|Online Registration||Undergraduate & Graduate||4/11 (Mon.)
(to add/drop courses)
|Undergraduate & Graduate||4/25 (Mon.)
Apply modification yourself via the System (Click here for the details)
Send "Change of Course Registration Form (履修科目訂正願) *" to the Graduate Academic Affairs Section by e-mail
(For newly informed courses, e. g, intensive lectures)
|Undergraduate & Graduate||[Undergraduate]
After 5/2 (Mon.)
and as needed
Add the course via the System (Click here for the details)
*Upon being approved by the instructor, it will be officially registered (the Undergrad Academic Affairs Section will contact him for you)
Send "Course Registration Form (履修科目登録願)" to the Graduate Academic Affairs Section by e-mail
|Grade||Details||Marks||Pass / Fail|
|D||Fail||59 and below||Fail|
2. The syllabus will contain subjectwise course objectives (objectives for award of grades) and details on award of results. As a rule, grades will be awarded according to the achievement level of the objectives set for each subject.
3. Lecturers in charge should retain exam scripts and reports submitted by students for up to one year from the date of the exam and one year from the date of submission, respectively, for use in grading and for use in case a student wishes to disclose their results.
However this does not apply to cases in which lecturers return exam scripts to students with a grade or comments. In the case of an exam script, it is desirable to keep the original and return a copy of the script to the student.
(For reference: standard of document storage duration of Tohoku University: Exam scripts and reports for one year)
4. Students may request for an explanation of their examination results from the lecturer in charge within 2 weeks of the date of the examination.
However, in circumstances where the student has a valid reason, they may be able to request for an explanation within the one year storage period of their results.
Those wishing to take a leave of absence, return to school, study abroad or withdraw from school must confirm its procedures with the Academic Affairs Section and consult with their Head of department and (class) supervisor at the earliest possible date. These applications will not be retroactive.
a) Those who wish to take a Leave of Absence for more than 3 months due to an illness or other circumstances should submit an "Application for Leave of Absence" (those with an illness should attach a medical certificate from their doctor, and those who wish to study abroad under a program other than the student exchange program should attach a copy of certificate of acceptance from the institution).
b) Leave of absence can be granted for more than 3 months, but less than 1 year. However, under special circumstances such as illness and studying abroad, leave of absence may be granted for more than 1 year.
c) The duration of the leave of absence is not counted as period of enrollment. Leave of absence will not be granted for more than a total of 2 years.
d) First date of leave of absence cannot be retroactive before the acceptance date of application.
e) Leave of absence will only be granted in unavoidable circumstances and may be refused in some cases.
f) Students may be exempt from paying tuition fees during their leave of absence (this excludes tuition fees that have already been paid).
g) To submit an application for a leave of absence, students must pay the tuition fees incurred for the term in which they submit their application.
a) If you are able to return to school during your leave of absence, you may apply to return by filling in a request for application to return (those taking a leave of absence due to an illness must attach a medical certificate from their doctor stating that they are fit to return to school).
b) At the end of your leave of absence, you must fill in a form to notice to return to school.
a) Those who wish to study abroad should attach a copy of certificate of acceptance from the institution (also attach a Japanese translation) to their application.
b) Students will be allowed to study abroad if it is deemed educationally beneficial.
c) Period spent studying abroad is counted as period enrolled in this University.
d) The results (credits) obtained while studying abroad may be transferred to this University.
e) Tuition fees incurred during the period studying abroad must be paid by the student.
a) Those wishing to withdraw from the school must attach their student identification card to their application to withdraw.
b) Date of withdrawal cannot be retroactive before the acceptance date of application.
c) Tuition fees incurred the semester that includes withdrawal date must be paid before their application.
Tohokudai ID and password are necessary for accessing the information service provided by Tohoku University and must be kept confidential as they identify you. Refer to:
If a student's name, current address, guardian or guardian's address is changed, they should inform the University.
Note: If the student's details are not up to date, all certificates issued will contain old details, and the University may be unable to get in touch with the student in an emergency.
Notification of Change in Personal Details [Word]
Download the form and submit it to Academic Affairs Section (at Kyomu #1 or #2 windows).
|Campus||Machine Location||Operation Days & Hours|
(Student Service Division)
|Mon - Sun||8:30 AM - 9:00PM|
|School of Science
|Science Administration Center
(In front of Kyomu#3)
|Mon - Fri||8:30 AM - 9:00PM|
|Katahira||Extended Education & Research Building
School of Law
|Mon - Fri||8:30 AM - 5:00PM|
|Certificate||Certificate Machine||Kyomu#3 Window||Japanese||English|
|Certificate of Enrollment
|Certificate of Expected Completion
|Certificate of Completion
|Certificate for JR Student Discount
|Certificate for Commuter Pass
|Certificate of MEXT Scholarship