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What Does It Mean to "Register for a Course"?
Registering for courses means that students choose courses specified by the undergraduate faculty and learn the subjects in order to earn credits. When registering for courses, students must take into account the number of credits they have earned so far, their requirements for advancement or graduation, and the timetable and syllabus of each course.
Taking into consideration the number of credits earned, students will plan what courses to take in the following semester. Students can advance to the next year or graduate by accumulating credits and meeting the designated requirements.
Course Registration Process
Through course registration, students choose which courses they will be taking and show their academic intentions to study. If courses are not registered for within the specified period, the student will be regarded as having no intention to study. Under Article 188 of the University Undergraduate Rules and Regulations, the student will then be subject to withdrawal from the University. Carefully read the following description of the course registration process so that you do not make any errors. The Course Registration Period will be announced at keio.jp.
If you plan to take a temporary leave of absence without registering for courses, you must submit an Application for Temporary Leave of Absence by the last day of the course registration period.
After the grades are announced at the end of each semester, the course registration schedule for the following semester will be announced at keio.jp. Make sure to check it.
Referring to the syllabus and timetable, select courses to register for in the upcoming semester. The syllabus contains course descriptions, information on the grading system, the limit to the number of students, and more. Some courses require prior knowledge, skills, prerequisite and/or recommended courses. Make sure you read the information on the syllabus carefully before registering for a course.
Many courses require student screenings before the first class to determine the registrants. Apply for a student screening, and make a course registration plan according to the results. The main ways student screenings are conducted are described below:
In the first course registration, students register for courses offered by other faculties, research institutes or centers.
In the second course registration, students register for courses offered by the Faculty of Policy Management, the Faculty of environment and Information Studies and the Graduate School of Media and Governance and available courses offered by other faculties, research institutes or centers.
Please allow plenty of time for course registration. If you have any questions, please contact the SFC Academic Affairs Office by the end of the course registration period. Please note that no inquiries will be accepted by phone.
Students register for all courses offered by other faculties, research institutes or centers.
Courses Subject to Be Registered
Courses offered by other faculties, research institutes or centers
Students register for all courses offered by the Faculty of Policy Management, the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies and the Graduate School of Media and Governance.
Courses accepted through the Student Screening will be added to registered courses on the Second Course Registration. Please confirm registered courses and amend or delete them if necessary.
Courses registered in the first course registration that are not accepted will be marked as "Not Permitted" and cannot be registered in the second course registration. You can also register for courses offered by other faculties, research institutes or centers if available for the Second Course Registration. For some courses offered by other faculties, research institutes or centers, student screenings may be held based on their Second Course Registration. Please be sure to check and follow the registration procedures and rules of the faculties, research institutes or centers by which the course is offered.
Subject to Be Registered
courses offered by the Faculty of Policy Management, the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies and the Graduate School of Media and Governance and courses offered by other faculties, research institutes or centers if available for the Second Course Registration
Applying for student screenings and registering for courses are different. If you do not correctly register for courses, you cannot take those courses even if you were permitted through the student screenings. Be sure to check registered courses and amend them during the Second Course Registration period to complete course registration.
Please check the syllabus for course procedures and rules.
［keio.jp］→[Class]→［Course Registration］→[Course Registration/Additional Course Registration]
Please carefully read this page and Course Registration System User Manual.
Please save the Registration Complete Page.
After registering for a course, a message will appear on the screen if there is an error. Make sure that all courses are registered correctly. You can make changes to registration as many times as you like during the registration period, but are not permitted to change courses for any reason after it ends. Make sure that there are no errors in your courses or fields after you finish registering.
Be sure to check if registration was completed correctly by comparing the Registration Complete page you saved during course registration to the course registration details on the "View Registered Courses" page. If there are any discrepancies, please check with the SFC Academic Affairs Office.
Amendments to errors in course registration are accepted in this period only for those who are applicable. Those who are applicable will receive a message such as through keio.jp (in mid- to late April for the Spring Semester, or mid-October for the Fall Semester). Fllow the instructions to complete the necessary procedures.
