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Chiba University

千葉大学 (chibadaigaku) / CU

Graduate School of Horticulture

Overview

Departments and Divisions
Academic Program
Typical Length of Program
Degrees
Division of Environmental Horticulture
First Stage of Doctoral Program (Master's degree-awarding)
2
Masters
(Agriculture/Philosophy)
Division of Environmental Horticulture
Second Stage of Doctoral Program (Doctoral degree-awarding)
3
Doctoral
(Philosophy(Agriculture)/Philosophy(Landscape Architecture)/Philosophy(Philosophy))
Academic Calendar

First Stage of Doctoral Program (Master's degree-awarding)

Entry Timing: Apr. Oct.

Second Stage of Doctoral Program (Doctoral degree-awarding)

Entry Timing: Apr. Oct.
List of Courses and Schedule
Curriculum
Link
Degree Programs Offered in English
First Stage of Doctoral Program (Master's degree-awarding)
Available
The Environmental Horticulture Expert Program is a program conducted in English that was launched in October 2009 with the aim of fostering experts and building education and research networks in the fields of protected horticulture and landscape architecture.

Second Stage of Doctoral Program (Doctoral degree-awarding)
Available
This program offers international students, including those from pertner universities, a broad-based educational program in English that provides essential technical, management, and leadership skills, based on the in-depth knowledge on “food and environment.”

Curriculum Policy of Institution
Contact Info (for International Students)
Faculty of Horticulture Academic Affairs Group
81-47-308-8715
engei-kokusai@chiba-u.jp
Degree Awarding Policy

Program Profile

Official Website
Brochures and App Form
School Features
Link
  • Evening Course Available
Criteria for Awarding Degrees
Supplementary Japanese Language Class
Available
Link
Curriculum Policy of Institution
Japanese Language Course at an Affiliated School (Separate Admission Process for the University)

Study Abroad Programs (Incl. in and outbound) / Length of Program
Short-term Study Abroad to Japan
Link up to 2 wks
Exchange Programs with Partner Institutions Overseas
Link 6 mos / 1 yr
Short-term Study Abroad to Japan
Link up to 2 wks
Short-term Study Abroad Programs from Japan
Link up to 2 wks / 1 mo
Other Study Abroad Programs
Link up to 2 wks / 1 mo / 3 mos
Double/Dual/Joint Degree Programs
Students may Apply
MEXT Research Students Scholarship
Prospective Students may Apply
Types of Professional Qualifications
  • Teacher's License
  • Nature Restoration Assisatnt Promoter

Students

As of May 1, 2020

total
343
Students

Students

Number of International Students by Nationality

First Stage of Doctoral Program (Master's degree-awarding)

Number of Spring Admissions
87
Number of Spring International Admissions
8
Number of Non-degree Seeking Students
10
Number of Graduating Students in 2020 (International Students)
124 (33)
Completion Rate in 2020
Completion Rate of Doctoral Programs for International Students in 2020

Second Stage of Doctoral Program (Doctoral degree-awarding)

Number of Spring Admissions
17
Number of Spring International Admissions
12
Number of Non-degree Seeking Students
0
Number of Graduating Students in 2020 (International Students)
24 (13)
Completion Rate in 2020
Completion Rate of Doctoral Programs for International Students in 2020
100 %

Faculty

As of May 1, 2020

List of Academic Staff/Faculty Members (Title, Degree and Achievements)
Total Number of Academic Staff/Faculty Members
74
  • Student : Faculty Ratio (both Full-time)

    343:74

Number of International Academic Staff/Faculty Members (by Gender)

Professors
Associate Professors
Lecturers
Assistant Professors
Research Associates
Total
%
Male
31
21
4
7
0
63
85
Female
3
4
3
1
0
11
14
International Faculty
2
0
0
0
0
2
2

Post-graduate Pathways

As of May 1, 2020

First Stage of Doctoral Program (Master's degree-awarding)

Number of Graduating Students who Continue Education
5
Number of Graduating Students Employed (Upon Graduation)
79

