Based on the Meiji Gakuin University Graduate School’s Policy regarding Admission of New Students, the Graduate School of Economics has established the following “Policy regarding Admission of New Students” in accordance with the “Policy regarding Course Completion & Degree Conferment” and “Policy regarding Curriculum Formulation and Implementation” of the school and its various majors, reflecting their respective Human Resource Development Aims and Educational Goals.
The Graduate School of Economics Policy regarding Admission of New Students is established for each of the school’s majors.
Major of Economics
Master’s and Doctoral Programs
- Applicant Criteria
- Demonstrates the fundamental knowledge and skills, reasoning, judgment and expression abilities acquired at the undergraduate level (or master’s level for doctoral programs) and required to engage in high-level economics research at the Graduate School.
- Understands the university’s educational philosophy of “Do for Others”, possesses a keen insight into the various issues arising in present-day society, as well as the ambition and potential to gain more profound scholarly knowledge of economics at the Graduate School and contribute to an inclusive society as an educational researcher or high-level specialized professional.
- Basic Policy for Selection of Students
Assess whether applicants possess the fundamental abilities, ambition and potential outlined in “Applicant Criteria” above.
- Types of Student Selection and Evaluation Methods
Student selection is based on written and/or interviews, evaluated according to the “Basic Policy for Selection of Students”.
Written examinations focus on assessing the fundamental academic abilities acquired at the undergraduate level (or master’s level for doctoral programs). Interviews focus on evaluating the ambition and potential to contribute independently to society as a researcher or high-level specialized professional.