In the case that the student does not make amendments during the course registration amendment period, the error will be amended by the Academic Affairs Office. The University will not be held accountable for any disadvantage incurred by a student who did not carry out the necessary process during this period.
You may cancel courses that you have registered for. However, some courses cannot be cancelled. Grades will not be given for cancelled courses. Additional courses may not be registered for.
* To see courses that are not allowed to be cancelled, check the Keio University Student Website.
* Year-long courses and set courses need to be cancelled during the course cancellation period for Spring Semester/First Half of Spring Semester Courses.
［keio.jp］→[Class]→［Course Registration］→[Course Cancellation]
The Faculty of Policy Management and the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies implement a student screening for many courses, in which students who are eligible to take a course are determined before course registration and before classes begin.
There are two main methods of the student screening for courses: Assignment Screening and Lottery Screening.
Only those students who have completed the "Entry for Student Screening" process and have been approved to take the course will be able to take the course for which they are accepted.
Some courses may have their own selection process, so please check here as well. The course registration is not completed only by completing the Entry for Student Screening. Students need to complete both the Entry for Student Screening and the course registration.
A new student screening system will be in operation from AY2021.
Student Screening System User's Guide (Japanese)
Student Screening System User's Guide (English)
Access the Student Screening System from the URL below;
In the assignment screening, students submit reports, essays, etc. through the student screening system to make the entry. The details of the assignments will be announced in the syllabus, so please check the syllabus as soon as it is released.
In the lottery student screening, the "Course Preferences" is determined by the size of the applicant's desire to take the selected courses.
For details, see here (Keio ID required)
Students of the Faculty of Policy Management, the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, the Graduate School of Media and Governance, the Faculty of Nursing and Medical Care and the Graduate School of Health Management are able to use the student screening system for entry, but students of other faculties or campus are not be able to use this system. If you are a student of another faculty and wish to take an SFC course with student screening, please check the selection information in the syllabus (available on the campus network) in advance, and contact the lecturer in charge of the class directly to confirm if you can take the course.
From AY2023, students of the Faculty of Nursing and Medical Care and the Graduate School of Health Management can use the student screening system for entry.
Course Registration Details
Applying for student screenings and registering for courses are conducted on the different system. If you do not correctly register for courses, you cannot take those courses even if you were selected for through the student screenings.
The number of credits that may be earned in a single semester is as follows:
Maximum number of credits required for advancement and graduation: 20 credits
Maximum number of credits including those for Optional Subjects: 30 credits
However, the courses listed below will not be counted toward the maximum number of credits that may be earned:
Physical and Mental Health for Campus Life, Physical Education 1, Physical Education 2, Physical Education 3, Physical Education 4, Physical Education 5, Special Research Project A, Special Research Project B
Also, since courses with transferable credits earned before entering the Master's Program are Optional Subjects, credits for these courses will not be included in the maximum number of credits (20 credits) required for advancement and graduation.
Fields are course categories based on the University Rules and Regulations. Courses offered by the Faculty of Policy Management and the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies are all assigned "Fields." When a course is registered for, a field that corresponds with the course is automatically assigned to it (Column A registration).
|Courses that have their field automatically registered as Column A||Fields|
|Courses offered at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies (exception below)||See Courses, Number of Credits, Fields.|
|Program Courses offered at the Graduate School of Media and Governance||Optional Subjects|
|Short-term Study Abroad courses offered at the International Center||Language Communication courses (or Optional Subjects)|
When registering for courses that do not have assigned fields such as courses offered by other faculties, research institutes or centers, or taking courses as Optional Subjects, fields need to be designated when the courses are registered. Make sure you register correctly by referring to the chart below to check which fields courses can be designated as.
