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Updated “Graduate School Entrance Exams

Correction of  - Guidelines for Applicants to the 2014 Doctoral Course Program (October 2014 Admission)   - Guidelines for Applicants to the 2015 Doctoral Course Program (April 2015 Admission)

May 01, 2014
Nov 06, 2013
May 01, 2013
Nov 21, 2011

Information of Entrance Examination conducted in Winter

Last updated on: November 6, 2013

Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering and Department of Urban Management, Kyoto University Graduate School of Engineering, hold a joint entrance examination for Master's Program and Doctoral Program.

Applicants can download the Guidelines for Applicants to the 2014 Master Course Program and Doctor Course Program (in Japanese) and partial English translations of them. The information below are outlines of the Admission Guides for reference purposes only and are subject to change without notice; be sure to confirm the details in the Admission Guides.

Applicants should contact supervising professors of preferred classifications and discuss application how to with them in advance. The preferred classifications are corresponding to the laboratories listed in this page for Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering and this page for Department of Urban Management.

For the Master's and Doctoral Program entrance examination, applicants will have to take the examinations, which will be held in the Katsura Campus.

 

Important Information Concerning English Examination

Some applicants have to submit a TOEFL, TOEIC or IELTS score. Only a score certificate (Official Score Certificate) dated February 1, 2012 or later for Master’s Program entrance examination, February 1, 2011 or later for Doctoral Program entrance examination is valid.

In the case of TOEFL, only a TOEFL-iBT (internet-Based Test) or TOEFL-PBT (Paper-Based Test) score certificate (Official Score Report) is accepted.

In the case of TOEIC, only a score certificate (Official Score Certificate) for a TOEIC Open Test conducted in Japan or Korea is accepted.

Note that score certificates for group tests such as TOEFL-ITP and TOEIC-IP are invalid.

Master's Program

  1. Preferred Classification, Research Details
    The preferred classifications are corresponding to the laboratories listed in this page for Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering and this page for Department of Urban Management. 
Research details are also described in the pages.

  2. Examination Type
    1) Ordinary examination, 2) Special examination for foreign applicants for our International Course.
  3. Examination Schedule
    February 17 (Monday) and 18 (Tuesday), 2014.
  4. Examination Subjects and Scope of Examination
    1) Entrance examination for International applicants (total of 1,000 points)
    (a) English (200 points):
    Submission of a TOEFL, TOEIC or IELTS official score
    (b) Interview Examination I (400 points)
    The Interview Examination will last approximately 15 minutes and will mainly focus on the applicant’s basic and specialized mathematical knowledge of one of the following seven fields. The fields correspond to the research that applicants intend to pursue if their application is successful.
    SubjectRange of Questions
    (1) Structural Mechanics Force equilibrium, Sectional forces, Influence lines, Stress and strain, Mechanical properties of materials, Sectional properties, Stability of structures and static determinate/indeterminate, Statically determinate structures, Deformation of structures, Elastic buckling of columns, Statically indeterminate structures, Equations of elasticity, Work and energy, Virtual work, Energy principle
    (2) Hydraulics Fundamentals of fluid motion, Hydrostatics, Dynamics of perfect fluids, Water waves, Viscous flows and turbulence, Dimensional analysis and similarity law, Steady pipe flows, and Steady open-channel flows
    (3) Soil Mechanics Physical properties and classification of soils, Permeability and seepage, Consolidation, Shear strength, Compaction, Earth pressure, Bearing capacity, Stress distribution, Slope stability, Ground improvement, Liquefaction, Seismic behavior
    (4) Systems Analysis for Planning and Management Linear Programming, Nonlinear programming, Dynamic Programming, Game theory, Network analysis, Cost-benefit analysis, Regression analysis
    (5) Engineering Geology, Rock Engineering and Theory of Elasticity Physical and mechanical properties of rocks; Laboratory and in-situ testing of rock; Methods of geological survey; Hydraulic properties of rock mass; Rock mass improvement; Evaluation of slope stability; Stress, strain and displacement; Basic equations of linear elasticity; Stress function; Solution of two-dimensional elastic problem
    (6) Exploration Geophysics, Instrument Engineering, and Wave Engineering Theory of exploration geophysics; Theory of seismic surveys (with reflection and refraction methods) and electric/electromagnetic surveys; Data analysis of seismic exploration; Basics of instrumental measurements (force and displacement, movement and vibration, fluid, and temperature); Response function of sensors; Electrical circuits for instruments; Statistical analysis of measured data; Vibration and wave phenomena; Basic theory of elastic and electromagnetic waves; Reflection, refraction and diffraction
    (c) Interview Examination II (400 points)
    Applicants should prepare a presentation (approximately 10 minutes in length) on their graduation research or their current main research. The presentation may be given in either English or Japanese. The interview will be conducted after presentation (Total time: approximately 15 minutes, including the presentation).
  5. Application Instructions
    In addition to the application forms included in the Admission Guide to the Master Course Program, separate documents should also be submitted. Consult the supervising professor of your preferred classification for details.
  6. Program Selection
1) Available programs
Three programs have been prepared for those who enroll in the Master's Program. Programs available for enrollment by those who pass the entrance examination for the examination category Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering or Department of Urban Management are as follows.
  • Interdisciplinary Engineering Course Program
    (Laboratory of Evolutionarily Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering / Laboratory of Applied Mechanics)
  • Advanced Engineering Course Program
    (Department of Civil and Earth Resource Engineering, or Department of Urban Management)
  • Master's Program
    (Department of Civil and Earth Resource Engineering, or Department of Urban Management, International Course in Management of Civil Infrastructure in the Department of Civil and Earth Resource Engineering, International Course in Urban and Regional Development in the Department of Urban Management)
2) Program selection
The program will be determined by our specific procedure using the statement of course selection.

