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Graduate School

Master's Course

This graduate school was established in 1966 to educate researchers and technicians in various fields of agriculture. It offers the following three courses: Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Biochemical Science and Technology, Environmental Sciences and Technology. The annual admissions capacity is 69. Each course provides education and training leading to practical ability in research and development. A master's degree is awarded to students who complete a master's course, which normally lasts two years. A total of more than 2,033 graduates have been awarded this degree, and most of them are now serving as researchers or technicians in various research institutions.

Master's Course

Doctoral Course

The United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences, Kagoshima University