Degree Program in Japanese
The regular program for the Bachelor's Degree in Engineering consists of a 4-year coursework, which comprises liberal arts, fundamental studies and professional subjects. International students have to take the general Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU), conducted by the Association of International Education in Japan (AIEJ). Students awarded with scholarships from the Japanese Government through its Ministry of Education, Culture, sports and Science (Monbukagakusho) are exempt from these tests. However, they are asked to attend one year course at a special school for Japanese language training. Undergraduate programs are offered only in Japanese language.
In exceptional conditions, students are qualified for the senior program consisting of coursework in two years at least. The senior program benefits particularly students who have completed the "Kotosenmongakko"(Japanese College of Technology) or holds a junior college certificate.
- Bachelor of Engineering
The main requirements for Bachelor of Engineering degree are:
- a minimum of four years of study, which may be shortened up to three years in cases of outstanding academic performance;
- successful completion of a minimum of 124- 130 credits (depending on department regulations), most in major and some in related courses;
- submission of a final thesis and/or project (depending on department regulations).
Timetable & Course Description
Degree Program in English - Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Course
International Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Course, IMAC, is a fully English taught engineering degree program organized by the division of Mechanical Engineering, School of Engineering. It has the Undergraduate Course, IMAC-U (Bachelor Degree), and the Graduate Course, IMAC-G (Master and Doctoral Degree). IMAC-U directly connects to the international graduate course (IMAC-G).
Students will have opportunities to learn fundamental and cutting-edge knowledge in laboratories studying fluid dynamics, thermal engineering, materials engineering, micro/nanotechnologies, aerospace engineering, robotics, biomedical engineering, informationscience, quantum science and energy, and environmental studies etc.
The academic year is divided into two semesters. One semester includes 15-week coursework, examination and vacation.
1st semester: April 1 - September 30
2nd semester: October 1 - March 31
Undergraduate School of Engineering
|About Guidance||Registration Guidance for All Students|
|April 12 - August 10||Class|
|June 22||University Foundation Day|
|July 28, July 29||Open Campus|
|August 11 - September 30||Summer Vacation|
|October 1 - December 27||Class|
|November 5 - November 7||university festival|
|December 28 - January 3||Winter Vacation|
|January 4 - Feburary 2||Class|
|March 25||Commencement Ceremony|