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School services are a primary instructional requirement, and sustaining safe, snug, and high-quality faculty facilities that can be tailored to diversified learning actions is important for sustaining and improving educational levels acceptable to the developmental stage of the youngsters.
MEXT is implementing measures for bettering and strengthening graduate school education based on the Second Guideline for Promoting Graduate School Schooling (resolution by the Minister of Schooling, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology on August 5, 2011) to make sure that those who complete graduate school have guaranteed high quality for working in various fields in Japan and abroad.
To foster future generations of specialists in science and know-how and enhance each citizen’s fundamental scientific knowledge, MEXT promotes comprehensive measures for developing science and technology and improving science and arithmetic education.
With the beginning of its activity in 1935, its major goal has been to educate a highly certified professional in the chosen area of science and an expert teacher who is able to efficiently function within the fast-changing society, is knowledgeable about the talents and skills obtained and professionally energetic in the nationwide academic establishments of various varieties as well as in several contexts of international co-operation.