|Courses that must be registered as Column B||Fields|
|Course credits not required for advancement or graduation
Courses offered by research institutes or centers (excluding courses offered by the International Center at Mita Campus)
Other courses for which there are specific instructions
|Courses offered by faculties other than the Faculty of Policy Management and the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies
Courses offered by the International Center at Mita Campus (excluding Short-term Study Abroad Program)
|Courses Offered by Other Faculties, etc.|
Although it may not be specified in the syllabus, the following courses have requirements such as earning credits for prerequisite courses before the semester they are taken.
|Course Names / Fields||Prerequisite Courses / Requirements|
|Physical Education 2, Physical Education 3||Credits earned for Physical Education 1|
|Physical Education 4, Physical Education 5||Credits earned for Physical Education 3|
|Fundamentals of Information Technology courses (excluding Fundamentals of Information Technology 1)||Credits earned for Fundamentals of Information Technology 1
Except for Fundamentals of Information Technology 2, these courses also require passing a typing examination
|Graduation Project 2||Credits earned for Graduation Project 1
Excluding those continuing Graduation Project 1 while studying abroad
Class Designated Courses are courses that have their time schedule determined by your "class." New students should register for the courses or fields listed below with their assigned "class" in their first semester.
|Course Names / Fields||Possibility to Change Classes|
|Physical and Mental Health for Campus Life||New students cannot change classes in their first semester.|
|Physical Education 1||[New students in their first semester] cannot change classes.
[Students retaking the course] can take only a full-time faculty member's class in the Spring Semester, or the class for students retaking the course held in the Fall Semester. Be sure to attend the first class and obtain permission to take the course. Please check and ask from the Wellness System for details.
|Fundamentals of Information Technology 1||[New students in their first semester] who are requesting a class change should apply for a student screening. In some cases, a drawing will be held.
[Students retaking the course] should apply for a student screening. If the number of students has not reached the limit after the screening is held, an additional application may be accepted for both the class for students retaking the course and the class for new students.
Please note that additional applications will be accepted only for the class for new students in the Spring Semester as there will be no class for students retaking the course.
|Language Communication courses||New students cannot change classes in their first semester. However, new students who pass a language placement test may register for these classes. The upper limit of credits that new students can take in their first semester is four (one language) excluding Russian and Italian.
From the second semester on, follow the instructions in the syllabus and apply for a student screening.
Credits earned from Optional Subjects are not counted toward credits required for advancement to the next year or graduation.
The courses below can only be registered as Optional Subjects. Courses must be registered by selecting the "90-01-02 Optional Subjects and Others" field at the time of registration.
Credits earned from Optional Subjects cannot be converted at a later date to credits required for advancement to the next year or graduation, and vice versa.
|Course Names, etc.||Designated Fields|
|Program Courses in the Graduate School of Media and Governance||None|
|Courses you already have earned credit from||90-01-02 Optional Subjects and Others|
|Courses offered by research institutes and centers (excluding courses offered by the International Center at the Mita Campus and those offered by the GIC Center at Hiyoshi Campus)|
|Duplicate courses (when taking multiple in the same semester) (see "(d) Duplicate Courses")|
|Courses exceeding the maximum number of credits toward advancement or graduation that can be earned in a single semester|
|Other courses with specific instructions|
Note that the following courses cannot be taken as Optional Subjects:
Basic and Intensive in the Language Communication courses, Physical and Mental Health for Campus Life, Physical Education 1, Physical Education 2, Physical Education 3, Physical Education 4, Physical Education 5, Graduation Project 1, Graduation Project 2
In principle, each course can only be taken once for credit to count toward advancement to the next year or graduation. If you plan to retake a course you have earned credits from in the past (including those with different instructors), the extra course can only be registered as an "Optional Subject."
