Graduation Project

As a culmination of studies at SFC centering on the Seminar (Kenkyukai), all students produce a written thesis or create a work. Each student draws on the full resources of the creative, highly advanced skill set acquired at SFC to independently work towards the achievement of research results needed for graduation. In order to graduate, students are required to earn credits for “Graduation Project 1” and “Graduation Project 2.” The Graduation Project is the consolidation of a student’s research into a tangible form, and should be completed while consulting with the student’s Graduation Project Mentor for at least two semesters, after which it must be evaluated and approved.

Works nominated as exceptionally outstanding Graduation Projects (or graduation works) will be recognized at the graduation ceremony.