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Update: 2022/09/26

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  • The list of successful applicants of Admission of Doctor Program for Japanese Curriculum has been posted. [Detail]
  • The list of successful applicants of Admission of Master Program for Japanese Curriculum has been posted. [Detail]
  • Full professor positions are open now. (application deadline: September 20, 2022) [Detail]
  • Female associate professor position is open now. (application deadline: August 31, 2022) [Detail]
  • Associate professor positions are open now. (application deadline: August 31, 2022) [Detail]
  • On April 2022, Masahito Hayashi was elected to an IMS Fellow. [Detail]
  • On February 2022, Toshiki Matsusaka received Inoue Research Awards for Young Scientists by Inoue Foundation for Science. [Detail]

Recent update

August 10 Past Entrance Examination Questions were updated.
5 The list of successful applicants of Admission of Doctor Program for Japanese Curriculum was posted.
The list of successful applicants of Admission of Master Program for Japanese Curriculum was posted.
July 19 Information of application for Full Professor Position was posted on “Job Opportunity”.
June 30 Information of application for Female Associate Professor Position was posted on “Job Opportunity”.
Information of application for Associate Professor Position was posted on “Job Opportunity”.
May 21 Applications of Master Program (first round), Doctor Program (summer round) and Doctor Program (October enrollment) were posted.
April 25 Recent Recipients and List of Recipients at “Research” were updated.
12 The link to The 22nd International Conference, Graduate School of Mathematics, Nagoya University “Rationality, Moduli Spaces, and Related Topics” was created on “Research”.