Doctoral Program

  1. Preferred Classification, Research Details
    The preferred classifications are corresponding to the laboratories listed in this page for Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering and this page for Department of Urban Management. 
Research details are also described in the pages.
  2. Examination Type
    1) Ordinary examination, 2) Special examination for full-time workers, 3) Special examination for PhD thesis draft, and 4) Special examination for foreign applicants on the Interdisciplinary Engineering Course Program of the Human Security Engineering.
  3. Examination Schedule
    February 17 (Monday) and 18 (Tuesday), 2014.
  4. Examination Subjects and Scope of Examination
    1) Ordinary examination (total of 1,000 points)
    (a) English (200 points):
    Submission of a TOEFL, TOEIC or IELTS official score
    (b) Interview Exam I (400 points)
    An oral examination of about 30 minutes is conducted concerning the applicant's basic scholastic ability, with emphasis on Master's Program research content or a field related to the applicant's work content.
    (c) Interview Exam II (400 points)
    The applicant makes an oral presentation (15 minutes or less) based on the separately submitted document, Research Experience and Study / Research Plan, and an oral examination (about 30 minutes, including the presentation) is conducted. Use of a personal computer and a projector in the oral presentation is permitted.
    2) Special examination for full-time workers (total of 1,000 points)
    (a) Essay (500 points)
    An essay is assigned concerning the applicant's basic scholastic ability, with emphasis on Master's Program research content or a field related to the applicant's work content.
    (b) Interview Exam (500 points)
    The applicant makes an oral presentation (15 minutes or less) based on the separately submitted document, Research Experience and Study / Research Plan, and an oral examination (about 30 minutes, including the presentation) is conducted. Use of a personal computer and a projector in the oral presentation is permitted.
    3) Special examination for PhD thesis draft (total of 1,000 points)
    (a) PhD thesis draft Exam (pass or not)
    (b) Interview Exam (1,000 points)
    The applicant makes an oral presentation (15 minutes or less) based on the separately submitted thesis draft, and an oral examination (about 30 minutes, including the presentation) is conducted. Use of a personal computer and a projector in the oral presentation is permitted.
  5. Application Instructions
    In addition to the application forms included in the Admission Guide to the Doctoral Course Program, separate documents should also be submitted. Consult the supervising professor of your preferred classification for details.
  6. Program Selection
  7. Two programs have been prepared for those who enroll in the Doctor's Program.  Programs available for enrollment by those who pass the entrance examination for the examination category Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering or Department of Urban Management are as follows.

