering NTUT and progressing to the Graduate School.

The following are simplified outlines. Please refer to the Japanese version of our website for details.

  1. Flow Chart for Admissions
  2. Course Fee
  3. Scholarship / Tuition waivers
  4. Admission of Undergraduate Schools
    • Qualifications for admission
    • Admissions per year, Number of students admitted
    • Entrance Examinations
  5. Admission of Graduate School
    • Qualifications for admission
    • Admissions per year, Number of students admitted
    • Entrance Examinations
  6. Contact

1 Flow Chart for Admissions

Period during which applicants undergo eligibility screening (if necessary)

Screening results are generated.

Applicants apply for the admission examination.

Applicants take the admission examination.

Examination results are announced.

Admission process

Admission

2 Course Fee

  • Admission fee 282,000 yen
  • Tuition fees 535,800 yen per year
  • Dormitory fees
    • Amakubo Campus
      • Blocks A, B, C and D 60,000 yen per year
      • Block E 78,000 yen per year
    • Kasuga Campus
      • Blocks A, B and C 60,000 yen per year
      • Block D 78,000 yen per year
  • Dormitory service fees
    • Amakubo Campus
      • Blocks A, B, C and D 144,000yen per year
      • Block E 132,000 yen per year
    • Kasuga Campus
      • Blocks A, B and C 168,000 yen per year
      • Block D 192,000 yen per year

    * Payment for room electricity and daily supplies are the responsibility of individual students.

  • Personal Accident Insurance for Students Pursuing Education and Research / Liability Insurance for Students Pursuing Education and Research
    • Faculty of Industrial Technology: 2,360 yen (for 4 years)
    • Department of Health, Course of Acupuncture and Moxibustion: 3,070yen (for 4 years)
    • Department of Heath, Course of Physical Therapy: 3,070yen (for 4 years)
    • Department of Computer Science: 2,360 yen (for 4 years)
    • Division of Industrial Technology, Division of Health Sciences(Course of Information Science), Division of Information and Communication Accessibility: 1,230yen(for 2 years)
    • Division of Health Sciences(Course of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, Course of Physical Therapy): 1,590yen(for 2 years)

The basic part of this insurance is paid by the University as part of student support services (2,300 yen for undergraduates [4 years] and 1,200 yen for graduates [2 years]). Optional parts, including those covering commuting hours and internship periods, are the responsibility of individual students. It is recommended that every student pay for these options.

3 Scholarship / Tuition waivers

In addition to the government's Schooling Support Program for Higher Education starting in 2020, we provide original programs to exempt admission fees and tuition fees for students who need financial support.

  • Admission fee exemption system
  • Tuition fee exemption system
    • Those applying for financial reasons
    • Students facing sudden changes in household income due to disasters, etc.
    • Returning students
    • Foreign students, related to their expenses
    • Students of high scholastic achievement and those honored for an achievement
  • In addition to exemption programs mentioned above, we have other support programs such as suspension of admission fees and suspension or monthly payment of tuition fees. Please contact us at the numbers below for application.
  • New schooling support programs
    Based on the Act on Schooling Support for Students at Universities and Equivalent Institutions proclaimed and enacted, the government has provided since FY2020 scholarship and exemption programs for tuition and admission fees for students being admitted to or learning at institutions confirmed as fulfilling the requirements, as part of efforts to support schooling of students at higher educational institutions such as universities and vocational colleges. Please refer to the Japanese pages for details.

Contact numbers for tuition fees, scholarship, and tuition fee exemption programs:

  • [Amakubo Campus] Student Section, Support for Hearing Disabilities
  • [Kasuga Campus] Student Section, Support for Visual Disabilities

4 Admission of Undergraduate Schools

  • Qualifications for admission

(1)Faculty of Industrial Technology for people with hearing disability

As well as university entrance qualifications (such as graduation from a special-needs school or high school), the candidate should have a hearing level of about 60 dB or more in both ears,* or find it impossible or very difficult to hear voices at normal loudness even with the use of a hearing aid.