Second Stage of Doctoral Program (Doctoral degree-awarding)

Number of Graduating Students who Continue Education
0
Number of Graduating Students Employed (Upon Graduation)
6
Main Pathways for International Students
BCS JAPAN/Chiba University/University of Tokyo/AXIS/NIKKEN SEKKEI/NIHON SEKKEI
Number of International Graduating Students Employed in Japan (Upon Graduation)
12
Information on Career Prospects
Internships and Other Opportunities
  • Internships/On-the-job training in Japan (Convert to credit)
  • Internships/training outside Japan (Convert to credit)
  • Internships/training in Japan (Convert not to credit)
  • Internships/training outside Japan (Convert not to credit)
Career Support

Voices of International Students
International Alumni Networks

Campus Location

Campus
Matsudo Campus
686, Matsudo, Matsudo-shi, Chiba, 271-8510, Chiba Google Map
Access Map
Location Type
Urban
Facilities and Services
  • Athletic grounds and facilities (e.g., gyms)
  • Facilities for extracurricular activities
  • Rest areas
  • Computer rooms
  • Environments for independent learning other than the library (e.g., learning commons)
  • Barrier-free universal design
  • Cafeteria/On-campus store
  • Free Wi-Fi for students

Entrance Exam for International Students

As at 15th 10 2020

Admission Policy of Institution
Entrance examination provisions for international students
Available
Name of Procedures for International Admissions and Program
Environmental Horticulture Expert Program
Link
Double Degree Program
Link
Consultation for Prospective Students Overseas
Special Arrangement on Admission for Persons with Disabilities
  • Consideration given to location of exam room (e.g., distance from restroom and elevator)
  • Other special measures such as use of walking sticks, hearing aids, wheelchairs, and specially made desks, etc.
Transfer within the Institution
Eligible to Apply
Transfer from Another Institution
Options for Testing / Qualifications
  • Requires English language proficiency (TOEIC)
  • Requires English language proficiency (TOEFL)
  • Requires English language proficiency (IELTS)
Remarks
  • Online application available
  • Examination fees and other charges payable by credit card or online payment system
  • Exams offered outside Japan/interviews during admissions screening conducted abroad (including instances where applicants may come to Japan before receiving an admission decision)
  • Entrance examinations conducted locally and admission interviews conducted at sites outside Japan (travel to Japan required before admission procedure)
  • Travel to Japan not required before admission procedure
Application Timing
Jun. / Dec.

Entrance Exam for All Students

Information on Selection Method (for All Students)

First Stage of Doctoral Program (Master's degree-awarding)

  • General

Second Stage of Doctoral Program (Doctoral degree-awarding)

  • General
  • Entrance examination provisions for international students

Tuition and Fees

As at 14th 10 2020

First Stage of Doctoral Program (Master's degree-awarding)

Total Estimated Costs
3,814,628 yen
Tuition Fees
First Year   Max: 642,960 yen / Min: 642,960 yen
Second Year   Max: 535,800 yen / Min: 535,800 yen
Link
Admission Fee
282,000 yen
Other Charges
First Year   6,430 yen
Link

Second Stage of Doctoral Program (Doctoral degree-awarding)

Tuition Fees
First Year   Max: 642,960 yen / Min: 642,960 yen
Second Year   Max: 520,800 yen / Min: 520,800 yen
Third Year   Max: 520,800 yen / Min: 520,800 yen
Link
Other Charges
First Year   9,620 yen
Link
Estimated Housing and Utilities Cost (Per Month)
60,710 yen
Estimated Food Cost (Per Month)
27,349 yen
Estimated Textbooks and Supplies Cost (Per Month)
5,018 yen
Fees Charged during Student Short-time Leave
no payment

Special Payment Arrangements

As at 14th 10 2020

Late Payment Plan
Available
Installment Payment Plan
Available
Tuition Waivers
Student may Apply for Waiver or Reduction of Tuition
Link

Scholarships/Loans

Grants (All Students may Apply)
Available
Grants (All International Students may Apply)
Available
Loans (All Students may Apply)
Available
Details