However, the following courses can be taken multiple times for credit to count toward advancement to the next year or graduation:
Project English A/B/C/D, Japanese Intensive Elementary 1/2, Japanese Intensive 1/2/3/4, Skills and Contents in the Language Communication courses, Study Abroad, Seminar A, Seminar B, Special Research Project A/B, and Graduation Project 1 (only when the mentor is changed)
In addition, the below chart indicates courses that will be considered to be the same course even though a change has been made in the course name:
|New Course Names||Previous Course Names|
|Fundamentals of Life Science Laboratory||Fundamental Biology Laboratory|
|Innovation and Marketing Research||Diffusion of Innovations and Marketing Research of Information Technology Services|
|Data Business Creation A||Data Business Creation|
|Data Business Creation B||Data Business Creation|
|Civil Code (Contracts and Torts)||Civil Law (Property)|
|Civil Code (Family and Inheritance)||Civil Law (Family Law)|
|Tonal Harmony 1||Fundamentals of Digital Music|
|Tonal Composition 1||Music and Cognition|
|Beyond Blockchain Basics||Beyond Blockchain|
|Beyond Blockchain Advanced||Beyond Blockchain|
|Data Science for Bioinformatics||Introduction to Bioinformatics|
|Data Society and Business Model||Intellectual Property and Business Models|
|Basic Exercise in Protecting Information Systems against Security Threats||Exercise in Project Based Learning K|
|Advanced Exercise in Incident Handling||Advanced Exercise in Project Based Learning F|
|Advanced Security Workshop in Smartphone Security||Advanced Security Workshop C|
|Basic Sec Cap Exercise in Project Based Learning I||Exercise in Project Based Learning I|
|Basic Sec Cap Advanced Exercise in Project Based Learning E||Advanced Exercise in Project Based Learning E|
|Basic Sec Cap Advanced Security Workshop D||Advanced Security Workshop D|
|Basic Sec Cap Advanced Security Workshop E||Advanced Security Workshop E|
|Earth System A||Earth Systems|
Registering for Specific Courses
This system is used for making reservations for physical education classes, and submitting notes and papers for physical education courses.
After passing for Physical Education 1, be sure to register for both Physical Education 2 and Physical Education 3 at the same time in the following semester. Go to the course registration page, and from "Other" under "Day of the Week," select and register for Physical Education 2 and Physical Education 3. Course registration will be valid for these two courses until credits have been earned for them, so there is no need to re-register for them later on.
Use the Wellness System to make reservations for the classes you will attend. Each course requires attending class 15 times and submission of a report in order to earn credits.
Students must have earned credits for Physical Education 3 by the previous semester in order to take Physical Education 4/5. To register for these courses, go to the course registration page, and from "Other" under "Day of the Week," select and register for Physical Education 4 and Physical Education 5. Course registration will be valid for these two courses until credits have been earned for them, so there is no need to re-register them later on. However, you cannot cancel registration for Physical Education 4 or 5 outside of the semester in which you registered for them.
Use the Wellness System to make reservations for the classes you will attend. Each course requires attending class 15 times and submission of a report in order to earn credits.
Language placement tests are held during the orientation period each semester. Except for Basic 1 and Intensive 1, a language placement test may be required before a course can be registered. You can check the examination schedule on keio.jp on the day of the grade announcement for the prior semester, or on the Language Communication courses website.
Courses with "language" included in the course name, and a portion of courses held in English or Japanese, can be taken as a Language Communication (xx language) Contents Course. (Refer to "Courses, Number of Credits, Fields.")
Courses taken as Contents Courses will appear as Fundamental Subjects (Language Communication courses) regardless of the original course field. Courses that may be taken as Contents Courses have the Contents Courses name listed together with the original course name in the syllabus.
Example: "Theory of Languages (German)" Advanced Subjects (Series of Policy Management) ・ "German Contents" Fundamental Subjects (Language Communication courses)
Please note that to take a course as "Japanese Contents," prior permission must be obtained from the Japanese Language Lab (it is different from student screenings).
These courses are held during the spring or summer break at overseas educational institutions. They are Study Abroad A (4 credits) and B (2 credits), and Intensive Course held overseas (4 credits). For details, check the website and language lab for each language. You must register for these courses in the semester immediately following participation, and they may not be cancelled. If a temporary leave of absence or study abroad is planned for the semester immediately following participation, be sure to consult with the Academic Affairs Office when applying for a temporary leave of absence or study abroad.
