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What's New

2022.10.27
Application Guidelines have been updated
2022.09.22
The IGPEES student has been selected as a representative of Master's graduates at the Autumn Semester Diploma Presentation and Commencement Ceremony, 2022.
2022.08.31
Selection results announced
2022.08.09
AY2022 Summer QE and FE held
2022.05.19
Application Guidance held
2022.05.18
Application Guidelines have been updated
2022.03.07
Selection results announced
2022.03.02
AY2021 Winter QE held
2021.11.09
Kick-off Seminar held
2021.09.28
Application Guidelines have been updated
2021.08.31
Selection results announced
2021.08.05
AY2021 Summer QE held
2021.05.19
Application Guidance held
2021.05.13
Application Guidelines have been updated
2021.04.16
Application Guidance will be held
2021.03.05
Selection results announced
2021.02.26
AY2020 Winter QE held
2020.11.05
Kick-off Seminar held
2020.10.30
Application Guidelines have been updated
2020.08.31
Selection results announced
2020.08.05
AY2020 Summer QE held
2020.05.21
Application Guidance held
2020.05.14
IGPEES is currently accepting applications
2020.04.27
Application Guidance will be held
2020.03.06
AY2019 QE held
2020.03.06
Selection results announced
2019.12.03
IGPEES is currently accepting applications
2019.10.21
Kick-off Seminar held
2019.08.30
Selection results announced
2019.05.29
Application Guidance held
2019.05.23
IGPEES is currently accepting applications
2019.05.13
Application Guidance will be held
2019.03.13
Selection results announced
2018.12.03
IGPEES is currently accepting applications
2018.11.16
Kick-off Seminar held
2018.10.01
New IGPEES students enrolled
2018.09.25
Selection results announced
2018.07.27
IGPEES is currently accepting applications
2018.07.26
Application Guidance held
2018.07.04
Application Guidance will be held
2018.06.26
IGPEES selected for the WINGS Program

About IGPEES

The International Graduate Program for Excellence in Earth-Space Science (IGPEES) is an international combined Master's/Doctoral program that aims to further develop the field of astrobiology by providing an interdisciplinary program that seamlessly connects the wide-range of research fields in earth-space science, from the birth of the universe to the origin of life.

Contact

WINGS Desk, Academic Affairs Office of the Graduate School of Science,
The University of Tokyo