Q1 |
What kinds of lectures and courses does the School offer? |

Q2 |
How much freedom will I have in selecting my research topic? |

Q3 |
I’m a student in the Department of Physics. Can I enroll in the Graduate School of Mathematics? |

Q4 |
Is there any disadvantage if I am coming from another university? |

Q5 |
I am not completely certain about what area of study I want to pursue? Can I still apply? |

Q6 |
I want to become a mathematics researcher. What kind of support will the Graduate School of Mathematics offer to this end? |

Q7 |
I plan to find a job once I graduate. Would it be meaningful for me to spend two years at the Graduate School of Mathematics? |

Q8 |
I am interested in computers. Will studying at the Graduate School of Mathematics interfere with this interest? |

Q9 |
What are Advisors and Pre-Advisors? |

Q10 |
How can I go about getting loans? |

Q11 |
I heard that the Graduate School of Mathematics no longer requires a Master’s Thesis. Is this true? |

Q12 |
The specialized education in graduate schools at other universities focuses on seminars with individual guidance. What kind of specialized education does the Graduate School of Mathematics offer? |

Q13 |
I heard that Advisors’specializations sometimes do not match students’ areas of interest. How does the Graduate School ensure that students receive expert guidance in these cases? |

Q14 |
How should we pursue independent study? |

Q15 |
Is it possible to obtain a teaching license (just) during the Master’s Course? |

Q16 |
Why did the Graduate School of Mathematic undertake such drastic academic reforms? |