While it is recommended that students earn at least 2 credits from Data Science 1 before advancing to Data Science 2, both courses may be taken simultaneously.
Fundamentals of Information Technology 1 is a required course. After earning credits for Fundamentals of Information Technology 1, Fundamentals of Information Technology 2 or other Fundamentals of Information Technology courses may be taken according to the student's level.
There are two types of Seminars (Seminar A and Seminar B), and the type differs by the faculty member.
|Courses||Class Periods Per Week||No. of Credits||Approx. No. of Students|
|Seminar A||2 class periods/week||4 credits||35 students|
|Seminar B||1 class period/week||2 credits||15 students|
Up to 6 credits, including those taken as Optional Subjects, can be registered for per semester. In principle, students can register for Seminars from their second year. However, students in their first year can register for one Seminar per semester only if the faculty member in charge grants special approval.
The syllabus for Seminars will become available ahead of the other lecture courses in the semester preceding the semester in which the Seminar is held. Each Seminar has its own student screening, so students should check the syllabus for the screening process and dates.
During their fourth year, students create a Graduation Project, such as a written thesis or a work, as a culmination of their learning at SFC centered on the Seminar. One of the requirements for graduation is to register and earn credits for Graduation Project 1 during the first semester of the fourth year, and Graduation Project 2 during the second semester of the fourth year.
The faculty member overseeing the Graduation Project is called the Graduation Project mentor. In order to take a Graduation Project course, the student must apply for and receive approval from a mentor during the designated period. While consulting with the Graduation Project mentor, the student will create a research result such as a thesis or work, and have it assessed and approved.
In order to complete the Graduation Project mentor application, a student must have earned at least 4 credits in one of the "Aspects" designated by the mentor, by the semester prior to the application, that is, in principle, by the first semester of the third year. In addition, there may be other requirements to be fulfilled, so start course planning early to fulfill your "Aspects" and other requirements.
You can check the "Aspects" and other requirements specified by Graduation Project mentors here.
In principle, the application process begins at the end of the first semester of your third year (around September or March). You can apply for the preliminary application, first-round application, and second-round application online and view the results. The application details are provided on keio.jp or the Keio University Student Website.
There is no selection screening for preliminary applications. Register the Graduation Project mentor of your choice before the course registration period and create your course registration plan while communicating with them.
Amendment forms must be used to make amendments. Amendment forms can be downloaded from keio.jp.
* If you do not register for Graduation Project 1 in the semester after your application for a faculty member to act as your mentor was accepted, your acceptance will be cancelled and you will have to apply again.
In Graduation Project 1, students make plans and preparations for completing the Graduation Project 2 result work in the following semester. Credits from Graduation Project 1 must first be earned in order to take Graduation Project 2.
If changing a Graduation Project mentor after having earned credits for Graduation Project 1, you must register for Graduation Project 1 again.
However, for students who plan to study abroad in the first semester of the fourth year, if an Application for Study Abroad is approved by the Faculty Board and the necessary processes before and after study abroad are completed, Graduation Project 2 can be registered for without earning credits for Graduation Project 1. For details, contact the SFC Academic Affairs Office.
Students create a result work, such as a thesis or work, and present it for evaluation and assessment. Only students who have earned credits for Graduation Project 1 can take Graduation Project 2. Credits for Graduation Project 2 must be acquired to graduate.
In order to earn credits for Graduation Project 2, a result work must be submitted during the designated period. Details are provided on keio.jp.
As a rule, submitted result works are presented within the University. Pass/fail is reflected in the grade given for Graduation Project 2.
Special research projects are held by faculty members in charge of Seminars during summer or spring breaks to carry out research that cannot be conducted during the semester.
Students must register for the special research project in the semester immediately after attending it, and these courses cannot be cancelled.
