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  1. AOTULE Student Exchange Program Program Plan for 2010 - 1 • Host Professors must belong to the “Graduate School of Engineering at Tokyo Tech” → Please see “Professor Profiles 2010” (the blue brochure) • One or two student(s) from each member institution will be selected. Total number : ca. 12. • Graduate School of Engineering of Tokyo Tech will provide financial support (travel and living expenses) for the stay of exchange students. The specific amount will be decided in April/May, 2010. Living Expenses will be approximately \4,500 per day. • Stay from early-June to late-August is highly advisable. • The stay should be Longer than 70 days Up to 90 days. Exchange students will stay in assigned rooms during their periods of stay. (Please participate in the two-day Multi-disciplinary International Student Workshop (MISW) in early August at Tokyo Tech) • Nominee: Graduate students, Research-oriented.

  2. AOTULE Student Exchange Program Program Plan for 2010 - 2 • Announcement : see our website for details • http://www.aotule.eng.titech.ac.jp/TokyoTech_Exchange.htm • Submission deadline to Graduate School of Engineering of Tokyo Tech is February 12, 2010 from AOTULE member university We cannot accept applications from students directly. Students, please submit your application package to your Dean’s Office by your university’s deadline. Then, your Dean’s Office will nominate one or two candidate(s) with priority information and submit nomination(s) to Tokyo Tech. • We will notify your Dean’s Office the names of finalists and alternate candidates. Those applicants will be given opportunities to directly discuss with preferred host profs. • Once the agreement of acceptance is made with host prof., the applicant will report to the Graduate School of Engineering, Tokyo Tech and his/her Dean’s Office. • Final Decision and notification : mid-March, 2010

  3. Application Package Student’s CV (free format), including the name of faculty & department, academic background, and name, e-mail address of your supervisor, current program where you are enrolled and the year of your entrance, and other general information, with your passport-sized photo on the right-top corner on the first page. If English is not the mother language of the applicant, please include English proficiency test score. 2. The field of interest and research / study plan at Graduate School of Engineering of Tokyo Tech (free format, approx.500 words). The applicant should specify the detailed area of study and preferred host professors / associate professors. 3. Transcript (certificate of academic scores) on the undergraduate education and graduate education, if any. 4. “Application Form” which is available from your Dean’s Office of College(Faculty) of Engineering, at your institution.

  4. Key : Communication with Host Profs. After receiving your application package from your Dean’s office at your university, we will acknowledge receipt of the application and grant permission for the student candidate to contact the desired host professors and explore the research plan for the exchange program. We request that each exchange student and his/her supervisor discuss in advance your proposed research with the host Professor at Tokyo Tech before you arrive.

  5. Organization of Tokyo Tech CAUTION!!! Only the Graduate School of Engineering accepts candidates. Graduate School of Science & Engineering 理工学研究科 Graduate School of ScienceGraduate School of Engineering (Dean Prof. Oka) 理学系(Dean Prof. Okazaki) 工学系 Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Sci. & Eng. 総合理工学研究科 Graduate School of Bioscience & Biotechnology 生命理工学研究科 Graduate School of Information Science & Engineering 情報理工学研究科 Graduate School of Decision Sci. & Technol. 社会理工学研究科 Graduate School of Innovation Management イノベーションマネジメント研究科 Research Laboratory for Nuclear Reactors Precision and Intelligence Laboratory Materials and Structures Laboratory Chemical Resources Laboratory


  6. AOTULE 2010 Exchange Application flow chart Simplified schematic of the application process “Prof. Profiles 2010” (blue brochure) 2. Feb.12, Submission deadline with priority in ranking AOTULE member university Dean’s office Tokyo Tech Graduate School of Engineering 3. Notification to finalists and alternate candidates to contact host profs. “Application Form” 7. March 15, notification of final selection 1. Internal deadline 4.Notifi- cation to contact host prof. Faculty-Hosts at Tokyo Tech 6.Reportof agreement with host prof. AOTULE Applicant’s Supervisor 5. Research plan (discussion) AOTULE Student Applicant