The Graduate School of Law

Aims and Principles

Since established in 1985 the Graduate School of Law has been producing educated professionals of law and political science, especially in the Shikoku-Area. In addition, the School understands the real needs of the citizens seeking for advanced education and skills, and therefore offers a chance to meet the ever-changing demands of the local communities. Hopefully the School can help people to learn together and to keep developing in their areas of interest.

Experienced Professionals

The School provides students with highly professional instruction in law and political science. Under the program the School invites qualified experts and organizes lectures on the following subjects: evaluation of real property, insurance law, municipal or local government and so on. The School realizes it significant to investigate actual problems in the society and thus to learn legal and administrative solving skills effectively.

For Working Students

For the convenience of their studying, the School can organize lectures and seminars between 6 pm and 9 pm on weekday or sometime on Saturday. In addition, the School arranges a special entrance examination in favor for working students.


You will have a Master of Law at the end of the course. In order to attain the degree, you must spend two years in studying enough subjects of the program and get more than 30 credits, and then to write a thesis and pass an oral examination.

Three policies of the Graduate School of Law