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Japan: Toyohashi University of Technology (TUT)

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Toyohashi University of Technology (Toyohashi Tech) was established in 1976. It was done so to respond to  society´s need to  cultivate qualified individuals who would be creative engineers and show initiative and display leadership abilities. With this vision, Totemplate for picyohashi Tech focused largely on recruiting graduates of technical colleges.

The university’s mission has been to provide a 1st -class technological education and to conduct research for the further development and progress of technology. Along with producing many engineers and researchers among our graduates, we have tried to contribute positively to society through a range of activities such as industry-academia collaboration and social collaboration,based on our strengths, unique characteristics and 40 years of experience.

There are six departments in TUT, namely:

  1. Mechanical Engineering
  2. Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering
  3. Computer Science and Engineering
  4. Environmental and Life Sciences
  5. Architecture and Civil Engineering
  6. Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences

The courses offered at the Institute are:

  1. Mechanical Systems Design Course
  2. Materials and Manufacturing Course
  3. System Control and Robotics Course
  4. Environment and Energy Course
  5. Electronic Materials Course
  6. Electrical Systems Course
  7. Integrated Electronics Course
  8. Information and Communication System Course
  9. Computer and Information Science Course
  10. Information and Systems Science Course
  11. Sustainable Development Course
  12. Life and Materials Science Course
  13. Architecture and Building Science Course
  14. Civil and Environmental Engineering Course
  15. Humanities
  16. Natural Science and Basic Engineering
  17. Planning / Management Science
  18. Communication

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