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Chief Academic Advisor of the Graduate School of Media and Governance: MITSUGI, Jin
|VAN METER, Rodney
Term: October 1. 2023 - September 30. 2025
Programs are groups of professors and students, which are designed to produce leading experts in specific fields of study at the Graduate School. Each Program consists of a unique curriculum built upon the work of top specialists, and provides students with the opportunity to acquire a high level of knowledge through work on projects. Students belong to one of 8 programs and pursue research consistent with the guidelines set by each Program.
[ What is a Certificate? ]
In addition to the master's degree, master's students in the Graduate School of Media and Governance can acquire certificates from each Program if they fulfill the requirements. Acquiring a certificate is not essential for a master's degree.
Details on the GR Program are described at the following website:
Details on the HC Program are described at the following website:
Details on the PS Program are described at the following website:
Details on the CB Program are described at the following website:
Details on the EG Program are described at the following website:
Details on the XD Program are described at the following website:
Details on the CI Program can be found at the following website:
Details on the BI Program can be found at the following website:
If students wish to change their Programs, they must submit the form to the Office of Student Services (Academic Affairs): "The Request for change of program".
* The application for Changing Program is not permitted in the students' final semester.
Request for change of program
Students must write the reason for changing their Program in detail and receive the approval from their Main Research Advisor, who must be a Graduate School Committee member. Students must have meetings with their current and new Program Chairpersons and receive their approvals.
[ Applicant ] Student yourself
[ How to apply ] submit the required document to the Office of Student Services (Academic Affairs) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
* Include your Main Research Advisor and current and new Program Chairpersons as the cc recipients.
* Make the subject [Changing Programs] Student ID number Name
e.g. [Changing Programs] 88888888 KEIO, Taro
[ Required Documents ] the Request for change of program
[ Submission Period ] At any time (9 days prior to the Graduate School Committee Meeting), but not in the final semester
If the Graduate School Committee approves of the change of program, the Office of Student Services (Academic Affairs) will notify the student of their acceptance.