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Regular Course

Five-year course

  • Five years of consistent engineering education from 15 years old.

High quality of teaching

  • Possibility of continuing further study in the two-year advanced course.

Practical training

  • Curriculum emphasizing scientific experiments, workshop training and practical manufacturing skills.
  • Small classes, allowing close attention to students. Detailed teaching and assistance by dedicated teachers.
  • Student dormitory service.
    Various opportunities to improve Japanese skills through life in the dormitory and extracurricular activities.
  • Inter-college competitions, such as the Robot Contest,Programming Contest, Design Contest and so on.
  • International activities, such as teacher and student exchange (470 international students).
  • Accreditation by JABEE as a qualified engineering education program.

Good employment circumstances

  • A wide variety of career courses are available after graduation, from employment to advancing to higher level education.
  • A very good reputation both in industry and in academia.

Advanced Course

Development of practical manufacturing skills

  • PBL (Project-Based Learning) on practical engineering tasks.
  • Developing a broad outlook on engineering by blending the specialties of regular course graduates who have studied in different fields.
  • Fostering a sense for business.

Cooperation with local industry

  • A long?term internship (over a month) and COOP (cooperative education)
  • Retired engineers from industry give lectures to pass on manufacturing skills to the younger generation.

Accreditation by JABEE as a qualified engineering education program.

  • Accredited programs of KOSEN (Colleges of Technology) correspond to the level of undergraduate engineering programs in a university.
  • Internationally accepted through the Washington accord.