    Interdisciplinary Engineering Course Program
    (Laboratory of Evolutionarily Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering / Laboratory of Applied Mechanics / Laboratory of Human Security Engineering)

    Advanced Engineering Course Program
    (Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering or Department of Urban Management)

     

Nov 21, 2011

Information of Entrance Examination conducted in Winter

Last updated on: November 9, 2015

Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering and Department of Urban Management, Kyoto University Graduate School of Engineering, hold a joint entrance examination for Master's Course Program and Doctoral Program.

Applicants can download the Guidelines for Applicants to the 2016 Master's Course Program and Doctoral Course Program (in Japanese) and partial English translations of them. The information below are outlines of the Admission Guides for reference purposes only and are subject to change without notice; be sure to confirm the details in the Admission Guides.

Applicants should contact supervising professors of preferred classifications and discuss application how to with them in advance. The preferred classifications are corresponding to the laboratories listed in this page for Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering and this page for Department of Urban Management.

For the Master's and Doctoral Course Program entrance examination, applicants will have to take the examinations, which will be held in the Katsura Campus.

 

Important Information Concerning English Examination

Some applicants have to submit a TOEFL, TOEIC or IELTS score. Only a score certificate (Official Score Certificate) dated February 1, 2014 or later for Master’s Course Program entrance examination, February 1, 2013 or later for Doctoral Course Program entrance examination is valid.

In the case of TOEFL, only a TOEFL-iBT (internet-Based Test) or TOEFL-PBT (Paper-Based Test) score certificate (Official Score Report) is accepted.

In the case of TOEIC, only a score certificate (Official Score Certificate) for a TOEIC Open Test conducted in Japan or Korea is accepted.

Note that score certificates for group tests such as TOEFL-ITP and TOEIC-IP are invalid.

Master's Course Program

  1. Preferred Classification, Research Details
    The preferred classifications are corresponding to the laboratories listed in this page for Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering and this page for Department of Urban Management. 
Research details are also described in the pages.

  2. Examination Type
    1) Ordinary examination, 2) Special examination for foreign applicants for our International Course.
  3. Examination Schedule
    February 16 (Tuesday) , 2016.
  4. Examination Subjects and Scope of Examination
    1) Entrance examination for International applicants (total of 1,000 points)
    (a) English (200 points):
    Submission of a TOEFL, TOEIC or IELTS official score
    (b) Oral Exam I (400 points)
    The Oral Examination I will last approximately 15 minutes and will mainly focus on the applicant’s basic and specialized mathematical knowledge of one of the following seven fields. The fields correspond to the research that applicants intend to pursue if their application is successful.
    SubjectRange of Questions
    (1) Structural Mechanics Force equilibrium, Sectional forces, Influence lines, Stress and strain, Mechanical properties of materials, Sectional properties, Stability of structures and static determinate/indeterminate, Statically determinate structures, Deformation of structures, Elastic buckling of columns, Statically indeterminate structures, Equations of elasticity, Work and energy, Virtual work, Energy principle
    (2) Hydraulics Fundamentals of fluid motion, Hydrostatics, Dynamics of perfect fluids, Water waves, Viscous flows and turbulence, Dimensional analysis and similarity law, Steady pipe flows, and Steady open-channel flows
    (3) Soil Mechanics Physical properties and classification of soils, Permeability and seepage, Consolidation, Shear strength, Compaction, Earth pressure, Bearing capacity, Stress distribution, Slope stability, Ground improvement, Liquefaction, Seismic behavior
    (4) Systems Analysis for Planning and Management Linear Programming, Nonlinear programming, Dynamic Programming, Game theory, Network analysis, Cost-benefit analysis, Regression analysis
    (5) Engineering Geology and Rock Mechanics Physical and mechanical properties of rocks; Laboratory and in-situ testing of rock; Methods of geological survey; Hydraulic properties of rock mass; Rock mass improvement; Evaluation of slope stability
    (6) Exploration Geophysics and Measurement Technology Theory of exploration geophysics; Theory of seismic surveys (with reflection and refraction methods) and electric/electromagnetic surveys; Data analysis of seismic exploration; Basics of instrumental measurements (force and displacement, movement and vibration, fluid, and temperature); Response function of sensors; Electrical circuits for instruments; Statistical analysis of measured data
    (7) Theory of Elasticity and Wave Physics Stress, strain and displacement; Basic equations of linear elasticity; Stress function; Solution of two-dimensional elastic problem; Vibration and wave phenomena; Basic theory of elastic and electromagnetic waves; Reflection, refraction and diffraction
    (c) Oral Exam II (400 points)
    Applicants should prepare a presentation (approximately 10 minutes in length) on their graduation research or their current main research. The presentation may be given in either English or Japanese. The Oral Examination will be conducted after presentation (Total time: approximately 15 minutes, including the presentation).
  5. Application Instructions
    In addition to the application forms included in the Admission Guide to the Master's Course Program, separate documents should also be submitted. Consult the supervising professor of your preferred classification for details.
  6. Program Selection
1) Available programs
Three programs have been prepared for those who enroll in the Master's Course Program. Programs available for enrollment by those who pass the entrance examination for the examination category Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering or Department of Urban Management are as follows.
  • Interdisciplinary Engineering Course Program
    (Postgraduate Integrated Course Program of Evolutionarily Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering / Postgraduate Integrated Course Program of Applied Mechanics / Postgraduate Integrated Course Program of  Human Security Engineering)
  • Advanced Engineering Course Program
    (Department of Civil and Earth Resource Engineering, or Department of Urban Management)
  • Master's Course Program
    (Department of Civil and Earth Resource Engineering, or Department of Urban Management, International Course in Management of Civil Infrastructure in the Department of Civil and Earth Resource Engineering, International Course in Urban and Regional Development in the Department of Urban Management)
2) Program selection
The program will be determined by our specific procedure using the statement of course selection.

