Fields of Study

Fields of Study and Corresponding Graduate Schools for the Master’s Programme

Sub-Program
(Target Priority Area)
Component
(Development Issues)
Presumed research fields
and preferred major subjects
Corresponding Graduate Schools, Degree to be obtained & URL
1.
Social and economic infrastructure and mechanism development which directly lead to economic growth and the national livelihoods improvement
1-1.
Economic Policy
  • National development policy
  • Macroscopic economic policy
  • Fiscal policy
  • Financial policy
  • Taxation policy
Hiroshima University
Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation (IDEC)

Degree: Master of Arts, Master of Science Master of Philosophy or Master of International Cooperation Studies
Number of Acceptance per batch: 3
Waseda University
Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies (GSAPS)

Degree: MA in International Relations
Number of Acceptance per batch: 2
1-2.
Industrial Development Policy
  • Industrial promotion policy
  • Inward foreign investment promotion policy
  • Consolidation of business environment
International University of Japan (IUJ)
Graduate School of International Management (GSIM)

Degree: Master of Business Administration
Number of Acceptance per batch: 3
1-3.
Infrastructure Development
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Geo-environmental Engineering
  • Rock Engineering
  • Earthquake Engineering
  • Concrete Engineering
  • Bridge Engineering
  • Structural Engineering
  • River Engineering
  • Earth science
  • Earthquake disaster prevention
  • Construction materials
  • Composite structures
  • Environmental vibration, ecology and environmental preservation
  • Disaster prevention
  • Urban transportation planning
Saitama University
Graduate School of Science and Engineering International Graduate Program on Civil and Environmental Engineering

Degree: Master of Engineering
Number of Acceptance per batch: 2
2.
Governance enhancement and basic framework development for democracy
2-1.
Development of Human Resource and Administrative Capacity of Civil Servants
  • Decentralization
  • Local administration
  • Administrative control
  • Personnel management policy
  • Administrative and fiscal control
  • Local autonomy
  • Labour policy
  • Public policy
International University of Japan (IUJ)
Graduate School of International Relations
Public Management and Policy Analysis Program (PMPP)

Degree: Master of Arts in Public Management
Number of Acceptance per batch: 2
Meiji University
Graduate School of Governance Studies

Degree: Master of Public Policy
Number of Acceptance per batch: 2
Yamaguchi University
Graduate School of Economics

Degree: Master of Economics
(with certificate of completion of Public Administration Course)
Number of Acceptance per batch: 2
2-2.
Building of International Relations
  • International politics
  • International economy
  • Diplomatic policy
  • Regional integration of South Asian countries
Ritsumeikan University
Graduate School of International Relations

Degree: Master of Arts in International Relations
Number of Acceptance per batch: 2
2-3.
Improvement of Legal and Judicial System
  • Civil laws
  • Criminal laws
  • Corporate laws / commercial laws
  • Development of a legal system to promote trades as well as inward foreign investment
Kyushu University
Graduate School of Law

Degree: LL.M Degree
Number of Acceptance per batch: 2