Admission Policy

Ideals of Desirable Students Whom We Welcome
In modern society, where people face highly complicated problems that cannot be understood by intuition, human resources who can, using mathematical science by which principles governing things or structures can be discovered, create new values in nature, society and human beings and bring about major changes (innovation) are required. The School of Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences has adopted “the creation, development, and transmission of mathematical science that contributes to society” as its philosophy, and sets as its goal the fostering of human resources who have a wide range of interests and healthy social common sense, and can work on an international level by dealing with various problems in modern society using the knowledge and skills of mathematics and information, which are universal and powerful tools. To accomplish the philosophy and goal described above, the following types of students are welcomed.
1. students who have an awareness of their own missions and roles, keeping their eye on the world based on our guiding principles, “Rights and Liberty, Independence and Self-government,” and can, cooperating and living in harmony with other people, establish their own individuality;
2. vigorous students who have a wide range of interests in phenomena in societies and nature and are motivated to tackle exploration of mathematical science; and
3. students who take a proactive stance toward relationships with others and are motivated to create new concepts and values that can bring about richness to human beings and societies.
Efforts in Learning in High School or Other Educational Facilities Expected of Applicants for Enrollment
Learning in the School of Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences is conducted on the basis of the acquisition of mathematical science and information technology. Every subject, including elementary items, are graciously taught after enrollment. We expect students to sufficiently acquire elementary knowledge of mathematics in particular in high school. Please try to figure out the reason why a problem can be solved in a certain way and learn to critically think why a certain concept is necessary. If you have time to spare, please endeavor to develop familiarity with narrativity or background such as theoretical frameworks. In addition, with respect to English, which has become more important in the modern era of rapidly expanding globalization, a grounded acquisition of skills taught in high school will lead to advanced learning at university. 

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