Doctoral Course Program

  1. Preferred Classification, Research Details
    The preferred classifications are corresponding to the laboratories listed in this page for Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering and this page for Department of Urban Management. 
Research details are also described in the pages.
  2. Examination Type
    1) Ordinary examination, 2) Special examination for full-time workers, 3) Special examination for PhD thesis draft, and 4) Special examination for foreign applicants on the Interdisciplinary Engineering Course Program of the Human Security Engineering.
  3. Examination Schedule
    February 15 (Monday) and 16 (Tuesday), 2016.
  4. Examination Subjects and Scope of Examination
    1) Ordinary examination (total of 1,000 points)
    (a) English (200 points):
    Submission of a TOEFL, TOEIC or IELTS official score
    (b) Oral Exam I (400 points)
    An oral examination of about 30 minutes is conducted concerning the applicant's basic scholastic ability, with emphasis on Master's Course Program research content or a field related to the applicant's work content.
    (c) Oral Exam II (400 points)
    The applicant makes an oral presentation (15 minutes or less) based on the separately submitted document, Research Experience and Study / Research Plan, and an oral examination (about 30 minutes, including the presentation) is conducted. Use of a personal computer and a projector in the oral presentation is permitted.
    2) Special examination for full-time workers (total of 1,000 points)
    (a) Essay (500 points)
    An essay is assigned concerning the applicant's basic scholastic ability, with emphasis on Master's Course Program research content or a field related to the applicant's work content.
    (b) Oral Exam (500 points)
    The applicant makes an oral presentation (15 minutes or less) based on the separately submitted document, Research Experience and Study / Research Plan, and an oral examination (about 30 minutes, including the presentation) is conducted. Use of a personal computer and a projector in the oral presentation is permitted.
    3) Special examination for PhD thesis draft (total of 1,000 points)
    (a) PhD thesis draft Exam (pass or not)
    (b) Oral Exam (1,000 points)
    The applicant makes an oral presentation (15 minutes or less) based on the separately submitted thesis draft, and an oral examination (about 30 minutes, including the presentation) is conducted. Use of a personal computer and a projector in the oral presentation is permitted.
  5. Application Instructions
    In addition to the application forms included in the Admission Guide to the Doctoral Course Program, separate documents should also be submitted. Consult the supervising professor of your preferred classification for details.
  6. Program Selection
  7. Two programs have been prepared for those who enroll in the Doctoral Couse Program.  Programs available for enrollment by those who pass the entrance examination for the examination category Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering or Department of Urban Management are as follows.

