Tokyo Institute of Technology 東京工業大学

  • Tokyo, Japan 東京都

The Tokyo Institute of Technology’s graduate programs does not necessarily require Japanese proficiency and so may be a good choice for students who want the opportunity to study in an international setting but may not have the time or inclination to learn the Japanese language.

However, because the Institute’s undergraduate programs require that students to take EJU tests in science and Japanese language (students can choose to take the science test(s) in either English or Japanese). Those programs may be a good choice for those who have studied the Japanese language and are interested in gaining experience in using it in their science or technology careers.

The Tokyo Institute of Technology, as its name suggests, is a science and technology-focused school. It is known for its state-of-the-art equipment and its accomplished researchers.

Two of the Institute’s three campuses are a half hour or less from Tokyo Station, and its third campus is only about an hour away. For students looking to experience all the faces of modern big city Tokyo, from Akihabara’s “Electric Town” to Shibuya’s musically and culturally avant-garde scene to the ancient and incredibly maintained Sensoji Temple, this school may be a great choice.

COURSES & Fees

試験手数料 Examination Fee: ¥17,000

入学金 Matriculation Fee: ¥282,000

学費 Tuition: ¥535,800 per year

Science 

  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry 
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences

Engineering 

  • Mechanical Engineering 
  • Systems and Control Engineering 
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering 
  • Information and Communications Engineering 
  • Industrial Engineering and Economics

Materials and Chemical Technology 

  • Materials Science and Engineering 
  • Chemical Science and Engineering 

Computing 

  • Mathematical and Computing Science 
  • Computer Science 

Life Science and Technology 

  • Life Science and Technology 

Environment and Society 

  • Architecture and Building Engineering 
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering 
  • Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENT

  1. EJU Result
    1. Japanese as a foreign language.
    2. Science
    3. Japan and the World
    4. Mathematics
  2. TOEFL / TOEIC Result
  3. Entrance Examination
    1. Written examination or practical examination 
    2. Physics
    3. Chemistry
    4. Mathematics
    5. Interview

Living Cost

In addition to matriculation fee and tuition fee, average living expenses including accommodation, foods, entertainment, phone bill, and study materials are approximately ¥100,000 per month.

International students are allowed to work up to 28 hours per week only. According to the recent survey, the minimum wage is ¥958 per hour in Tokyo Prefecture.

CAMPUS LOCATION

Ookayama Campus, 2-12-1 Ookayama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, 152-8550, Japan

Suzukakedai Campus, 4259 Nagatsuta-cho, Midori-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa 226-8503 Japan

Tamachi Campus, 3-3-6 Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0023 Japan

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