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Pioneering innovations for a new age with a frontier spirit

The Graduate School of Engineering aims to develop personnel with diverse knowledge and the ability to make decisions and respond in a practical manner so that they can support internationalization, the advancement of science and technology, and the move to interdisciplinary science, after they have acquired fundamental and advanced specialized knowledge in the field of engineering through academic succession and creation.

At the Graduate School, students will acquire traits such as flexible thinking and composition skills, and the ability to communicate internationally, which will enable them to have a broad perspective and in-depth specialized knowledge as well as the ability to respond to developments and diversification in science and technology for our purpose of developing engineers and researchers who have acquired advanced knowledge, a deeper academic knowledge, and quick decision-making skills. The Graduate School of Engineering has a master’s program (2 years) followed by a doctoral program (3 years). The master’s program aims to help students develop the skills necessary for professions that require advanced expertise and provides them with more in-depth academic knowledge over a wide field of study. The doctoral program aims to increase students’ expertise, develop their ability to conduct research activities on their own as researchers, and develop their academic knowledge that will form the foundations for this research.


Division Laboratory
Applied Physics Quantum Matter Physics, Complex Material Physics,  Optical Science and Technology, Solid State Physics and Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering Ecological Materials, Materials Design,Energy Materials, Energy Conversion Materials,  lronmaking and Steel making, Frontier Energy Engineering 
Mechanical and Space Engineering Space Systems Engineering, Materials and Fluid Mechanics, Space Exploration Engineering
Human Mechanical Systems and Design Biomechanics and Robotics, Micromechanical Systems, Biomedical Simulation 
Energy and Environmental Systems Nuclear and Environmental Systems, Applied Energy Systems 
Quantum Science and Engineering Applied Quantum Beam Engineering, Plasma Science and Engineering,  Nanomaterials Science, Materials Structure Science, Fusion Scienge
Field Engineering for the Environment Hydraulic and Aquatic Environment Engineering,  Geotechnical and Material Engineering for Disaster Prevention
Engineering and Policy for Sustainable Environment Engineering for Sustainable Infrastructure System, Policy for Engineering and Environment
Architectural and Structural Design Structural and Urban Safety Design, Human Settlement Design 
Human Environmental Systems Planning and Performances for Built Environment, Building Engineering and Planning
Environmental Engineering Water Metabolic System, Environmental Management Systems 
Sustainable Resources Engineering Resources Engineering, Geoenvironmental Engineering 
Cooperative Programs for Resources Engineering Global Resources and Environmental Engineering,  Resources Engineering for international strategy


Applied Physics
Materials Science and Engineering
Mechanical and Space Engineering
Human Mechanical Systems and Design
Energy and Environmental Systems
Quantum Science and Engineering
Field Engineering for the Environment
Engineering and Policy for Sustainable Environment
Architectural and Structural Design
Human Environmental Systems
Environmental Engineering
Sustainable Resources Engineering
Cooperative Programs for Resources Engineering
Master's degree (Engineering), Doctorate degree (Engineering)


Academic fees

Fees for the 2024 academic year

Examination fee

Enrollment fee

Tuition fee

30,000 yen

282,000 yen

535,800 yen (annual)

Admission/Faculty members

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