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International Program in Agricultural Development Studies (IPADS) is an English-language MSc and PhD Program, sole at the Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, the University of Tokyo. Issue-oriented rather than methodology-oriented, this exciting international program offers its candidates the opportunity to develop the requisite expertise and skills across discipline and country boundaries to tackle agricultural and environmental problems in developing countries around the globe. Graduates will be well-equipped to make a difference in the modern, globalized industry of agriculture and contribute to the sustainable provision of food and ecosystem services in the world.

The academic year at IPADS begins in September each year. Throughout the program, students are actively involved in the School’s research community, participating in weekly seminars, thematic workshops and academic conferences. Credit points for the research component of the program (8 credits for International Master’s Research and 4 credits for IPADS Research Seminars) are awarded for these activities, which are designed to build a foundation to write a high-quality Master’s thesis. With the program coordinator’s prior approval, students can enroll in other subjects offered at the University in lieu of one or more of the above subjects.

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Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences

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Toàn thời gian (3 năm)

Học phí
¥520,800.00 (109,531,010 đ) một năm
Ngày bắt đầu

Dự kiến Tháng Chín 2020

Địa điểm

University of Tokyo

Hongo Campus,

7 Chome-3-1, Bunkyo,


Hokuriku region,

113-8654, Japan

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Candidates must be a holder of a Master's degree or an equivalent status including Ph.D. candidateship.

Dành cho sinh viên quốc tế

To be admitted into IPADS, applicants must:

  • hold a Master’s degree or equivalent from a recognized institution (to enter PhD)
  • have the following criteria: TOEFL – 98 and above, IELTS – 7.0 and above.
  • possess an excellent academic record and sound plan for their Master’s/PhD research