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  1. This program offers lectures in English, on cutting-edge technologies of environment and energy engineering for both international and Japanese students Master’s Program of Graduate School of EngineeringGifu University Global Environment & Energy Program (GU-GEEP) Characteristic Curriculum Spring enrollment (April) Fall enrollment (October) Internship at Japanese companies (International students) All lectures are conducted in English. (4 Core (4 subjects: 8 credits) Specialized Subjects (5 subjects:10 credits) Seminar (4 subjects:4 credits)) Special Subjects (4 subjects:4 credits) Paper screening (International students) Entrance Exam (Japanese students) Master Thesis Internship at overseas companies (Japanese students) Students will be accepted into the program from 2015 academic year! ・ Japanese students who desire to take a leading role in the world ・ International students who desire to contribute as global environmental leaders ・ Students who desire to studyand contribute to solve the emergent issues on global environment and energy Contact Gifu University Global Environment and Energy Program Promotion Office 1-1 Yanagido, Gifu, 501-1193, JAPAN E-mail: gu_geep@gifu-u.ac.jp Phone/Fax: +81 58 2932401

  2. ApplicationDocuments Master’s Program of Graduate School of EngineeringGlobal Environment & Energy Program • Application form • Notice of acceptance • Adequate previous arrangement with a supervisor who will instruct directly at Gifu University or the one of the applicant’s own university is required. 3) Recommendation written by the applicant’s supervisor of his/ her own university 4) Certificate of English ability (preferably, a TOEFL score if available) • If the applicant has never taken the TOEFL, other certificate or document that could certify the applicant's English proficiency (based on his/her academic records) from his/her University or supervisor would suffice. 5) Certificate of completion of university or college work issued by the appropriate authority of the university or college 6) Certificate of bachelor's degree issued by the authority of the university or college 7) Certified academic transcript of undergraduate course issued by the authority of the university or college. • The certified academic transcript is only acceptable if issued by the university or college authority and the original (fresh) official seal is attached. An official document indicating the ranking of the applicant in the class he/she attended is also expected, which should be issued by the authority of the university or college. 8) Medical certificate to be issued by a medical institution in his or her home country