Information Physics & Computing

Admission Guide

Admissions on Graduate School

Admission Guide

  • 2022 Admission Guide for Department of Information Physics and Computing is now available. (Updated: May 22, May 27)
    • Admission Guide (systemR04e.pdf)
    • Preference Card [English/Master] (preference_card-2022e_Master.docx)
    • Preference Card [English/Doctor] (preference_card-2022e_Doctor.docx)
    • E-mail is only available for contacting Department Administration Office:
      office _AT_ office.keisu.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp (Repalce "_AT_" with "@")
    • For Examinations on Specialized Subjects, students shall choose one subject from among the following: "Information Physics and Computing", "Computer Science", and "Information and Communication Engineering".
    • Based on the interdisciplinary nature of the Department of Information Physics and Computing, this Department seeks applicants from a wide range of fields, both inside and outside The University of Tokyo, with a fundamental understanding and knowledge of mechanics, electricity, physics, mathematics, and information. Examination subjects have been selected to ensure that applicants from diverse disciplines who are not students of The University of Tokyo can take the Examinations under conditions that are fair to all, with no priority or advantages offered to persons already registered at The University of Tokyo.

  • For entrance examination briefing for AY2022 admission, please see Admissions on Graduate School page.


Archives of Past Entrance Exams on Information Physics and Computing

Past Exam Archives on Graduate School
  • For Academic Year 2021, Master
    • Information Physics and Computing, Oral exam B (Japanese&English) 2021system-je.pdf/1.1M

    ※ Online oral exams were conducted instead of Written exams. Online oral exams consisted of Oral exams A, B, and C. Oral exam A was regarding mathematics, Oral exam B was regarding Specialized subjects, and Oral exam C was a comprehensive exam regarding Oral exams A and B, and research plan. Students were required to select and solve one among six problems in Oral exam B.
    ※ Specialized subjects of "information physics and computing" were the only option.
    ※ The format of the exam was different from the usual ones. Refer to this year's Admission Guide for the latest information.

  • For Academic Year 2020, Master

  • For Academic Year 2019, Master
  • For Academic Year 2018, Master
  • For Academic Year 2017, Master
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