Kobe University

GSICS (Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies)

Admission Policy

The Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GSICS) aims at contributing to development of the international community through cultivating capabilities of excellent students who are interested in pursuing careers in international fields. Education and research activities at GSICS emphasize development of expertise, practical skills and multidisciplinary knowledge through coordination among faculty members.
We believe that mutual understanding and respect for human rights are essential for peaceful global co-existence and international development, and thus strive in our education, research and community activities to further this goal.

We welcome applicants who:
  • have a strong interest in, and a deep understanding of, international cooperation;
  • are able to understand and appreciate diverse cultures and values; and
  • have the desire and ability to contribute both to the international community and to international development.

Prospective Students

Application Guidelines

Master's Course

Doctoral Course

Research Students

Admission Policy

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