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    Faculty of Engineering

    Miyazaki University1. Graduate school code 56

    2. Maximum number of

    participants6 participants per year

    3. Fields of Study

    Engineering Agriculture (including Fishery, Dairy and Livestock)

    Science Marine Science

    Commerce Economics / Business Administration

    Medical Science Social Welfare Tourism ICT

    Political Science / Public Administration

    Others( )

    4. Program and Degree

    (1) Graduate Course in Applied Chemistry, Graduate Course in Civil and

    Environmental Engineering / Master of Engineering

    (2) Graduate Course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Graduate

    Course in Applied Physics, / Master of Engineering

    (3)Graduate Course in Mechanical Systems Engineering, Graduate Course

    in Computer Science and Systems Engineering / Master of Engineering

    5. Standard time table(Years needed for

    graduation)

    2 years as a Masters Student

    Starting as a Research Student up to 6 months, then 2 years as a

    Masters Student after passing the entrance exam

    (First Batch can start as a Masters Student)

    2 years as a Masters Student OR Starting as a Research Student up

    to 6 months, then 2 years as a Masters Student after passing the

    exam. (Depend on the capacity of the applicants)

    6. Language of program

    (1) Lecture: All lectures in English

    (2) Text: English but Japanese text will be used partially while English

    instructions are given orally.

    (3) Laboratory work: Safety instructions are written in English. Conducting

    of the research is generally instructed by the supervisor in English.(4) Seminar: Seminars including Japanese students are generally in

    Japanese, but there are many occasions where foreign students can

    interact in seminars in English.

    7. Desirable English

    level and Necessary

    Academic

    background

    (1) TOEFL IBT :68, PBT 520, IELTS 5.5 is required

    (2) At least 16 years of academic background or equivalent

    Applicants must have non-Japanese nationality and meet one of the

    following requirements

    (1) Those who have completed 16 years of school education in the

    countries other than Japanor are scheduled to complete it by thetime of admission

    (2) Those who have completed 16 years of school education in the

    countries other than Japan, including whose own countrys

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    correspondence courses attended in Japan,or who are scheduled

    to complete it by the time of admission.

    (3) Those who have completed 15 years of school education in

    countries other than Japan, and are recognized by the GraduateSchool of Engineering of Miyazaki University(GSE-UOM) to have

    obtained the obligatory credits with excellent scores.

    (4) Those who have been individually examined the qualifications and

    are recognized by GSE-UOM as having academic ability equal to,

    or superior to university or college graduates, and are aged 22

    years old or over.

    8. Website

    (1) Faculty of Engineering

    http://www.miyazaki-u.ac.jp/tech/engineering_e.html

    (2) University of Miyazaki

    http://www.miyazaki-u.ac.jp/english/

    9. Professors and Associate Professors

    Graduate Course in Applied Chemistry

    HIROSE Jun: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Structure, function and engineering of redox enzymes

    2) Enzymatic degradation of lignin, 3) Transformation of biomass products into fine chemicals

    MATSUMOTO Jin: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Water-soluble porphyrin with bioaffinity,

    2) Photochemical material transformation in micro reaction fields

    3) Preparation and application of photopolymerizable vesicles

    MATSUNAGA Naoki: Dr. Eng., Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Development of photocatalyst materials, 2) Development of electrolyte materials for SOFCs

    3) Development of bioceramics for artificial bone

    MATSUSHITA Yoh-ichi: PhD, Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Isolation and bioactive assy of chemical components from plant biomass

    2) Synthesis of biological active compounds from naturally abundant materials

    3) Utilization of polymer components in woody and herbaceous plant as bioenergy source

    MIYATAKE Munetoshi: Dr. Eng, Assistant Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Arsenic removal using microorganisms

    2) Production of functional oligosaccharides using microorganisms

    3) Production of useful material from industrial waste using microorganisms

    OSHIMA Tatsuya: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Development of adsorbents and extractants for separation of peptides and proteins

    2) Development of novel extractants for separation of rare metals

    3) Development of novel cellulosic materials

    4) Development of detergent for remediation of soil polluted by heavy metals

    SAKAI Go: PhD, Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Development of highly sensitive semiconductor gas sensors

    2) Development of electrocatalysts for PEFCs

    3) Development of positive electrode materials for secondary batteries

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    SHIOMORI Koichiro: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Preparation and application of microcapsules

