Important information regarding the entrance examination (Updated as of June 8, 2023)
The three distinctive characteristics of education and research at IAMAS are: Projects, media art research that students and faculty members perform as a group and implement in society; team-teaching in which faculty members from different disciplines lead classes together; and an original curriculum where students learn both specialized and general knowledge and techniques.
This is a place were we colloborate with other universities, businesses, and political organizations to implement media research in society and share the results of that research. Students and faculty work together to produce advanced, unique results.
To help students acquire the power to create new forms of culture, faculty members from different disciplines guide students as they solve problems related to practical, interdisciplinary reserearch that will help them systematically acquire specialized knolwedge and ability.
With the goal of educating students in this knowledge and these techniques both specialized and general, we hold high-level classes that properly combine lecture, training, and hands-on experience.
Based on the founding principles of the Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences, our educational objective is to cultivate people who can respond to the various problems contemporary society faces; we will do this by helping students acquire the high-level creative ability to build new forms of culture.
Based on the Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences' founding principles, we strive to help our students acquire high-level creative ability. We aim to provide excellent guidance for student research, deploying interdisciplinary and practical courses and holding advanced classes with an appropriate combination of lecture, training, and hands-on experience in order to help them systematically acquire specialized knowledge.
Based on the Institutue of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences' founding principles, our goal is to educate high-level creators who create new forms of culture with scientific techniques and a philosophcial and ideological perspective. Within our curriculum organized to fulfill this purpose, students must pass a final thesis or final thesis and project examination along with a final examination in addition to completing a designated number of credits in order to receive their graduate diploma. At that time examiners will address the following:
Based on the school's founding principles, the goal of the program is to nurture more dynamic, expressive individuals who can create a new culture that combines science and technology with philosophical and ideological perspectives. The curriculum is designed to achieve this goal, and students who pass the thesis review and the final examination, in addition to earning the prescribed credits, will be certified as having completed the program and awarded their diploma.