One special research project, either Special Research Project A or Special Research Project B, can be registered for in a single semester for credit required for advancement to the next year or graduation. To register for multiple special research projects, all courses except for the first one should be registered as Optional Subjects.
If a temporary leave of absence or study abroad is planned for the semester immediately following participation, be sure to consult with the Academic Affairs Office when applying for a temporary leave of absence or study abroad.
Students will be allowed to register for Fieldwork-related Courses, such as "Field Research 1/2" after conducting research (fieldwork) or working in the companies (internship) during the spring or summer breaks within or outside Japan. Both activities must be related to individual research themes. Students who wish to take such courses must carefully read the guidelines below and submit necessary documents during the submission period in order to obtain approval before they begin fieldwork research or internship. Students are not permitted to register for any Fieldwork-related Courses when they conducted fieldwork research or internship during semester.
Students who wish to take such courses must carefully read the "Guideline" below and submit necessary documents during the submission period.
Students who will conduct overseas activities such as fieldwork, internships, etc., for fieldwork-related courses are required to undertake a comprehensive assessment of measures for safety in relation to public security in the relevant overseas country/region.
Criteria for Conducting Overseas Fieldwork and Internships
Keio University requires students participating in Fieldwork Courses overseas to enroll in Overseas Students Safety Management Assistance provided by Emergency Assistance Japan Co., Ltd. and a comprehensive overseas travel insurance that meets the requirements set by the university.
We announce latest schedule on keio.jp "News".
After submission deadline, we cannot accept documents.
|Submission of Plan sheet||Around late June|
|Submission of reports||Deadline which a lecturer decide|
|Submission of Plan sheet||Around late December|
|Submission of reports||Deadline which a lecturer decide|
You can register for "Program Courses" that are accepted by the Graduate School of Media and Governance (excluding courses held in parallel with the undergraduate faculties) and some courses offered by the Graduate School of Human Relations, the Graduate School of Law, and Law School by going through the required process.
Applicable courses: Program Courses (excluding courses held in parallel with the undergraduate faculties)
Students can register for Program Courses (excluding courses held in parallel with the undergraduate faculties) offered by the Graduate School of Media and Governance while enrolled as an undergraduate, and if they advance to the Graduate School of Media and Governance after graduation, up to 8 credits earned from these courses may be counted as credits required for completing the master's program. The process for course registration is as follows:
Visit the website of each graduate school for details.
The International Center offers courses during the summer and spring break periods each year. For details, refer to the International Center website and also attend the program orientation session held at the beginning of each semester.
To search for courses offered by the International Center, go to the course registration page. Select "Other" in the "Day" field in the International Center Class timetable. Courses should be registered in "Column A." The "fields" that students can register for differ by course, and the courses listed below are automatically assigned "fields" as follows:
|Summer School at Christ Church College, Oxford||Language Communication courses (English)|
|Summer School at Downing College, Cambridge|
|Summer School at College of William And Mary|
|Summer School at University of Notre Dame|
|Spring School at Sciences Po: European Studies|
|Spring School at Singapore Management University|
|Spring School at The University of Sydney|
|Spring School at Tufts University|
|Summer School at Lincoln College, Oxford||Optional Subjects|
* Offered courses differ by academic year. Check the International Center website for details.
You can register for Safety, Health and Wellness course offered by the Student Affairs Center online in the Spring and Fall Semesters as Optional Subjects. See here for details.
You can participate in the Contemporary Study on Teacher course, Basic Theory of Education course, and School Curriculum Studies course offered by the Teacher Training Center even in your first year as long as you are in your second semester or above. You should, however, check the notice boards, etc., to confirm which specific classes are accepting participants, since these differ depending on the academic year (for example, you are allowed to only participate in classes held during a particular semester and on specified days and class periods and not others even if they are named the Contemporary Study on Teacher course). Please note that if you are a first-year student at the Shonan Fujisawa Campus registering for these courses, in principle, you are required to register for them in the semester in which you participate in them.
Please refer to the Japanese version for details.
The details will be announced at keio.jp.