    2) Separation process using solvent extraction technique

    3) Preparation and application for separation process of cryogels4) Preparation of arsenic adsorbent and its application for treatment of ground water

    SHIRAGAMI Tsutomu: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Photocatalysis of metalloporphyrin complexes

    2) Photofunctions of porpyrin/inorganic clay complexes, 3) Emission properties of ionic liquids

    SUGAMOTO Kazuhiro: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Synthesis and biological activities of flavonoid derivatives

    2) Biological activities of plant extracts, 3) Development of eco-friendly organic synthesis

    TSUTSUMI Ken: Dr. Eng., Assistant Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Development of heterogeneous catalysts 2) Development of photocatalytic reactions

    3) Catalytic conversion of biomassYASUDA Masahide: PhD, Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Bactericidal technique using porphyrin photocatalyst

    2) Development of photofunctional silica gel beads

    YOKOI Haruhiko: PhD, Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Environmental protection using microorganisms

    2) Production of useful materials using microorganisms

    YUI, Toshifumi: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Crystal and molecular structures of polysaccharide and their functions

    2) Recognition of proteins with carbohydrate substrates

    Graduate Course in Civil and Environmental Engineering

    DEGUCHI Chikashi: Dr. Eng., Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Project management for city planning and transportation planning

    2) Public Private Partnership (PPP) and PFI for developing and maintenance of public facilities

    3) Management of community bus systems

    SHIMAMOTO Hiroshi: Dr. Eng., Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Transportation network modeling, 2) Public transportation planning

    3) Reliability issues of transportation, 4) Evacuation planning against natural disaster

    DOTE Yutaka: Dr. Eng., Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Phosphorus and potassium recovery from organic residues

    2) Utilization of MSWI residues, 3) Control of leachate quality, 4) Management of landfill site

    HARADA Takanori: PhD, Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Diagnosis of seismic performance of civil and industrial infrastructures and their mitigation method

    2) Computer simulation of seismic ground motion and 3D inelastic response behaviors of civil

    and industrial infrastructures

    3) Estimation of subsurface ground structure using seismic wave and its application to seismic

    hazard map, 4) Earthquake engineering issues

    KAMEI Takeshi: PhD, Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Contribution to building a sustainable society by recycling of waste plasterboard

    2) In-situ tests using a Flat Dilatometer(DMT) and its reliability

    3) Development of simplified deformation analysis for embankment foundation

    using elasto-plastic model, 4) Geotechnical engineering for disaster mitigation and rehabilitation

    LI Chunhe: Ph.D., Associate Professor, Email:[email protected]

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    1) Long-term durability of cementitious materials,

    2) Influence of admixtures on material performance of concrete

    3) Influence of curing conditions on material performance of concrete

    4) Crack control of concrete structuresMURAKAMI Keisuke: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Development of management techniques for preserving coastal environment based on

    both field observation and numerical simulation

    2) Disaster mitigation against Tsunami, storm surge and waves on coastal area

    3) Development of multi purpose artificial reef for preserving appropriate beach environment

    4) Development of mitigation system against natural disaster in local community

    5) Development of appropriate soil management system on watershed area

    ONOUE Kouzou: PhD, Assistant Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Fatigue strength of concrete under repetitive loading, 2) Physical propertied of concrete

    3) Effective utilization of molten slag as aggregate for concrete4) Development of high-added-value solidified substance with industry by-product

    5) Deterioration mechanism and maintenance method of concrete structure

    SEKITO Tomoo: PhD, Assistant Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Utilization and environmental assessment of MSW treatment residues

    2) Sustainable recycling of municipal solid waste in developing countries

    3) Community-based household waste management and recycling behavior

    SEZAKI Mitsuhiro: Dr. Eng., Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Mechanical and numerical modeling of tunnel supporting materials

    2) Mechanics of failure around shallow tunnels, 3) Arsenic pollution of groundwater in India

    SUZUKI Yoshihiro: Dr. Eng., Dr. Fish. Sci., Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Monitoring of water quality in water environments

    2) Microbial source tracking in waterfront zones, 3) Application of foam separation

    4) Susceptibility of bacteria isolates collected from water environments in Japan to antibiotic agents

    5) Investigation of cause of long-term turbidity water in reservoirs

    Graduate Course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

    HAYASHI Noriyuki, Dr. Eng, Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Safety of Electricity

    2) Characterization of Electric Shock Currents and Electromagnetically-Induced Currents

    with respect to Human Exposure in low and intermediate frequencies

    3)Development of Advanced Electric Power System using New Energy Sources and

    New Storage System.

