Looking at the history of science, one can see that much of the progress was achieved by efforts and discoveries by people who were attracted by the beauty of science without consideration for the benefits brought about by scientific achievements. Moreover, many great discoveries were often inspired by very simple questions. However, in order for questions to lead to achievement, scientific thought and methods must be acquired and followed. The School of Science accepts persons with basic scholarship from a variety of educational backgrounds.
・ Individuals who have a keen instinct and good judgment.
・ Individuals who can think flexibly based on their broad basic knowledge of natural science.
・ Individuals who can contribute to society using their scientific knowledge.
The School of Science welcomes persons who have questions about things that appear obvious and are willing to find out the roots of these things.
Detailed Admission Policies of School of Science (file in Japanese)