Home > Overview of Program : Features of the Program
- Message from the Program Coordinator
- Japan's Mission in Nuclear Power and Related Issues
- Our Educational Goal
- Career Paths
- Nuclear Safety, Security and Safeguards Courses
- Curriculum Planning
- Features of the Program
- Relationships of This Program
- Global Nuclear Safety, Security and Safeguards Network
Features of the Program
- Classroom system in existing courses for new entrants plus rotation among laboratories (already under way for masters students entered in October 2008)
- Boarding instruction: Entrants to the Global Nuclear Safety, Security and Safeguards Workshop (new) share accommodations and meals with other students, workig hard and learning from others.
- To ensure high student quality, two selection phases are implemented.
A cohort of 30 students is admitted to the school; 15 students are selected for entry to the workshop; of these, six students are admitted when they proceed to the doctoral course.
- In the doctoral course, emphasis is on coursework.
Masters course plus doctoral course: Total of 50 units of coursework
- Training is required in both Japan and overseas.
Six months’ training in Japan plus one year of overseas training
- Advanced international education courses are required.
International politics, international law, economics, philosophy, history, arts, culture, foreign languages (two), etc.
- Benefit packages.
Exempted from payment to “Dojo” room fee
・Master course（less than 2 years）:120,000yen/month (Max.)
・Ph.D course（less than 3 years） :200,000yen/month(Max.)