    4) Utilization of both Electric and Heat Energies Produced by Co-Generation systems.

    HODAKA Ichijo: PhD, Professor, E-mail: [email protected]

    1) System fault detection of switching converters

    2) Theoretical and experimental development of high-efficiency wireless power transfer

    3) Controller design of photovoltaic power generation system

    4) Fast computer algorithm for symbolic analysis of electronic circuits

    5) Approximate solutions of linear periodic differential equations

    6) Education materials of microcontroller embedded system

    KAKU Masanori: PhD, Assistant Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Generation of VUV ultrashort pulses using harmonic radiations

    2) Characterization of femtosecond pulses in VUV spectral region

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    YOKOTANI Atsushi: PhD, Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Material processing using vacuum ultraviolet radiation

    2) Development of a new technique for analysis of trace amount organic impurities

    3) Formed short pulse laser and their application4) Development of a new fabrication technique for fiber bragg grating sensors

    YOSHINO Kenji: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Development of compound semiconductor based solar cells

    2) Development of dye-sensitized solar cells

    3) Development of transparent conductive oxide materials

    Graduate Course in Applied Physics

    FUKUYAMA Atsuhiko: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Development of high-sensitive investigation method of deep defect levels in semiconductor using nonradiative

    transition2) Development of contactless investigation method of photovoltaic performance of solar cell materials

    3) Optical and electrical properties of photovoltaic materials, such as a-Si, micro-c-Si, and diamond-like carbon,

    III-V-N for multi-junction solar cells

    4) Carrier transport properties in quantum well and super lattice structured semiconductors

    IGARASI Akinori: PhD, Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Theoretical study on atomic collisions

    2) Theoretical study on laser-atom interactions

    IIDA Masato: Dr. Sci., Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Reaction-diffusion approximations to quasi-linear differential equations

    2) Stacked waves for reaction-diffusion systems and multi-phase invasion in population dynamics

    3) Mathematical models of bio-diffusion

    IZUHARA Hirofumi: Dr. Sci., Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Mathematical modeling and analysis for complex phenomena

    2) Theoretical study on tumor growth

    3) Self-organized pattern formation of biological species

    KON Ryusuke: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Biomathematics, Mathematical biology

    2) Dynamical systems (ordinary differential equations and difference equations), especially in biology

    3) Mathematical modeling of biological systems

    MAEDA Yukie: PhD, Assistant Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Experimental study of few-body problems and three-nucleon force effects

    2) Development of isotope targets

    MATSUDA Tatsuro, PhD, Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Experimental study of nucleon spin structure and meson spectroscopy

    2) Application of ECR ion source for material science

    3) Development of radiation detectors

    MORI Koji: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Observational study of high-energy astronomical objects with both ground-base and space-borne detectors

    2) Development of cosmic-X-ray detectors onboard satellite

    NISHIOKA Kensuke: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Development of concentrator photovoltaic systems

    2) Low temperature formation of silicon oxide thin film using reaction of dimethyl-silicone-oil and ozone gas

    3) Formation of antireflection structure for silicon solar cells using catalysis of silver nano particle

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    OHSAKI Akihiko: PhD, Professor, Email: [email protected]) Theoretical study on electron-molecule collisions

    2) Theoretical study of atomic processes in high density plasmas

    3) Quantum mechanical calculation for chemical reaction of 3-atomic systems

    OZONO Shigehira: PhD, Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Simulation of atmospheric turbulence using a multi-fan wind tunnel

    2) Aerodynamic characteristics of a bluff body under gusty winds

    3) Flow control under asymmetric environments

    TSUJIKAWA Tohru: Dr. Math. Sci., Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Exponential attractor of nonlinear dynamical systems reduced on reaction diffusion systems

    2) Matched asymptotic expansions and singular perturbation method.3) Dissipative structures and bifurcation phenomena

    4) Pattern formations in Chemical and Biological media

    UMEHARA Morimichi: Dr. Sci., Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Mathematical analysis of the basic equations of fluid mechanics

    2) Compressible and viscous fluid flow

    3) Astrophysical phenomena

    YAMAUCHI Makoto: Dr. Sci., Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Gamma-ray Bursts with multi-wavelength observation

