The Graduate School at NUFS aims to provide world-class practical research
Outline of the Graduate School
|Name of Graduate School||Graduate School of International Studies|
|Name of Major||International Studies|
|Program/Enrollment Capacity||Master’s Programs / 2 years / 20 students|
|Doctoral Programs / 3 years / 5 students|
|Degree||Master’s Programs||English and English Language Education（English and English Language Education Program）||Master of Arts in English and English Language Education|
|English and English Language Education（TESOL Program）||Master of Arts in English and English Language Education|
|Japanese and Japanese Language Education||Master of Arts in Japanese and Japanese Language Education|
|Global Communication||Master of Arts in Global Communication Studies|
|Doctoral Programs||English Language Studies and English Language Pedagogy||Doctor of Philosophy in English Linguistics and English Pedagogy|
|Japanese Language Studies and Japanese Language Pedagogy||Doctor of Philosophy in Japanese Linguistics and Japanese Pedagogy|
|Global Communication||Doctor of Philosophy in Global Communication Studies|
1) English/English Education Course (English/English Education Program, TESOL Program for inservice teachers, 2) Japanese/Japanese Education Course, 3) Global Communication Course.
A system has been developed to support students in the doctoral courses. The tuition fees and the educational enhancement fees will be exempted if students, who have been doing their doctorate for a certain period of time and are recognized as PhD candidates, decide to continue study beyond the original duration of study of three years. Furthermore, the graduate school has its own substantial scholarship system and tuition fee exemption system, and is equipped with facilities including joint research laboratories for graduate students.