*Hearing level with unaided ears (i.e. ears without hearing aids or cochlear implants turned off)

(2)Faculty of Health Sciences for people with visual disability

As well as university entrance qualifications (such as graduation from a special-needs school or high school), candidates should have corrected eyesight less than approximately 0.3 or have a high level of deterioration in visual function besides eyesight and be unable to recognize or have extreme difficulty recognizing ordinary characters, figures, etc., even with magnifying visual devices, etc., or be found to require education with special means such as Braille or enlarged characters in the future.

  • Admissions per year、Number of students admitted

(1)Faculty of Industrial Technology

DepartmentsAdmissions per yearNumber of students admitted
General examination *1Examination for referrals *2Examination for returning studentsIndividual academic achievement test (first semester)Individual academic achievement test (second semester)
first semestersecond semesterHigh schooladvanced vocational program affiliated to the high school
Department of Industrial Information 35 18 - 17 Few applicants will be enrolled. Few applicants will be enrolled. Few applicants will be enrolled. Few applicants will be enrolled.
Department of Synthetic Design 15 8 - 7 Few applicants will be enrolled. Few applicants will be enrolled. Few applicants will be enrolled. Few applicants will be enrolled.
Total 50 26 - 24 - - - -

*1 General examination for the Department of Industrial Information (the first round) consists of tests A and B, with a capacity of 9 each. Candidates can take examinations for more than one department at the same time.

*2 “High school” and “advanced vocational program affiliated to the high school” in the recommendation-based entrance examination refer to the following:

High school: High school courses for special needs schools or regular upper secondary schools (including other secondary education schools)

Advanced vocational program affiliated to the high school: advanced vocational program affiliated to the high school in special needs schools or in high schools

(2)Faculty of Health Sciences

Departments and CoursesAdmissions per yearNumber of students admitted
General examinationExamination for referrals Examination for returning studentsIndividual academic achievement test
first semestersecond semesterfirst semestersecond semester
Department of Health Course of Acupuncture and Moxibustion 20 6 - 8 Few applicants will be enrolled. 4 2
Course of Physical Therapy 10 3 - 4 Few applicants will be enrolled. 2 1
Department of Computer Science 10 3 - 4 Few applicants will be enrolled. 2 1
Total 40 12 - 16 - 8 4
  • Entrance Examinations

The different selection methods are as follows.

(1)Faculty of Industrial Technology

  • Examination for referrals and returning students
  • General examination (first semester)
  • Individual academic achievement test
DepartmentsExamination for referrals and returning studentsGeneral examination (first semester)Individual academic achievement test
Unified university entrance examinationIndividual academic achievement test, etc.
Department of Industrial Information Document review, Short essay, Aptitude test, Interview Japanese (modern texts only), English (writing only) Test A: Mathematics, Interview
Test B: General, Interview
Document review, Short essay, Presentation, Interview
Department of Synthetic Design Document review, Short essay, Skills test, Interview Japanese (modern texts only), English (writing only) General, Interview

(2)Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Examination for referrals and returning students
  • General examination (first semester)
  • Individual academic achievement test
Departments and CoursesExamination for referrals and returning studentsGeneral examination (first semester)Individual academic achievement test
Unified university entrance examinationIndividual academic achievement test, etc.
Department of Health Course of Acupuncture and Moxibustion Document review, Short essay, Interview* Choose one out of Japanese, mathematics, foreign language, geography, history, civics, and science. Short essay, Interview*, Document review Document review, Interview
Course of Physical Therapy
Department of Computer Science

*The interview of candidates for the Course of Physical Therapy at the Department of Health includes exercise aptitude tests.

Individual academic achievement tests require that an examination by the National Center for University Entrance Examinations be taken.

The admission examination and lectures after admission are all conducted in Japanese for both Faculties.

5 Admission of Graduate School

  • Qualifications for admission

(1)Division of Industrial Technology

The candidate should have a hearing level of about 60 dB or more in both ears* or find it impossible or very difficult to hear voices at normal loudness even with the use of a hearing aid, and any one of the following admission qualifications.

