Graduate School of Environmental and Life Science | Okayama University




Graduate School
of Environmental and Life Science

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  • Message from the Dean

    As a leading academic institution, Okayama University's interdisciplinary approach to education aims to give students a GLOCAL perspective-in other words, we want them to think globally and act locally. Our research ranges from small to large-scale studies that involve close collaboration with both local communities and countries around the world because the environmental and agricultural issues we face today require international cooperation.

  • Philosophy and Goals, Organization

    Okayama University seeks to promote the harmonious coexistence between nature and humankind by transcending the boundaries of environmental and agricultural research. Together, our faculty and students work towards the goal of developing a more sustainable society through contributions in food production and safety, bioresource engineering, infrastructure management, sustainable resource management, and environmental conservation.

  • Department Overview

    The Graduate School of Environmental and Life Science encompasses 5 major divisions:Social Engineering and Environmental Management; Biological and Human Ecology; Resource Management and Sustainability; Bioresource Science; and Agricultural Science.

  • Faculty Directory

    At Okayama University, we strive to provide education, mentorship, and research opportunities of the highest quality when it comes to your chosen specialty. View our directory to get in touch with a faculty member.

  • Faculty Research Overview

    Each educator on our staff is a leading expert in their respective fields. Learn more about the innovative research our faculty is currently spearheading at The Graduate School of Environmental and Life Science.

  • Policy

  • New International Doctoral Program for Young Lecturers and Researchers

  • Tuition Fees and Scholarships

  • Insights from International Students

  • Inquiries

    Visit our Administration Offices for Education and Student Affairs for more information.