Admissions Information

Updated on Nov 09 2018

This page contains information on admissions exams and meetings on continuing education Kokugakuin University Graduate School.

Distribution of the Tenants of Graduate Student Recruitment (the application) will start on June 22 (Wed.).

Please pick up the application directly from the Graduate School Office or apply by mail.

FY2017 Tenants of Graduate Student Recruitment

Seminars and Meetings on Continuing Education at Kokugakuin University Graduate School (reservations not required / participants can join or leave at any time)

A Meeting on Continuing Education at a Kokugakuin University Graduate School

Meetings on Continued Education at a Kokugakuin University Graduate School

Instructors from the Graduate Schools of Literature, Law, and Economics explain the admission exam systems and the content of majors and courses through one on one consultations.  

First session: Time: June 22 (Wed.) 2016, from 15:00

Venue: Tokiwamatsu Hall, Shibuya Campus

Second session: Time: December 7 (Wed.) 2016, from 15:00

Venue: Tokiwamatsu Hall, Shibuya Campus

Kokugakuin University Graduate School Seminars

Topic: Is there an autophagy-like phenomena in religious culture? Lessons from research on modern religion

Speaker: Nobutaka Inoue (Professor, Faculty of Letters)

Date: December 7 (Wed.) 2016, from 14:00

Venue: Tokiwamatsu Hall, Shibuya Campus

Reservations are not required.

Report on FY2015 Seminar – Held on December 2 (Wed.), 2015

The Puzzle of Art – Kiyokazu Nishimura (Professor, Faculty of Letters)

Report on FY2014 Seminar – Held on December 3 (Wed.) 2014

Collaborations with the School of Graduate Studies of the University of Auckland in New Zealand – Wayne Patrick Lawrence (Senior Lecturer, Kokugakuin University Graduate School Short-term Visiting Researcher)

Report on FY2013 Seminar – Held on December 4 (Wed.) 2013

Moving forward with an interesting academic question – the challenges of filming rituals and ceremonies – Shouji Okada (Professor, Graduate School of Letters)

Report on FY2012 Seminar – Held on December 5 (Wed.), 2012

Dosojin and Religious Donations – Understanding Folk Beliefs – Takanori Shintani (Professor, Graduate School of Letters)

Kokugakuin University Graduate School Seminars

Topic: Is there an autophagy-like phenomena in religious culture? Lessons from research on modern religion

Speaker: Nobutaka Inoue (Professor, Faculty of Letters)

Date: December 7 (Wed.) 2016, from 14:00

Venue: Tokiwamatsu Hall, Shibuya Campus

Reservations are not required.

 

Report on FY2015 Seminar – Held on December 2 (Wed.), 2015

The Puzzle of Art – Kiyokazu Nishimura (Professor, Faculty of Letters)

Report on FY2014 Seminar – Held on December 3 (Wed.) 2014

Collaborations with the School of Graduate Studies of the University of Auckland in New Zealand – Wayne Patrick Lawrence (Senior Lecturer, Kokugakuin University Graduate School Short-term Visiting Researcher)

Report on FY2013 Seminar – Held on December 4 (Wed.) 2013

Moving forward with an interesting academic question – the challenges of filming rituals and ceremonies – Shouji Okada (Professor, Graduate School of Letters)

Report on FY2012 Seminar – Held on December 5 (Wed.), 2012

Dosojin and Religious Donations – Understanding Folk Beliefs – Takanori Shintani (Professor, Graduate School of Letters)

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