* Hearing level with unaided ears (i.e. ears without hearing aids or cochlear implants turned off)

  • Has obtained, or is expected to obtain, a bachelor’s degree
  • Has obtained, or is expected to obtain, a bachelor’s degree from an overseas university
  • Does not fall under the above but is deemed by NTUT through its individually conducted admissions qualification screening to have academic ability equivalent to or higher than the above-mentioned degree level

(2)Division of Health Sciences

Candidates should have corrected eyesight less than approximately 0.3 or have a high level of deterioration in visual function besides eyesight and be unable to recognize or have extreme difficulty recognizing ordinary characters, figures, etc., even with magnifying glasses, etc., or be found to require education with special means such as Braille or enlarged characters in the future.

Course of Acupuncture and Moxibustion

  • Has obtained, or is expected to obtain, a bachelor’s degree and has also obtained, or is expected to obtain, three licenses to practice acupuncture, moxibustion, and manual therapy
  • Has graduated, or is expected to graduate, in acupuncture and manipulative therapy at an overseas university
  • Does not fall under the above but has obtained three licenses to practice acupuncture, moxibustion and manual therapy and is deemed by NTUT through its individually conducted admissions qualification screening to have academic ability equivalent to or higher than the above-mentioned degree level

Course of Physical Therapy

  • Has obtained, or is expected to obtain, a bachelor’s degree and has also obtained, or is expected to obtain, a license in physiotherapy
  • Has graduated, or is expected to graduate, in physiotherapy at an overseas university
  • Does not fall under the above but has obtained a physiotherapists license and is deemed by NTUT through its individually conducted admissions qualification screening to have academic ability equivalent to or higher than the above-mentioned degree level

Course of Information Science

  • Has obtained, or is expected to obtain, a bachelor’s degree in engineering or science
  • Has obtained, or is expected to obtain, a bachelor’s degree in engineering or science from an overseas university
  • Does not fall under the above but is deemed by NTUT through its individually conducted admissions qualification screening to have academic ability equivalent to or higher than the above-mentioned degree level

(3)Division of Information and Communication Accessibility

Disability is not a criterion for admission to the Division of Information and Communication Accessibility, and any one of the following admission qualifications. *

  • Has obtained, or is expected to obtain, a bachelor’s degree
  • Has obtained, or is expected to obtain, a bachelor’s degree from an overseas university
  • Does not fall under the above but is deemed by NTUT through its individually conducted admissions qualification screening to have academic ability equivalent to or higher than the above-mentioned degree level

* Sign language communication skills are required of applicants for the Course of Sign Language Education.

  • Admissions per year、Number of students admitted
    DivisionAdmissions per yearNumber of students admitted
    ①*②*
    Division of Industrial Technology44Few applicants will be enrolled.
    Division of Health Sciences33Few applicants will be enrolled.
    Division of Information and Communication Accessibility55Few applicants will be enrolled.
    Total1212-

    * The limited number of applicants enrolled includes adult learners or non-traditional students.

  • Entrance Examinations
    Division①?②
    Division of Industrial TechnologyDocument screening,Oral examination
    Division of Health SciencesDocument screening,Oral examination
    Division of Information and Communication AccessibilityDocument screening,Aptitude test

The admission examination and lectures after admission are all conducted in Japanese.

6 Contact

For more information, please enquire from the contact below.

Note that the response to your enquiry may take some time depending on your question.

【Contact】

  • Faculty of Industrial Technology and Division of Industrial Technology
    Academic Affairs Section for Students with Hearing Disability
    TEL 029-858-9328, 9329
    FAX 029-858-9335
    E-Mail kyoumua[at]ad.tsukuba-tech.ac.jp
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  • Faculty of Health Sciences and Division of Health Sciences
    Academic Affairs Section for Students with Visual Disability
    TEL 029-858-9507~9509
    FAX 029-858-9517
    E-Mail kyoumuk[at]ad.tsukuba-tech.ac.jp
    ※[at] is @
  • Division of Information and Communication Accessibility
    Academic Affairs Section for Students with Hearing Disability
    TEL 029-858-9333, 9334
    FAX 029-858-9335
    E-Mail kyouikushiena[at]ad.tsukuba-tech.ac.jp
    ※[at] is @