Doctoral students are required to undergo mid-term evaluations towards the end of first and second year of their program. Now is a period for evaluation for the D1 and D2 students enrolled in April. Evaluation presentations are public so please join some of the presentations to learn from your seniors. Schedule is updated regularly.

For students who are considering career in Japan or industrial career and especially those who are not yet considering it. E3 has a tradition to invite alumni working in Japan to share their job hunting experience, motivation to work in Japan, tell about Japanese business culture.

Here is the schedule of the Master's and Phd students public defenses. It will be updated. Please feel free to come to support your colleagues and friends!

Please confirm the grades for the Specialized Subjects of Graduate School of Engineering through the ELMS system during the follwoing periods:

Master degree program  2nd year, Doctoral degree program 3rd year

February 8th(Fri) 13:00 - February 14th(Thu) 17:00

Bi-lingual announcement
Other graduate students April 1st (Mon) – April 5th(Fri) 17:00

 ※Grades for the Inter-Graduate School Classes will be published on February 19 (Tue). Plese check the announcement below for details.

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Only with e3 crew can we finish visiting these three wonderful spots within only one day, though we rushed to the ship for the Nakajima.

It is my second year in Hokkaido University, while it is my first time to join the e3 welcome trip. Now, I feel regretful missing the past ones.

Aiming at the foot hot spring, our first stop was Noboribetsu where the hot springs (Onsen) and smelly sulfur are famous. It took us a while to arrive at the spring, on the way to which we took plenty of pictures as the memory of Autumn. Some students had a little bit of beers while enjoying the foot hot springs. Guess how Autumn it was.

This semester e3 and Environmental Engineering Division once again inviting Prof. Webeck from Tohoku University to teach a popular course "Presenting research findings in English ".

August 24th, 2018

                   One Monday evening I was watching sunset at a place called “northernmost point in Japan”, at the very north part of Wakkanai area with a feeling of accomplishment. After many years in Japan, I finally I reached this very far away point! Thanks to the e3 group I could strike out another item on my bucket list of places I want to visit in my life.

The Hult Prize is a global Competition held once a year for the launch of social startups emerging from universities campuses across 100 plus countries. It awards millions of dollars in seed capital to young budding entrepreneurs, including a grand prize of USD1Million.

It all began on the day when we saw the notifications about HULT Prize in the campus. All of us were fascinated with the Competition because of its international repute and the opportunity it provided to work for a social cause.