Academic Calendar

2018.4.1 First day of the Academic year
2018.4.5 Entrance Ceremony
2018.4.10 Guidance for New Students
2018.4.10 Welcome party for New Students
2018.4.11 Start of the 1st Semester
2018.5.26 1st Admission Guidance Session 2018-2019
2018.6.7 School Festival (7 June - 10 June)
2018.6.23 2nd Admission Guidance Session 2018-2019
2018.8.7 End of the 1st Semester
2018.8. Open Days [Nagoya University]
2018.8.21-22 1st Entrance Examination [for Spring Admission in 2019 / Autumn Admission in 2018]
2018.10.1 Autumn Entrance Ceremony
2018.10.2 Start of the 2nd Semester
2018.11.24 3rd Admission Guidance Session 2019
2019.2. Master Thesis Presentation
2019.2.8 End of the 2nd Semester
2019.2. 2nd Entrance Examination [for Spring Admission in 2019]
2019.3.25 Graduation Ceremony
2019.3.31 End of the School Year

earth with us

The central goal for earth and planetary science is to understand our irreplaceable earth. To understand the workings of the planets, their past present and future, we marshal a wide range of methods and technologies. Many phenomena that characterize the planets are complexly interrelated and take place on time and length scales too large to be reproduced in the laboratory. However, these phenomena can be analyzed and understood in terms of the fundamental laws such as physics and chemistry.

The goal of our educational program is to teach and guide students so they graduate with the tools and knowledge needed to contribute to the future development of both our one and only earth and its human population.