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University Admissions Policy

University-wide

Undergraduate

Musashi University has established core educational goals for the University based on the three founding principles of Musashi Academy. The human resource development, educational, and research goals of each faculty and graduate school are established based on the three principles. The University seeks motivated students who match the descriptors below, who fully understand our educational philosophies and goals, and who want to grow as global citizens.
 
  1. Those able to share Musashi Academy’s three founding principles and Musashi University’s basic educational goals of Independence, Dialogue, and Practice
  2. Those motivated to study liberal arts broadly, to attain specialized knowledge, and to contribute to society through active cooperation with others
  3. Those possessing the basic academic abilities needed to study at the University
  4. Those motivated to cultivate global thinking and to master foreign-language abilities in order to understand foreign cultures
  5. Those respectful of the human rights of other individuals

Through various diversified entrance examination methodologies, Musashi University evaluates the basic academic abilities required to learn at the University, the motivation to learn, and other learner characteristics in multifaceted ways. Specific details are provided in the Admissions Policies of individual faculties and departments.


Graduate school

Musashi University has established core educational goals for the University based on the three founding principles of Musashi Academy. The human resource development, educational, and research goals of each faculty and graduate school are established based on the three principles. The University seeks students motivated to conduct specialized research in its graduate schools who match the descriptors below, and who fully understand our educational philosophies and goals.
 
The Graduate Program (M.A. Section), seeks those motivated to become highly specialized individuals or independent researchers by mastering academic abilities cultivated from the broad range of liberal-arts knowledge obtained in their bachelor’s degree programs and to acquire the practical foreign-language abilities needed to carry out research in individual fields of specialization. Alternatively, it seeks those motivated to contribute to society by attaining more specialized knowledge and skills based on the experiences built up in their professional careers to date.
 
The Graduate Program (Ph.D. Section), seeks those motivated to complete their doctoral theses successfully by attaining the ability to carry out advanced independent research activities characterized by individuality and the scholarship on which these are based, in specialized research domains—all based on the abundant specialized knowledge and advanced practical foreign-language skills attained through the Graduate Program (M.A. Section) and other educational experiences.

Individual faculties and graduate schools

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