    Interdisciplinary Engineering Course Program
    (Postgraduate Integrated Course Program of Evolutionarily Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering / Postgraduate Integrated Course Program of Applied Mechanics / Postgraduate Integrated Course Program of Human Security Engineering)

    Advanced Engineering Course Program
    (Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering or Department of Urban Management)

     

Nov 21, 2011

Information of Entrance Examination conducted in Winter

Last updated on: November 6, 2014

Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering and Department of Urban Management, Kyoto University Graduate School of Engineering, hold a joint entrance examination for Master's Course Program and Doctoral Program.

Applicants can download the Guidelines for Applicants to the 2015 Master's Course Program and Doctoral Course Program (in Japanese) and partial English translations of them. The information below are outlines of the Admission Guides for reference purposes only and are subject to change without notice; be sure to confirm the details in the Admission Guides.

Applicants should contact supervising professors of preferred classifications and discuss application how to with them in advance. The preferred classifications are corresponding to the laboratories listed in this page for Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering and this page for Department of Urban Management.

For the Master's and Doctoral Course Program entrance examination, applicants will have to take the examinations, which will be held in the Katsura Campus.

 

Important Information Concerning English Examination

Some applicants have to submit a TOEFL, TOEIC or IELTS score. Only a score certificate (Official Score Certificate) dated February 1, 2013 or later for Master’s Course Program entrance examination, February 1, 2012 or later for Doctoral Course Program entrance examination is valid.

In the case of TOEFL, only a TOEFL-iBT (internet-Based Test) or TOEFL-PBT (Paper-Based Test) score certificate (Official Score Report) is accepted.

In the case of TOEIC, only a score certificate (Official Score Certificate) for a TOEIC Open Test conducted in Japan or Korea is accepted.

Note that score certificates for group tests such as TOEFL-ITP and TOEIC-IP are invalid.

Master's Course Program

  1. Preferred Classification, Research Details
    The preferred classifications are corresponding to the laboratories listed in this page for Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering and this page for Department of Urban Management. 
Research details are also described in the pages.

  2. Examination Type
    1) Ordinary examination, 2) Special examination for foreign applicants for our International Course.
  3. Examination Schedule
    February 17 (Tuesday) , 2015.
  4. Examination Subjects and Scope of Examination
    1) Entrance examination for International applicants (total of 1,000 points)
    (a) English (200 points):
    Submission of a TOEFL, TOEIC or IELTS official score
    (b) Oral Exam I (400 points)
    The Oral Examination I will last approximately 15 minutes and will mainly focus on the applicant’s basic and specialized mathematical knowledge of one of the following seven fields. The fields correspond to the research that applicants intend to pursue if their application is successful.
    SubjectRange of Questions
    (1) Structural Mechanics Force equilibrium, Sectional forces, Influence lines, Stress and strain, Mechanical properties of materials, Sectional properties, Stability of structures and static determinate/indeterminate, Statically determinate structures, Deformation of structures, Elastic buckling of columns, Statically indeterminate structures, Equations of elasticity, Work and energy, Virtual work, Energy principle
    (2) Hydraulics Fundamentals of fluid motion, Hydrostatics, Dynamics of perfect fluids, Water waves, Viscous flows and turbulence, Dimensional analysis and similarity law, Steady pipe flows, and Steady open-channel flows
    (3) Soil Mechanics Physical properties and classification of soils, Permeability and seepage, Consolidation, Shear strength, Compaction, Earth pressure, Bearing capacity, Stress distribution, Slope stability, Ground improvement, Liquefaction, Seismic behavior
    (4) Systems Analysis for Planning and Management Linear Programming, Nonlinear programming, Dynamic Programming, Game theory, Network analysis, Cost-benefit analysis, Regression analysis
    (5) Engineering Geology and Rock Mechanics Physical and mechanical properties of rocks; Laboratory and in-situ testing of rock; Methods of geological survey; Hydraulic properties of rock mass; Rock mass improvement; Evaluation of slope stability
    (6) Exploration Geophysics and Measurement Technology Theory of exploration geophysics; Theory of seismic surveys (with reflection and refraction methods) and electric/electromagnetic surveys; Data analysis of seismic exploration; Basics of instrumental measurements (force and displacement, movement and vibration, fluid, and temperature); Response function of sensors; Electrical circuits for instruments; Statistical analysis of measured data
    (7) Theory of Elasticity and Wave Physics Stress, strain and displacement; Basic equations of linear elasticity; Stress function; Solution of two-dimensional elastic problem; Vibration and wave phenomena; Basic theory of elastic and electromagnetic waves; Reflection, refraction and diffraction
    (c) Oral Exam II (400 points)
    Applicants should prepare a presentation (approximately 10 minutes in length) on their graduation research or their current main research. The presentation may be given in either English or Japanese. The Oral Examination will be conducted after presentation (Total time: approximately 15 minutes, including the presentation).
  5. Application Instructions
    In addition to the application forms included in the Admission Guide to the Master's Course Program, separate documents should also be submitted. Consult the supervising professor of your preferred classification for details.
  6. Program Selection
1) Available programs
Three programs have been prepared for those who enroll in the Master's Course Program. Programs available for enrollment by those who pass the entrance examination for the examination category Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering or Department of Urban Management are as follows.
  • Interdisciplinary Engineering Course Program
    (Postgraduate Integrated Course Program of Evolutionarily Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering / Postgraduate Integrated Course Program of Applied Mechanics / Postgraduate Integrated Course Program of  Human Security Engineering)
  • Advanced Engineering Course Program
    (Department of Civil and Earth Resource Engineering, or Department of Urban Management)
  • Master's Course Program
    (Department of Civil and Earth Resource Engineering, or Department of Urban Management, International Course in Management of Civil Infrastructure in the Department of Civil and Earth Resource Engineering, International Course in Urban and Regional Development in the Department of Urban Management)
2) Program selection
The program will be determined by our specific procedure using the statement of course selection.

