Tokyo Tech’s three campuses — two in Japan’s clean, vibrant capital, and one in adjacent Yokohama — provide a comfortable setting for a truly unique study experience. The long-cherished practical science and engineering education for which the Institute is known allows all students to experience the pleasures of research from an early stage. Findings from research institutes such as ELSI are fed back into curricula, and as laboratory members, students are in close contact with the world’s top researchers. The Institute’s hands-on approach is reflected in graduate employability rankings, in which Tokyo Tech consistently excels.
Tokyo Tech provides full degree programs in English at all levels. The Global Scientists and Engineers Program (GSEP) is a transdisciplinary Bachelor of Engineering program, while the International Graduate Programs (IGP) cater to those hoping to pursue more advanced science or engineering degrees in Japan.
Various scholarships are available.
School of Science
School of Engineering
School of Materials and Chemical Technology
School of Computing
School of Life Science and Technology
School of Environment and Society
Research Laboratories, Centers, and Units
Cell Biology Unit
Global Hydrogen Energy Unit
Advanced Computational Drug Discovery Unit
Innovative Heterogeneous Catalysis Unit
Advanced Data Analysis and Modeling Unit
Hybrid Materials Unit
Advanced Nuclear Fuel Cycle Unit
Clean Environment Unit
Supra-Integrated Materials Unit