    2) Observational study on active galactic nuclei

    3) Development of X-ray detectors onboard satellites

    Graduate Course in Mechanical Systems Engineering

    BONKOBARA Yasuhiro: Dr. Eng., Associate Professor, E-mail: [email protected]

    1) Approach to solving vibration problems in mechanical systems

    2) Hand-held vibrating tools using self-synchronization phenomena

    3) New method of multi damage identification analysis

    DENG Gang: Dr. Eng., Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Fatigue strength evaluation for machine elements

    2) Method for fatigue crack length measurement and fatigue crack initiation detection

    3) Biomechanics analysis on human joints and bones

    4) Development of the multipurpose harvest machine for root vegetables

    KAKAMI Akira: Ph.D., Associate Professor, E-mail: [email protected]

    1) Small rocket engine using liquefied gas propellants

    2) One-Newton class solid propellant microthruster using laser-assisted combustion

    3) Actively-controlled thrust measurement device for space propulsion device

    4) Design of Smart arcjet source

    KAWAMURA Ryuusuke: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Mathematical analysis of thermo-elastic problems for inhomogeneous medium

    2) Optimization of material composition for inhomogeneous medium

    3) Application of thermo-elastic analysis to evaluation of structures and materials

    4) Analysis and evaluation in structural integrity of concentrating solar thermal appliances

    KAWASUE Kikuhito: PhD, Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Computer vision and its application

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    2) Pipe measurement robot using Laser Projection Method

    3) 3D hand held scanner for shape measurement

    KINOSHITA Hiroyuki: PhD, Assistant Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Impact riveting2) Development of high-strength porous ceramics produced by recycling waste GFRP

    3) Development of green composite consists of woodchips and bamboo fibers

    NAGASE Yoshinori: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Heat transfer of combustion chamber of spark ignition engine

    2) Heat flux measurement on focal plane of solar concentrating system

    3) Measurement of gas flow velocity in combustion chamber of engine

    OKABE Tadashi: PhD, Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Development of analytical method for nonlinear oscillator with multi-degree- of freedom

    2) Development of optimization method of engineering design by Best Approximate Theory for implicit function

    3) Vibration reduction system with granular material by District Element MethodOHNISHI Osamu: Dr. Eng., Associate Professor, E-mail: [email protected]

    1) Fabrication of micro tools and micro cutting and grinding

    2) Cutting and grinding assisted by ultrasonic vibration

    3) High-value added precision polishing

    TOMOMATSU Shigeki: PhD, Assistant Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Concentrating solar power system

    2) Development of high efficiency biogas plant

    3) Combustion for spark ignition engine

    4) Flame structure for premixed turbulent combustion

    Graduate Course in Computer Science and Systems Engineering

    DATE Akira: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Computational neuroscience, 2) Information processing models: Minds and machines

    3) Neural representation and neural modeling, 4) Population dynamics of large networks of neurons

    5) Sparse coding of spatiotemporal structure

    HATSUKADE Isamu: PhD, Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) X-ray study of cosmic thin hot plasmas, such as clusters of galaxies and supernova remnants

    2) Optical observation study of transient astronomical objects, 3) Astronomical data analysis

    IKEDA Satoshi: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Design and analysis of probabilistic algorithm, 2) Combinatorial optimization problems

    3) Geometric measure theory

    KATAYAMA Tetsuro: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Design and visualization to develop software efficiency

    2) Software testing for guarantee of software quality, 3) Software reliability for embedded systems

    KUBOTA Shin-Ichiro: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Method for the location estimation using Wi-fi RSS

    2) Online learnings with the Instructional Design Technology

    OKAZAKI Naonobu: PhD, Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Reliable routing scheme for mobile ad-hoc network

    2) IP tarce-back for distributed DoS attacks, 3) Lambra-path routing for WDM network

    SAKAMOTO Makoto: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Theoretical study on Automata Theory, 2) Computational complexity and recognizability of picture

    3) Application of image processing and computer graphics, 4) Color and CG Design

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    5) Analysis of various problems by complex systems

    SATO Osamu: Dr. Eng., Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Trajectory for saving energy of a manipulator with passive joint in throwing motion

    2) Near-minimum-time control of a manipulator with flexible links3) Analysis of Manipulator in Consideration of Impact Absorption between Link and Object

