Management of Civil Infrastructure

Study mode:On campus Study type:Full-time Languages: English
Local:$ 3.47 k / Year(s) Foreign:$ 3.47 k / Year(s) Deadline: Mar 31, 2025
54 place StudyQA ranking:6779 Duration:2 years

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A new master’s course program (2 years) in the Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering, Kyoto University has started in April 2011, that is, the International Course in Management of Civil Infrastructure. All lectures and research guidance are provided in English. This course aims to cultivate human resources capable of managing civil infrastructures and addressing environmental issues in various countries, particularly in the developing countries of the Asian and African regions.

Common Subject

10D051 Frontiers in Modern Science & Technology
10i045 Exercise in Practical Scientific EnglishⅠ
10i046 Exercise in Practical Scientific EnglishⅡ
10K005 Advanced Modern Science and Technology(English lecture)
10K001 Introduction to Advanced Material Science and Technology(English lecture)
10i041 Professional Scientific Presentation Exercises(English lecture)
10i042 Advanced Engineering and Economy(English lecture)
10i047 Engineering Project Management Ⅰ(English lecture)
10i048 Engineering Project Management Ⅱ(English lecture)
10i009 Internship
10F251 Exercise on Project Planning
10U055 Seminar on Infrastructure Engineering A
10U056 Seminar on Infrastructure Engineering B
10U059 Internship on Infrastracture Engineering
10F063 Practice in Infrastructure Engineering
10F003 Continuum Mechanics
10F067 Structural Stability
10F068 Material and Structural System & Management
10F261 Earthquake Engineering/Lifeline Engineering
10W001 Infrastructural Structure Engineering
10F009 Structural Design
10F010 Bridge Engineering
10A019 Concrete Structural Engineering
10F227 Structural Dynamics
10F263 Seismic Engineering Exercise
10F415 Ecomaterial and Environment-friendly Structures
10F089 Infrastructure Safety Engineering
10F075 Hydraulics & Turbulence Mechanics
10A216 Hydrology
10F019 River Engineering and River Basin Management
10A040 Sediment Hydraulics
10F464 Hydrologic Design and Management
10F245 Open Channel Hydraulics
10F462 Coastal Wave Dynamics
10F267 Hydro-Meteorologically Based Disaster Prevention
10A222 Water Resources Systems
10F077 River basin management of flood and sediment
10F269 Coastal and Urban Water Disasters Engineering
10F466 Basin Environmental Disaster Mitigation
10F011 Computational Fluid Dynamics
10F065 Hydraulic Engineering for Infrastructure Development and Management
10F100 Applied Hydrology
10F103 Case Studies Harmonizing Disaster Management and Environment Conservation
10F106 Integrated Disasters and Resources Management in Watersheds
10F025 Geomechanics
10K016 Computational Geotechnics
10F238 Geo-Risk Management
10F241 Construction of Geotechnical Infrastructures
10F405 Fundamental Geofront Engineering
10A055 Environmental Geotechnics
10F109 Disaster Prevention through Geotechnics
10F203 Public Finance
10F207 Urban Environmental Policy
10F219 Quantitative Methods for Behavioral Analysis
10F215 Intelligent Transportation Systems
10A805 Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems
10A808 Civic and Landscape Design
10F223 Risk Management Theory
10X333 Disaster Risk Management
693287 Disaster Information
10A845 Theory & Practice of Environmental Design Research
10A402 Resources Development Systems
10F053 Applied Mathematics in Civil & Earth Resources Engineering
10K008 Computational Mechanics and Simulation
10A405 Environmental Geosphere Engineering
10F071 Applied Elasticity for Rock Mechanics
10F073 Fundamental Theories in Geophysical Exploration
10F087 Design of Underground Structures
10A420 Lecture on Exploration Geophysics
10F085 Measurement in the earth's crust environment
10F088 Earth Resources Engineering
10X311 Urban Infrastructure Management
10F113 Global Survivability Studies
693291 Emergency Management Systems
10F201 Information Technology for Urban Society
10Z001 Urban Transport Policy
10Z002 Policy for Low-Carbon Society
10Z003 Urban Transport Management
10F380 Engineering Seminar for Disaster Resilience in ASEAN countries
10F382 Disaster and Health Risk Management for Liveable City
  1. Must have graduated, or be expected to graduate from a Japanese university (excluding Undergraduate School of Global Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University) by March 31, 2017
  2. Must have completed, or be expected to complete 16 years of school education by March 31, 2017
  3. Must have completed 15 years of school education in a foreign country and must be recognized by the Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University as having earned specified credits with excellent grades
  4. Must be qualified by means of an individual entrance examination by the Graduate School of Engineering of Kyoto University, must be judged to have academic ability equivalent or superior to a university graduate, and must be at least 22 years of age by March 31, 2017
  5. Certificate of Graduation (or Expected Graduation) and Transcript of Academic Record
  6. Application Fee ¥10,000, Admission Fee ¥ 282,000, Tuition ¥535,800 /year
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