The application requirements are outlined in 1) and 2) below, assuming that those who hope to enroll in the NIT MOT graduate school have an adequate understanding of the educational aims of MOT courses and will maintain their will to learn, their health, and an appropriate study environment, as well as show promise for realizing achievements.
For those to whom *1 or *2 under item 6 may apply, please contact the NIT MOT graduate school and undergo the advanced qualification review.
Selection is conducted through the Admission Office (AO) method. Applicants are assessed on the basis of submitted documents (including resume and documents stating the reasons for application) and an interview. In the interview, applicants are given approximately 15 minutes to make a presentation about themselves. The presentation should highlight their strengths, including their past achievements and the themes that they would like to pursue in the future. Applicants may use an OHP, a personal computer, printed materials, their products, and other items. After the presentation, they will be questioned concerning the presentation and the submitted documents.