    TAKAHASHI Nobuya: PhD, Assistant Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Robust control of linear systems, 2) Analysis and design of networked control system

    YAMABA Hisaaki: PhD, Assistant Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Scheduling and management of chemical plants

    2) Development of computer-based design support systems of production systems

    YAMAMORI Kunihito: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Parallel processing and high-performance computing, 2) Fault-Tolerant computing3) Application of artificial neural network and evolutionary computing

    4) Self-organizing system and evolutional hardware

    YOKOMICHI Masahiro: PhD, Associate Professor, Email: [email protected]

    1) Path planning and obstacle avoidance for mobile robot

    2) Self localization and control of autonomous mobile robots

    3) Computer vision and image processing

    10. Features of Graduate School

    Miyazaki Prefecture where the UOM is situated is in southeastern of Kyushu, facing the Pacific Ocean, Blessed

    with beautiful scenery and people as abundantly warm as the climate. Miyazaki is far-removed from the hustle

    and bustle of life in the big city and is perfect place to study and strengthen ones expertise.

    The UOM has four faculties: Education and Culture, Medicine, Engineering, and Agriculture, and graduate

    schools (masters course and doctoral course).

    Under our slogan, Look at the World, Start with the Community, the UOM will cultivate youth who are able to

    respond to ever-changing times and societal needs.

    The Graduate School of Engineering (GSE) is an advanced education and research institution in the field of

    Engineering in Miyazaki. It aims to develop scientists and engineers with advanced expertise. The school has

    produced 113 Ph.D.s in engineering and 2,658 masters of engineering. Special lectures in English are available

    for foreign students. These alumni are expected to contribute to local community as well as to international

    community as scientists, engineers, or researchers, who will play an important role in the dependent of science

    and technology in the 21st century.

    The GSE is concentrating on globalization. Graduate Course in Civil and Environmental Engineering has

    accepted 29 central and local government officials from Indonesia, financed by JICA yen-loan project, and

    conferred Master of Engineering to all of them in recent 5 years. Also, in order to meet an international need, the

    International Education Center was established in 2012 for accepting foreign students and assisting their studies.

    Besides the international education, the graduate school attaches great importance to energy and environment,

    and the Research & Development Center for Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering is promoting

    following research projects:

    1. Energy Utilization Project: Energy management, Energy generation and storage, Photo-catalyzed reaction,

    Energy generation by chemical conversion

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    2. Solar Thermal Energy Utilization Project: Material development, Solar furnace development, Receiver

    development, Storage of solar thermal energy

    3. Solar Power Generation Project: Solar cell development, Establishment of concentrating photovoltaic (PV)

    system, Development of high-capacity capacitor4. Waste Water Purification Project: Development of functional materials and removal of harmful substances,

    Water purification by biotic function, Development of water purification system for cultivation of fish and shellfish

    5. QOL Improvement Project by Medical-Engineering Cooperative Project: Device development for supporting

    motility function, Development of biocompatible materials and application to life innovation, Development of

    functional food and materials for life

    6. Recycle Project: Waste recycling, Rare metal recycling, Biomass waste recycling

    7. Functional Material Development Project: Nanomaterial development, Functional thin-film, Development of

    new functional materials for fuel cell

    11. Features and Curriculum of Program

    Graduate Course in Applied Chemistry

    Graduate Course in Civil and Environmental Engineering

    Advanced Research I on Applied Chemistry (4 credits)

    Advanced Research II on Applied Chemistry (6 credits)

    Advanced Applied Chemistry (2 credits)

    Advanced Materials Chemistry (2 credits)

    Advanced Chemical Technology (2 credits)

    Advanced Organic Chemistry (2 credits)

    Advanced Biotechnology (2 credits)

    Advanced Applied Chemical Technology (2 credits)

    Advanced Research I (4 credits)

    Advanced Research II (6 credits)

    Advanced Regional and City Planning (2 credits)

    Advanced Transportation Planning (2 credits)

    Project Management for Infrastructure Development (2 credits)

    Environmental Planning and Waste Management (2 credits)

    Sewage Systems and Water Treatment (2 credits)

    Coastal Planning for Disaster Prevention and Conservation (2 credits)

    Earthquake Engineering and Prevention Planning (2 credits)

    Construction Structures and Materials (2 credits)

    Tunnel Engineering (2 credits)

    Durability of Concrete (2 credits)

    MOT and Venture Business (2 credits)

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    Advanced Lecture on Information Networks (2 credits)

    Advanced Lecture on Software Engineering (2 credits)

    Advanced Lecture on Mathematical Programming (2 credits)

    Robotics for Material Handling (2 credits)Intelligent mobile systems (2 credits)

    Advanced Lecture on Neural Networks (2 credits)

    MOT and Venture Business (2 credits)

    #The maximum of 10 credits obtained at the other graduate course or 10 credits obtained at the other graduate

    school will be counted as the part of 30 credits which will be required for getting Master degree at the University of

    Miyazaki.

