Foster a free academic style based on the spirit of "self-respect for self-weight" and open up a world of creative learning.

With the motto of self-study, we will continue to maintain a free academic style that is not bound by common sense, and develop human resources who have both creativity and practical ability.
We provide an inclusive learning space that allows for diverse and hierarchical choices so that students themselves can choose a solid future through valuable trial and error.

List of faculties / departments
Faculty of Comprehensive Human SciencesComprehensive Human Studies Capacity 120 people
Department of literatureHumanities Department Capacity 220 people
Faculty of EducationEducational Science Department Capacity 60 people
Graduated from Faculty of LawNo department organization Capacity 330 people
Faculty of EconomicsDepartment of Economics and Business Administration Capacity 240 people
Faculty of ScienceScience Department Capacity 311
Faculty of medicineMedical department capacity 107 people
Department of Human Health Science Capacity 100 people
PharmacyDepartment of Pharmacy Capacity 65 people
Faculty of Pharmacy Capacity 15 people
Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Geoengineering Capacity 185 people
Department of Architecture Capacity 80 people
Department of Applied Physics Capacity 235 people
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Capacity 130 people
Department of Informatics Capacity 90 people
Department of Science and Engineering Chemistry Capacity: 235 students *Scheduled to change name from Department of Industrial Chemistry in April 2024
Faculty of AgricultureDepartment of Bioresource Sciences Capacity 94 people
Department of Applied Life Sciences Capacity 47 people
Department of Regional Environmental Engineering Capacity 37 people
Department of Food and Environmental Economics Capacity 32 people
Forest Science Department Capacity 57 people
Department of Food and Biological Sciences Capacity 33 people

Contact information, address, etc.
Zip Code606-8501
AddressYoshidahonmachi, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
DepartmentEducation Recommendation / Student Support Department Entrance Examination Planning Division
Phone075-753-2521 ・ 2522

Remarks* Information on admission in 2024.
This includes information such as changes in personnel.
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``Information Studies for all by all'' jointly held on 8/3 by information science graduate schools from 17 national universities

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 The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science has selected 14 people, including Kenji Itao of the University of Tokyo, for the 18th Ikushi Award, which is given to graduate school doctoral course students who promote excellent research activities.

Springer Nature expands conversion agreements with Japanese universities and launches new conversion agreement model; OA papers expected to be published by more than double the previous year in 2024

 Academic publisher Springer Nature is partnering with research universities to participate in an innovative pilot conversion agreement introduced in Japan in 2023 […]

Kyoto University identifies a predictive marker that can determine the risk of severe COVID-19 from a blood test in the early stages of infection

 A research group led by Rei Maeda, a technical assistant at Kyoto University Graduate School, has discovered that SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) […]

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