The details will be announced at keio.jp.
Registration methods and periods for courses offered by other faculties, research institutes, etc., may differ from those for courses offered by the Faculty of Policy Management and the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies. Be careful when registering for these courses.
Be sure to confirm the course information, description, and syllabus for each course before registering. Courses offered by other faculties, etc. may be taken only if the following two requirements are met:
You can only register for courses described in "Courses that May be Registerd for" above. Make sure that you select the appropriate field (refer to "Courses, Number of Credits, Fields") and register within the registration period.
You must choose the appropriate field and register it. Please refer to "Courses, Number of Credits, Fields."
Other faculties have student year restrictions for registering for certain courses. These restrictions should be followed. Many courses offered at the Mita and Yagami campuses require that students have at least advanced to their third year. (However, the Faculty of Letters at Mita Campus requires students to have advanced to at least their second year.)
For Common Courses at Hiyoshi Campus, student year designations for course registration may differ according to the faculty to which the student belongs. Find the timetable for your student year (e.g., the timetable for first-year students if you are a first-year student) from among the timetables for the main faculty (faculty overseeing the course) of the course to be taken.
If you intend to take a course at SFC and a course offered at another campus (including those offered in the Toho Building), they cannot be registered for in consecutive class periods. There must be an interval of at least one class period to allow time for commuting between campuses. Students may not register for courses that are logistically impossible to attend when taking courses on multiple campuses. Students are not permitted to take courses along the lines of the following examples. Example 1: Taking a course that has 3rd period classes on Mita Campus and a course that has 4th period classes on Hiyoshi Campus. Example 2: Taking a course that has 2nd period classes on Mita Campus and a course that has 3rd period classes on Shonan Fujisawa Campus. If commuting between the Hiyoshi and Mita campuses, students are permitted to take courses in which the 2nd and 3rd periods respectively fall before and after lunch. However, students should be aware that they may be late to such classes at times.
Check the "Guidelines for Taking Online Classes" available on sites such as K-LMS. If classes are offered in consecutive periods on different campuses, it is possible to register for them if one or both of them are conducted online (for example, taking a 1st period class in-person on Hiyoshi Campus followed by a 2nd period class online that is conducted from Mita Campus). However, students are not permitted to take a 1st period class offered by SFC (9:25-10:55) and a 2nd period class offered by other campuses (10:45-12:15) as class hours overlap with one another. On the other hand, it is permitted to take a 1st period class offered by other campuses (9:00-10:30) and a 2nd period class offered by SFC (11:10-12:40). Even if classes are conducted in an online format, there may be cases that would cause inconveniences in the setup of your class schedule, such as a portion of class sessions or examinations being conducted in-person. When taking classes for courses offered on different campuses in consecutive class periods for which one or both courses are conducted online, the student will be responsible for checking the syllabus for the details of the class format and confirming with the course instructors to make sure there will be no conflicts in registering for these courses.
Credits for year-long courses are divided equally between the Spring Semester and the Fall Semester to fulfill credit requirements. Credits and grades for year-long courses are given at the end of the Fall Semester only and will not be divided by semester.
Set courses are conducted over the Spring and Fall semesters as a set (or pair of courses). Therefore, registration in only one course of a set is not possible. Grades for set courses are given collectively at the end of the Fall Semester. However, when the set of courses are held in the same semester, grades will be given at the end of the said semester.
Course cancellation for year-long courses, set courses, and Spring Semester courses must be done in the Spring Semester course cancellation period, and for Fall Semester courses in the Fall Semester course cancellation period. However, you cannot cancel courses that are listed in "(Undergraduate faculties) Courses for which cancellation by students of other undergraduate faculties/graduate schools is not permitted." Make sure to check this list as well as the course registration information for each faculty posted on the Keio University Student Website.
Also, you cannot cancel or make amendments to year-long or Fall Semester courses in the Fall Semester course registration or amendment periods, if the courses were registered for in the Spring Semester.
