The University of Tokyo, as a national university corporation supported by the Japanese people, is committed to fulfilling its public responsibility through academic research and by fostering new talent, thus providing a reliable compass to the future. It goes without saying that the problems we face today and in our daily lives exist within the context of our mutual relations with other countries. The education and research activities of the University of Tokyo cannot be sustained without the involvement of the rest of the world, and we hope that the benefits of that research will be widely enjoyed by humanity at large. As society faces up to the challenges of today, so the University of Tokyo will bear its share of the burden through the creation of new academic value and the construction of diverse education and research programs. We will continue to concentrate our labors on reinforcing the academic foundations that make this challenge possible, and with this in mind, the University of Tokyo spreads its academic wings not just to the present and the future, but to the past as well. A determined effort to realize the future possibilities of knowledge, combined with a historically-tempered awareness of the accumulation of wisdom is the essential prerequisite for the creation of human knowledge. It is by focusing not just on scholarship for acclaim today, but by ensuring the sustenance and continued development of diverse disciplines that we can enrich the foundations of knowledge and nurture new sources of creativity.
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One of the academic goals of the Graduate School of Engineering is the cultivation of talented individuals equipped with a systematic knowledge of science and technology, and an engineering mindset, capable of responsibly conducting research, development, planning, design, production, management, and policy formulation, in relation to engineering and its application. These engineering abilities are extremely necessary for Uzbekistan and also other NIS countries. A deeper purpose is to contribute to the sustainability and development of society through pioneering new frontiers in research and actively participating in research that may lead to new technological innovations.
The Graduate School of Engineering has 18 departments featuring principal engineering technology spanning a wide range of fields. The objective of graduate school education is the acquisition of a more advanced degree of engineering knowledge and research ability. In particular, future research and development is carried out autonomously in the doctoral program, with an aim to also acquire leadership ability. The practice of graduate school education differs by department; however schooling by means of the development of special fields of study has become increasingly important on the master's program. Research at the Graduate School of Engineering is not just restricted to the "hard" studies centered on experimentation. Instead, diversity in the range of research fields is increasing with research concerning information, artificial intelligence, and CAD/CAM; research relating to the environment, disaster prevention, energy and urban social systems; and research into the interdisciplinary fields of life science and medicine which focus on the human. Research is conducted while maintaining a cooperative relationship with other fields of engineering, resulting in the pioneering and application of various new fields. Recently, society's deep concern regarding environmental problems has come to be reflected in research, with issues relating to society and the environment continuing to be stressed in every field of engineering.
The importance of the fields of Informatics and Life Sciences is continuing to increase, and problems that cannot be resolved within the traditional framework of engineering, such as those of environmental studies, are increasingly becoming the target of research. In order to respond to this age of borderless fields of study, more flexible forms of research structure are becoming necessary.
The Graduate School of Engineering is the largest graduate school at the University of Tokyo with almost a third of the overseas students studying at the university. Full and continuous support for overseas students is important, as is the further internationalization of Japanese students. At the Graduate School of Engineering, the concept of further internationalization in education and research, and specific policies based on it, are continuously scrutinized, and great effort is devoted to the enrichment of overseas student education and the expansion of international research exchange.
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Since launching the programme in 1982, the department has provided a high-level education and research environment in the design of infrastructure technology, planning, disaster mitigation, and environmental management through the medium of English. We promote this program in order to produce talented individuals who are capable of managing and leading international infrastructure development projects throughout the world.
Based on this proven 30 year track record and know-how in recruiting outstanding students and supporting an alumni network, the objective of the programme is to establish a unique top level of civil engineers. It achieves this aim by encouraging close collaboration between Japanese and International students and preparing its graduating students to become future international leaders in the field of infrastructure technology. The program is also designed to ensure that civil engineering, which is a foundation for the life of the community, addresses both preparation for unexpected natural disasters and the goal of low environmental impact.
The program combines knowledge of high technology and the latest science with elements of the humanities, a synthesis which promotes the ability for policy making and project management. Thus, students acquire not only academic knowledge and research skills but also the interpersonal awareness and skills which play an important role in the international environment. We strive to enable students to become policy makers, project managers and academics who contribute fully to society. In order to achieve this objective, we create an environment which stimulates students to fully realize their individual potential.
The department also provides Japanese Language Class. This class is largely concerned with developing basic skills in speaking and listening in Japanese (and also reading and writing to a certain extent) the class is offered for about ten hours per week and total of 150 hours in the first semester.
Professors with mark ★ are able to supervise this program.
AY 2016 Schedule of the Graduate School of Engineering 「Reference」
http://www.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/soee/for_utstdnt/pdf/schedule_2016e.pdf please visit for 2016 schedule
|Winter Term Classes Begin||[Monday, September 26]|
|Entrance Ceremony for Students Enrolled in October 2016||To be determined|
|Period for Registration for the Winter Term Classes (Confirmation of the Academic Credits Previously Earned)||[from Monday, September 26 to Friday, October 7, ]
＊Refer to the “UT-mate manual” to register for courses online.
|Web Modification Period for Web registration for the Winter Classes|
|Deadline to Submit the Doctoral Dissertation (only for those who are expected to complete the doctoral course in March)||[Thursday, December 1]|
|Winter Term Vacation||[from Friday, December 23 to Wednesday, January 4]|
|Period for Submission of Request for Transferring Credits (only for those who are expected to complete the doctoral course in March)||[from Monday, January16 to Friday, January 27]|
|Last Day of Winter Term Classes||[Thursday, February 2]|
|Deadline to Submit the Master’s Thesis (only for those who are expected to complete the master’s course in March)||Confirm the exact date at the Department Administration Office|
|Course Completion Date||To be determined|
|Summer Term Classes Begin||[Tuesday, April 5]|
|Entrance Ceremony for Students Enrolled in April 2016||[Tuesday, April 12]|
|Period for Registration for the Summer Term/One-Year Classes (Confirmation of the Academic Credits Previously Earned)||[from Tuesday, April 5 to Friday, April 15]
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|Period for Any Course Changes for the Summer Term/One-Year Classes|
|Deadline to Submit the Doctoral Dissertation (only for those who are expected to complete the doctoral course on 26 September)||[Wednesday June 1]|
|Period for Submission of Request for Transferring Credits (only for those who are expected to complete the doctoral course in September)||[from Tuesday, July 5to Friday, July 15]|
|Last Day of Summer Term Classes||[Monday, August 1]|
|Summer Term Vacation||[from Tuesday , August 2 to Sunday, September 25]|
|Deadline to Submit the Master’s Thesis (only for those who are expected to complete the master’s course in September)||Confirm the exact date at the Department Administration Office|
|Course Completion Date||To be determined|
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The University of Tokyo offers accommodations for international students as part of our efforts to promote international exchanges in the education and research fields.
Two types of accommodation are available for international students at the university:
residences operated by the University and apartments and flats rented by private businesses.
Residences operated by the University are available at lower rents than private accommodation, and are furnished to the minimum level needed for students on arrival. Each residence is highly motivated to promote international exchanges and pursue activities to encourage communication among residents.
In Uzbekistan, it must be an urgent task to foster global civil engineers and infrastructure planners that can manage infrastructure and city systems. Our department provides various lectures with various scopes and scales so that students will be able to work as global civil engineers and infrastructure planners. We are also providing summer seminars for international students about railway technologies and urban planning, expressway engineering and so forth. Students can enjoy these opportunities also for learn about those infrastructure as a whole. Moreover we have access to Russian-speaking staff in our university and students can also utilize this access, too.