Under the four basic principles (Frontier Spirit, Global Perspectives, All-round Education, Practical Learning), Graduate School of Global Food Resources needs students who
- Acquire both wide perspectives of a global scale and deep understanding on local societies,
- Are aware of the importance of food, water, and land resources necessary for the 21st century’s strategy for survival
- Have the noble spirit willing to throw away their selfishness and contribute to human society.
We also encourage students who
- Desire to apprehend and solve problems from both humanity-and-science perspectives.
- Want to receive hands-on practical education in both national and international settings.
- Eager to search, find, solve, recommend and examine the problems on their own.
- Acquire pioneer spirits and want to succeed in the global society.
- Determine to develop communication skills, working skills in team, and ability to take actions.
- Seek the diverse practical job opportunities, not only in the research academia.