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Message from the Executive Vice President in charge of Education and Student Affairs

Regarding classes held during A Semester (A1/A2 Terms) of AY2020:
Message from the Executive Vice President in charge of Education and Student Affairs

Dear Students:

With regard to classes held during the A Semester (A1/A2 Terms), UTokyo will provide online classes as in the S Semester; in-person classes with measures taken to prevent infection; and classes offered both in-person and online.
To help students participate in the foregoing classes in an efficient way, we have decided to adopt two types of class schedules, as follows, during the A Semester: The conventional class schedule based on 105-minute classes; and a new class schedule based on 90-minute classes. (See class schedules below.)
Each faculty and graduate school will decide which of the two class schedules it will use for each of its classes in view of the class characteristics and other factors. The two types of class schedules are structured in such a way that no 105-minute class overlaps with the class immediately before or after its corresponding 90-minute class and vice versa so that students can, for example, take a 90-minute class immediately followed by a 105-minute class.
Students are requested to plan their course registrations by carefully checking the types of classes offered as well as their time schedules.

2020.9.18
OKUBO Tatsuya, Executive Vice President in charge of Education, Student Affairs
 


 


 
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