    12. Internship program

    There are 2 internship courses, Internship and Long-Term Internship.

    Students do their internship with the cooperation of many enterprises and municipal organizations.

    Every year, over 60 recruitment information for internship is provided to students, and 46 students on average

    participate in the internship.

    13. Academic schedule

    (1) 1stBatch (2) 2

    ndBatch

    Month Event Month Event

    10 1stSemester (Status : Graduate student) 4 Welcome party, (Status : Research

    student)

    11 University festival 5

    5~6

    Researching and learning Japanese

    language

    Entrance Exam

    12 Winter break (24th-7thJan.) 6 Researching and learning Japanese

    language

    1 Winter break (-7thJan.) 7 Researching and learning Japanese

    language

    2 1stSemester Exam. Field trip 8 Summer break (7th-30thSep)

    3 Spring break (1week) 9 Commencement (2018)

    4 2ndSemester (Status : Graduate student) 10 1stSemester (Status : Graduate student)

    5 11 University festival

    6 12 Winter break (24th-7thJan.)

    7 1 Winter break (-7th

    Jan.)8 2ndSemester Exam. Summer break(7th-30th

    Sep)

    2 1stSemester Examination, Field trip

    9 Commencement (2017) 3 Spring break (1week)

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    14. Facilities and Cultural activities for International students

    (1)Student Dormitory

    Most of foreign students live in the International House. Some students live in private apartment houses near

    campus. Compared to the dormitory, the rent will be somewhat more expensive. However, living expenses in

    Miyazaki are very low compared to many of larger cities in Japan. Besides, riding on a packed bus or train

    everyday isnt required to live in Miyazaki.Right here in Miyazaki, it is full of natural environment, and you will

    be able to live and study pleasantly. In the urban area, it is normal to take more than an hour to attend to the

    university every day (using public transportation, of course). In Miyazaki, though, student can attend to the

    university in about 5 minutes minimum. The student will be able to enjoy a fresh walk, instead of being

    squished for an hour inside a packed train or bus.

    We provide two International Houses (Dormitories) on KIBANA campus; one for single students, and theother for couples and families are available for foreign students for one year. Moreover, two more new

    International Houses (for single) will be constructed. One is located within walking distance of 25minutes from

    KIBANA Campus. It will be constructed by the end of March 2014. The other is located in KIBANA Campus. It

    will be shared house, and it will be constructed by the end of March 2015. If you want to live with foreigners,

    you should definitely live in either of the new International houses. Also, if the student is planning to rent an

    apartment close to the university, Miyazaki is a great place to live with low cost. In large cities, the rent is very

    expensive (especially the apartments close to the university), and the student must spend most of the

    scholarship to pay the rent. However, in Miyazaki, the rent is so much cheaper than the urban area, so the

    student will be able to enjoy the life in Japan without always worrying about money. Even if the student is

    considering of bringing his/her family along, the family will be able to live easily under the budget.

    TAKACHIHO VALLEY SUNMESSE NICHINAN AOSHIMA BEACH

    (2)Japanese Language Program

    There is a Japanese daily conversation class for students who have never learned Japanese before. For

    students who have learned Japanese in the past, there are classes where students are able to learn

    Japanese/Japans domestic affairs. There are beginner, middle, and advanced class, and the student will be

    able to choose the class from these three levels according to the students learning level.

    (3)Homestay Program

    We will write a referral to Miyazakis International Foundation at the students desire for a short homestay.

    (4) Cultural Tour

    We handle a study tour annually, where we present Japans (mostly of Kyushu area) history and culture,

    in order to enrich students understanding of Japans culture and Japanese consciousness. Other than this

    tour, we also handle a one-day tour and participate in a local festival.