Japan is worldwide known for technological advancements, whether you talk of any electronic item or any latest car launched. The quality of its goods is highly reliable. Its colleges do have a prominent role in these advancements and studying engineering from Japan’s colleges is undoubtedly one of the best options students can opt for.
- University of Tokyo
Established in 1877, the University of Tokyo is the bellwether university in Japan. The first royal university of the country, the School of Engineering at the University of Tokyo is famed for its remarkable team of tremendous research and innovations. Its 18 departments carry out intense research in every field and subject related to science and technology. This highly reputed university guarantees its students a well-deserved job after their graduation. One of the purposes of its formation is sustainability and social development through constant research and technological innovations. Amongst all the graduate schools at the University of Tokyo, the Graduate School of Engineering is the largest one, covering a third of the overseas students studying at the University.
- Tokyo Institute of Technology
Tokyo Institute of Technology is a prestigious national research university situated in the Greater Tokyo Area, Japan. This institute, also known as Tokyo Tech, is among the country’s largest institutions for higher education in science and technology. Tokyo Tech is yet another a grand name for top-rated engineering courses. Its students avail the opportunity to be with the world’s leading researchers and experience the early phase of almost every research. The institute stands out in every possible ranking, whether it’s education or employability. In past years, it has received the status of Designated National University Corporate by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, and Science and Technology
- Tohoku University
Since its inception in the year 1907, the university has aimed to become one of the world’s leading research universities. This aim is very well achieved by the university since the beginning. The University is magnetizing not just qualified researchers but also brilliant students from all over the world. The University is leading research in the next level medicines, making people aware of the natural disasters and illnesses, and rendering them all the requisite knowledge and tools to fight the same. This university has also been selected as one of the designated national universities by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, and Science and Technology.
- Kyoto University
Kyoto University is one of the leading research institutes not only in Japan but the whole of Asia. The whole university in itself is exhaustive and the Faculty of Engineering is its largest and extensive faculty that consists of six departments. The research work is handed over to its 7 centers that cover a wide area, right from the theoretical studies in physics, chemistry, and mathematics to the latest technologies. Recently, Kyoto University has also been selected as one of the three designated national universities by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, and Science and Technology. 18 Nobel laureates have been linked with Kyoto University till 2018, the maximum among all the universities in Asia.
- Osaka University
The School of Engineering at Osaka University emphasizes the theoretical as well as the practical applications of technology. It has shown the world an effective implication of radical research in practical life. This engineering school is divided into five divisions, each of which is divided into separate departments. Following the tradition of Osaka University, the engineering school is constantly engaged in creative and innovative research and has come up with amazing results. Osaka University has also been given the status of Designated National University Corporate by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, and Science and Technology a couple of years ago.
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