Tokyo University of Science

801–1000 th
World University Rankings 2020
201–300 th
University Impact Ranking 2019
36 th
Japan University Rankings 2019
1-3 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 162-8601, Japan

Our founding principle "Building a Better Future with Science"

Tokyo University of Science (TUS), founded in 1881, is one of the oldest private universities of science and technology in Japan. One of the most important objectives of a university is to educate students so that they can contribute to the development and welfare of humankind. To achieve this ideal, we have pursued interdisciplinary studies and state-of-the-art technologies while at the same time strengthening our basic education program. Even as we retain our traditional emphasis on the fundamentals of science, TUS has grown into one of Japan’s largest comprehensive science and technology universities, consisting of 7 faculties and 31 departments, to meet the needs of today's internationalized, information-oriented society. Through our unique education and research programs, we will continue to strive for the betterment of society. 

TUS at a Glance

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Faculties:

Faculty of Science Division I 
Contributing to the economic development of human society by educating graduates in diverse fields of theoretical and applied sciences.

 

Faculty of Engineering 
Focusing on the training of engineering graduates skilled not only in the various engineering subjects but also adept in developing new and innovative technologies.

  

Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences 
Educating pharmaceutical practitioners who are not only humane and caring, but also have an aptitude for research into new drug development and drug delivery methodologies.

  

Faculty of Science and Technology 
Nurturing scientists that strive for resonance between natural environment, space and humanity.

  

Faculty of Industrial Science and Technology 
Focuses on education of science and innovative technologies with applications in the industrial sector.

  

School of Management 
Learning management fundamentals with special emphasis on scientific and technological applications in industry and society.

  

Faculty of Science Division II 
This faculty, with classes conducted mainly in the evening, focusses on continuing education for learners already working in the industry.

Research Fields

Students and faculty are encouraged to investigate and research into new and innovative fields and collaborate with international educators and researchers from over 80 partner universities worldwide. In this age of digital technology, new fields of study and research such as Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics and Stem Cell Genetic Manipulation are gaining traction. World leading research in Fire Science Technologies, Tribology, Photocatalysis, Space Colonies and new battery technologies etc. are also being carried out. Most of our students get full time employment opportunities in large Japanese as well as multi-national corporations.

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Research Fields

Students and faculty are encouraged to investigate and research into new and innovative fields and collaborate with international educators and researchers from over 80 partner universities worldwide. In this age of digital technology, new fields of study and research such as Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics and Stem Cell Genetic Manipulation are gaining traction. World leading research in Fire Science Technologies, Tribology, Photocatalysis, Space Colonies and new battery technologies etc. are also being carried out. Most of our students get full time employment opportunities in large Japanese as well as multi-national corporations.

View all research fields at TUS

Explore rankings data for Tokyo University of Science

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Key statistics

  • 24.4
    No. of students per staff
    (1)
  • 2%
    Percentage of International Students
    (1)
  • 23 : 77
    Student Ratio of Females to Males
    (1)
  • 18,490
    Number of FTE Students
    (1)
  • ¥1,888
    Finance per Student (¥000s)
    (2)
Based on data collected for the (1) 2020 World University Rankings and (2) 2019 Japan University Rankings

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