Doctoral Course Program

  1. Preferred Classification, Research Details
    The preferred classifications are corresponding to the laboratories listed in this page for Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering and this page for Department of Urban Management. 
Research details are also described in the pages.
  2. Examination Type
    1) Ordinary examination, 2) Special examination for full-time workers, 3) Special examination for PhD thesis draft, and 4) Special examination for foreign applicants on the Interdisciplinary Engineering Course Program of the Human Security Engineering.
  3. Examination Schedule
    February 16 (Monday) and 17 (Tuesday), 2015.
  4. Examination Subjects and Scope of Examination
    1) Ordinary examination (total of 1,000 points)
    (a) English (200 points):
    Submission of a TOEFL, TOEIC or IELTS official score
    (b) Oral Exam I (400 points)
    An oral examination of about 30 minutes is conducted concerning the applicant's basic scholastic ability, with emphasis on Master's Course Program research content or a field related to the applicant's work content.
    (c) Oral Exam II (400 points)
    The applicant makes an oral presentation (15 minutes or less) based on the separately submitted document, Research Experience and Study / Research Plan, and an oral examination (about 30 minutes, including the presentation) is conducted. Use of a personal computer and a projector in the oral presentation is permitted.
    2) Special examination for full-time workers (total of 1,000 points)
    (a) Essay (500 points)
    An essay is assigned concerning the applicant's basic scholastic ability, with emphasis on Master's Course Program research content or a field related to the applicant's work content.
    (b) Oral Exam (500 points)
    The applicant makes an oral presentation (15 minutes or less) based on the separately submitted document, Research Experience and Study / Research Plan, and an oral examination (about 30 minutes, including the presentation) is conducted. Use of a personal computer and a projector in the oral presentation is permitted.
    3) Special examination for PhD thesis draft (total of 1,000 points)
    (a) PhD thesis draft Exam (pass or not)
    (b) Oral Exam (1,000 points)
    The applicant makes an oral presentation (15 minutes or less) based on the separately submitted thesis draft, and an oral examination (about 30 minutes, including the presentation) is conducted. Use of a personal computer and a projector in the oral presentation is permitted.
  5. Application Instructions
    In addition to the application forms included in the Admission Guide to the Doctoral Course Program, separate documents should also be submitted. Consult the supervising professor of your preferred classification for details.
  6. Program Selection
  7. Two programs have been prepared for those who enroll in the Doctoral Couse Program.  Programs available for enrollment by those who pass the entrance examination for the examination category Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering or Department of Urban Management are as follows.

