December 2020

GSEP Batch 2020 students are finally here!

December 11th, 2020

The faculty and staff are excited to welcome the students of GSEP Batch 2020 in Tokyo! Recently, the first-year GSEP students have already arrived in Japan from their home countries.  More than half of the batch arrived safely in Japan by early November, and the remaining students arrived a week after.  In accordance with the […]

Online International Exchange Event Report
Autumn Talk Session ~ YOKOSO JAPAN! ~

December 2nd, 2020

The online event Autumn Talk Session ~ YOKOSO JAPAN! ~ was held in a heart-warming atmosphere for three sessions on Nov. 4th, 11th, and 18th, 2020. This event was led by the International Student Exchange Division to welcome the GSEP 1st year bachelor students. Its primary goal is to foster camaraderie and mutual cultural exchange […]

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GSEP 2022 Recruitment Webinar
(August 21, 2021, 2:00 PM JST)

August 16th, 2021

We will have another webinar this Saturday, Aug. 21st, from 2:00 PM JST. If you have any questions about the GSEP program, application requirement and procedures, please join us. The registration link can be found here. See you there!

Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering and my experiences in GSEP
by Shahriar Ahmad Fahim

August 6th, 2021

“Alhamdulillah (all praises to the Almighty), my son got into a top-ranked university in Japan,” my father said. “He got accepted in Tokyo Institute of Technology. Please pray for my son,” he added when he was talking to one of his colleagues. “What will he be studying there?” his friend asked. “Engineering… Fahim’s major will […]

GSEP – What it means to me
by Ireen Tasnim Progga

July 30th, 2021

I remember telling my parents that I want to apply to Tokyo Tech and their expression mirrored confusion. The concept of pursuing higher education in Japan is a rare scenario here in Bangladesh. The popularity of US and Canadian universities is incredibly high; those are the dreamland for most Bangladeshi students. I was a part […]