The admission limit for a single grade is 37 students. There are various ways to apply for admission.
Students should have the ability and desire to pursue material diversity and universal laws of nature and explore new substances and unknown phenomena of interest.
Basic knowledge of chemistry at the high school level and the ability to apply it. Basic knowledge of mathematics, physics, biology, and other related disciplines. Basic proficiency in a foreign language is desirable.
Please be sure to check the official website for the latest information on admission guidelines.
【University of Tsukuba Official Website】Guidelines for Applicants
For further information, please contact the division of Admissions:
Division of Admissions, Department of Academic Affairs, University of Tsukuba
1-1-1 Tennodai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-8577, Japan
These websites might be useful for prospective international students.
This year's open campus is held on-site and on-line. Please visit the web site for open campus
The One-day chemistry class for high-school students in 2023 will be held in Japanese only.
The One-Day Chemistry Class is an attempt to provide high school students with an opportunity to experience the fun and wonder of chemistry through experiments. Many of our predecessors have become chemists because of their fascination with chemistry experiments, and many of them have become chemists because of this fascination. The content of the experiments is designed to be understandable and interesting to high school students by the members of the College of Chemistry, who have taken cues from the latest research. We hope that high school students from around the world who share a common interest in chemistry will enjoy the chemistry experiments as well as the atmosphere of the University of Tsukuba campus.
- Thermochromism and Solvatochromism of Metal Complexes
- Let's Make Molecular Crystals -The Wonder of Structure and Color of Molecules-
- The Wonder of Phase Transitions
- Molecular Pictures Observed with Light
- Colorful World of Heavy Elements –Synthesis of a Blue Ketone-
- Catching Carbon Dioxide by Organic Chemistry
- Make Crystals of Caffeine from Black Tea
- Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses of Chemical Substances
- Lysozyme Crystallization and Modeling
- Measurement of Radioisotopes in Our Life