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Admission Policy of the Faculty of Human Development

  • Updated on March 1, 2016

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The Faculty of Human Development engages in research and education on the development of human from infancy to old age, as well as the environment surrounding it, from a variety of perspectives. Furthermore, the Faculty trains its students to acquire specialized knowledge and problem solving skills in identifying and resolving various issues related to the human development and the environment. For these reasons, students with the following qualities are admitted.

The image of the student that the Faculty of Human Development hopes to accept

  1. Student with interest in the human development and the environment surrounding it and incentive to explore new academic fields from the perspective of formation of human character, human behavior, human expression or the human environment.
  2. Student who wishes to be actively involved in contemporary issues related to the human development and the environment.
  3. Student who possesses basic academic aptitude on the high school level, and is capable of actively learning specialized knowledge.
  4. Student who possesses basic skills for identifying issues on one's own, examining them from a variety of approaches and organizing them into one's own ideas.