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Guidelines for Applicants (Summary)

Master Course

Admission Quota

Art Major, Art and Design Studies (Master Course), Graduate School

Field Area Admission Quota
Global Seminar - 60
Total number of Early and Late Entrance Examinations
Cultural Innovation Field Art Education[Support for Adult Learning, Child Art Education, Welfare Art]/Regional Culture Design[Cultural Asset Innovation, SDGs Design, Regional Branding, Social Design]
Art and Culture Field Art and Cultural Research [Art Theory, Theory of Comparative Cultural Studies, History of Arts, History of Arts and Crafts, Design Theory, Literary Theory, Manga Theory, Theory of Art Studies and Cultural Production]/Film and Moving Image Research [Film Theory, Theory of Moving Image Expression]/Performing Arts [Theory of Performing Arts, Theory of Stage Expression (Stage Direction, Stage Design, Playwriting, etc.), Theory of Theatrical Culture]/Creative Writing[Creative Writing/Publication Editing/Bibliology]
Historical Heritage Research Field Theory of History and Culture/Science of Cultural Property/ Archeology/ Theory of Preservation and Restoration/Theory of Landscape Gardening
Fine and Applied Arts Field Sculpture and Three-Dimensional Art/Ceramic Arts/Textiles/Media Art/ Japanese Painting/Oil Painting/Printmaking
Design Field Graphic Design/Product Design/Spatial Design/Information Design/Illustration/Animation/Manga/Picture Book/Character Design/Game Design
Enviromental Design Field Architecture/Interior Design/Landscape Design
<Remarks>

Except for global seminars, Proficiency in Japanese (reading, writing, conversation) is essential for studying in the Kyoto University of the Arts. To read and understand the Japanese in the above form and our application guidebooks are the minimum requirements for the KUA applicants.

Doctoral Course

Admission Quota

Art Major, Art and Design Studies (Doctoral Course), Graduate School

  Field Admission Quota
Research Cultural Innovation Field
Art and Culture Field
Historical Heritage Research Field
Fine and Applied Arts Field
Design Field
Enviromental Design Field
7
Research and production
<Remarks>

Proficiency in Japanese (reading, writing, conversation) is essential for studying in the Kyoto University of the Arts.To read and understand the Japanese in the above form and our application guidebooks are the minimum requirements for the KUA applicants.