    Interdisciplinary Engineering Course Program
    (Postgraduate Integrated Course Program of Evolutionarily Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering / Postgraduate Integrated Course Program of Applied Mechanics / Postgraduate Integrated Course Program of Human Security Engineering)

    Advanced Engineering Course Program
    (Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering or Department of Urban Management)

     

Mar 01, 2010

Please note the following change of specialized knowledge and examination time of the 2015 Master’s Program (General Academic Selection) to be held in August, 2014.

Please make sure to check the Guidelines for Applicants (scheduled for publication early in May) for the detailed information.

(1) Change of the Number of Subjects for the examination

2014

Specialized Knowledge:8 subjects

(1) Mathematics, (2) Physics (Mechanics), (3) Structural Mechanics, (4) Hydraulics, (5) Soil Mechanics, (6) Systems Analysis for Planning and Management,

(7) Engineering Geology, Rock Engineering, and Theory of Elasticity,

(8) Exploration Geophysics, instrumentation Engineering, and Wave Engineering

2015

Specialized Knowledge:9 subjects

(1) Mathematics, (2) Physics (Mechanics), (3) Structural Mechanics, (4) Hydraulics, (5) Soil Mechanics, (6) Systems Analysis for Planning and Management,

(7) Engineering Geology and Rock Mechanics, (8) Exploration Geophysics and Measurement Technology, (9) Theory of Elasticity and Wave Physics

 

※Note: Questions for subjects(1)-(6) are given in English as well as Japanese. Questions for subjects (7)-(9) are given only in Japanese.

(2) Change of the Range of Questions

(Range of questions of the following subjects from abovementioned will be changed.)

2014

(7) Engineering Geology, Rock

Engineering, and Theory of

Elasticity

Physical and mechanical properties of rocks; Laboratory and in-situ testing of rock; Methods of geological survey; Hydraulic properties of rock mass; Rock mass improvement; Evaluation of slope stability; Stress, strain and displacement; Basic equations of linear elasticity; Stress function; Solution of two-dimensional elastic problem;
(8) Exploration Geophysics, instrumentation Engineering, and Wave Engineering Theory of exploration geophysics; Theory of seismic surveys (with reflection and refraction methods) and electric/electromagnetic surveys; Data analysis of seismic exploration; Basics of instrumental measurements (force and displacement, movement and vibration, fluid, and temperature); Response function of sensors; Electrical circuits for instruments; Statistical analysis of measured data; Vibration and wave phenomena; Basic theory of elastic and electromagnetic waves; Reflection, refraction and diffraction

2015

(7)Engineering Geology and Rock

Mechanics

Physical and mechanical properties of rocks; Laboratory and in-situ testing of rock; Methods of geological survey; Hydraulic properties of rock mass; Rock mass improvement; Evaluation of slope stability
(8)Exploration Geophysics and Measurement Technology Theory of exploration geophysics; Theory of seismic surveys (with reflection and refraction methods) and electric/electromagnetic surveys; Data analysis of seismic exploration; Basics of instrumental measurements (force and displacement, movement and vibration, fluid, and temperature); Response function of sensors; Electrical circuits for instruments; Statistical analysis of measured data
(9) Theory of Elasticity and Wave Physics Stress, strain and displacement; Basic equations of linear elasticity; Stress function; Solution of two-dimensional elastic problem; Vibration and wave phenomena; Basic theory of elastic and electromagnetic waves; Reflection, refraction and diffraction

(3) Change of the number of subjects to be taken

2014

General Academic Selection

Mathematics, Physics (Mechanics)

Candidates must select two questions from the following four questions and answer them. (For each subject, two questions are given respectively)

(1) Mathematics, (2) Physics (Mechanics)
Specialized engineering knowledge

Candidates must select five questions from the following twelve questions and answer them. (For each subject, two questions are given respectively)

(1) Structural Mechanics, (2) Hydraulics, (3) Soil Mechanics, (4) Systems Analysis for Planning and Management, (5) Engineering Geology, Rock Engineering, and Theory of Elasticity, (6) Exploration Geophysics, instrumentation Engineering, and Wave Engineering

2015

General Academic Selection

Mathematics, Physics (Mechanics)