The fields for each course offered by other research institutes or centers are shown below. Make sure that the field is appropriate before registering.
* Register for these courses in the same way as those offered by other faculties.
* In the case that the below courses are held at the same course period and by the same professor (a course held in parallel with another faculty), you can register for those courses as courses offered by other faculties (the field will then be different. Example: The course "Modern Japan and Yukichi Fukuzawa 1" offered at the Fukuzawa Memorial Institute for Modern Japanese Studies is listed as a general education course at the Faculty of Economics on the Hiyoshi timetable).
|Research institutes or centers that offer courses||Fields|
|International Center||04-01-01 Courses Offered by Other Faculties, etc.
90-01-02 Optional Subjects and Others
|Research Center for Liberal Arts||90-01-02 Optional Subjects and Others|
|Fukuzawa Memorial Institute for Modern Japanese Studies|
|Research Center for Foreign Language Education|
|Institute of Cultural and Linguistic Studies|
|Institute of Oriental Classics (Shido Bunko)|
|Institute for Journalism, Media & Communication Studies|
|Global Research Institute|
|Institute of Physical Education|
|Teacher Training Center|
|Student Affairs Center|
Course Registration FAQ
What should I do if I forget my password?
I've obtained permission to register, but get an error message saying "NOT PERMITTED".
An error message is displayed when a student who has not obtained advance permission to register in Designated Classes or Courses with Restriction on the Number of Students attempts to register such courses.
I'd like to know how to register Graduation Projects.
Go to "Search by Timetable", select "4th Year" for the student year and "Others" for the day of the week. Or, go to "Search by Registration Number", and input your registration number, and complete registration.
Some courses have similar course names, but with different contents in brackets, e.g., "Civil Law (Property)" and "Civil Law (Family Law)", or "Region and Society (Asia-Pacific)" and "Region and Society (Europe and CIS Countries)", etc. Is it possible to register these as separate courses so they are included in credits for advancement/graduation?
Yes. If the course names have different content in the brackets, they are not considered to be duplicate courses. Note: This does not apply to subjects with (GIGA) in the course title and subjects held at other faculties.
Is it required to register Class Designated Courses for the 1st semester (the enrolled semester)?
No. Please carefully check the requirements for advancement and graduation and how to register them after the 2nd semester on the SFC GUIDE, however.
I belong to one of the Keio University Athletic Association. Is it necessary for me to register for Physical Education courses?
Yes, course registration for Physical Education courses is compulsory. Please consult with a full-time physical education faculty member for information on the handling of students belonging to the Athletic Association.
Must I register my Graduation Project Mentor's Seminar in order to register for a Graduation Project?
It is not compulsory, however you should follow the instructions of your Graduation Project Mentor.
Can I chose a faculty member from another faculty (Part-time Lecturer or Professor Emeritus) as my Graduation Project Mentor?
Only SFC full-time faculty members can become Graduation Project Mentors.
Is it possible for students not in the GIGA Program to register courses that are indicated by (GIGA)?
Yes. However, all courses in the GIGA Program are offered in English only. Please be aware that specific English ability may be required to take the course. (i.e. TOEFL (PBT) score of 525 or above: the same level as the requirement for Project English C)
Do language courses offered at other faculties count towards SFC Language Communication courses?
I am unable to advance/graduate due to registration failures in courses with student number restrictions or pre-registration of foreign languages. What can I do?
Unfortunately, the only thing you can do is to find different courses that you are able to register for at this time.
Is it possible to audit a course without registering?
No, the audit system is available only for non-degree students. Please register for each course you plan to take.
If I earned C in a course, then re-registered and earned A or B, would my grades be overwritten?
No. The former grade will not be overwritten. In addition, courses with the same name can be registered only once, even if the instructor differs, to earn credits required for advancement to the next year or graduation, in principle.
Can I re-register for a course that I failed (received a grade of D)?
Yes, it is possible. However, even if you pass and earn credits the second time you take the course, your previous grade of D will not be overwritten.