- Voluntary Learning by Students
- Voluntary Seminar on Public Policy
- Earthquake Disaster Reconstruction Study Group
- Policy Proposal Seminar POSTUM
- Kyoto Citizens Policy Meeting
- "Public Space" Magazine Editorial Committee
- "Public Space" Magazinee
There are two rooms available for our students to study in the Graduate School building, which consist of 90 individual study booths, each with internet access. Through the LAN network, students may access electronic journals and online databases for research. A color laser printer is also available for students' convenience. The study room is open until 23:45 on weekdays and 22:00 on weekends. Many students find the environment study-friendly, and use the room to prepare for class discussions and to work on assignments.
Two multi-purpose rooms are available for meetings, workshops, preparation of presentation materials, etc. Students may use the photocopier located in one of the discussion rooms.
School facilities include rooms for large lecture classes and small-sized tutorials and discussions. The audio-visual room has a TV conferencing system installed, allowing for a variety of teaching methods.
Each student is allocated a locker, spacious enough to store textbooks and other personal belongings.