Candidates must take the examination for subject (1) and (2). (For each subject, one question is given respectively)

(1) Mathematics, (2) Physics (Mechanics)
Specialized engineering knowledge

Candidates must select three questions from the following seven questions and answer them. (For each subject, one question is given respectively)

(1) Structural Mechanics, (2) Hydraulics, (3) Soil Mechanics, (4) Systems Analysis for Planning and Management, (5) Engineering Geology and Rock Mechanics, (6) Exploration Geophysics and Measurement Technology, (7) Theory of Elasticity and Wave Physics

(4) Change of Examination Time

2014

General Academic Selection

Mathematics, Physics (Mechanics)

90 min.

Specialized engineering knowledge

180 min.

2015

General Academic Selection

Mathematics, Physics (Mechanics)

90 min.

Specialized engineering knowledge

120 min.

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Mar 01, 2010

Please note the following change of specialized knowledge and examination time of the 2016 Master’s Program (General Academic Selection) to be held in August, 2015.

Please make sure to check the Guidelines for Applicants (scheduled for publication early in May) for the detailed information.

(1) Change of the number of subjects to be taken

 

2015

Entrance

-General Academic Selection

Mathematics, Physics (Mechanics)

Candidates must take the examination for subject (1) and (2).

(1) Mathematics, (2) Physics (Mechanics)
Specialized engineering knowledge

Candidates must select three subjects from the following seven subjects and answer them.

(1) Structural Mechanics, (2) Hydraulics, (3) Soil Mechanics, (4) Systems Analysis for Planning and Management, (5) Engineering Geology and Rock Mechanics, (6) Exploration Geophysics and Measurement Technology, (7) Theory of Elasticity and Wave Physics

-Special Selection of non-Global Engineering Students

-Special Selection of Career-Track Working Students

Specialized engineering knowledge

Candidates must select two subjects from the following nine subjects and answer them.

(1) Structural Mechanics, (2) Hydraulics, (3) Soil Mechanics, (4) Systems Analysis for Planning and Management, (5) Engineering Geology and Rock Mechanics, (6) Exploration Geophysics and Measurement Technology, (7) Theory of Elasticity and Wave Physics

2016

Entrance

-General Academic Selection

Mathematics, Physics (Mechanics)

Candidates must take the examination for subject (1) and (2).

(1) Mathematics, (2) Physics (Mechanics)
Specialized engineering knowledge

Candidates must select three subjects from the following sevensubjects and answer them.

(1) Structural Mechanics, (2) Hydraulics, (3) Soil Mechanics, (4) Systems Analysis for Planning and Management, (5) Engineering Geology and Rock Mechanics, (6) Exploration Geophysics and Measurement Technology, (7) Theory of Elasticity and Wave Physics

-Special Selection of non-Global Engineering Students

-Special Selection of Career-Track Working Students

Specialized engineering knowledge

Candidates must select one subject from the following nine subjects and answer them.

(1) Structural Mechanics, (2) Hydraulics, (3) Soil Mechanics, (4) Systems Analysis for Planning and Management, (5) Engineering Geology and Rock Mechanics, (6) Exploration Geophysics and Measurement Technology, (7) Theory of Elasticity and Wave Physics

(4) Change of Examination Time

2015

Entrance

-General Academic Selection

Mathematics, Physics (Mechanics)

90 min.

Specialized engineering knowledge 120 min.

-Special Selection of non-Global Engineering Students

-Special Selection of Career-Track Working Students

Specialized engineering knowledge 90 min.

2016

Entrance

-General Academic Selection

Mathematics, Physics (Mechanics)

90 min.

Specialized engineering knowledge 120 min.

-Special Selection of non-Global Engineering Students

-Special Selection of Career-Track Working Students

Specialized engineering knowledge 60 min.

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Jul 15, 2009

Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering invites candidates of faculty positions for the international undergraduate and postgraduate educational programs. To see more details click here.

Jul 15, 2009

Kyoto University has been selected for one of the institutions of so-called “Global 30”, which is a MEXT’s (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) project of promoting educational programs in Japanese universities. Then, Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering is going to open a new postgraduate educational program, in which all courses are provided in English, in April 2011.