Hiroshima Institute of Technology
Hiroshima Institute of Technology (広島工業大学 Hiroshima Kōgyō Daigaku?) is a private university in Saeki, Hiroshima, Japan. It was established by Tsuru Gakuen (founded by Noboru Tsuru) in 1961 as a two-year college, and became a four-year university in 1963, taking its present name.
The university has faculties of engineering, applied information science, and environmental studies. Each has multiple departments.
Alumni of Hiroshima Institute of Technology include comedian Yohichi Shimada, architect Tōru Murakami, and software entrepreneur Toru Takasuka.
- Hiroshima Institute of Technology (retrieved August 18, 2007)
- Hiroshima Kōgyō Daigaku (Japanese Wikipedia, in Japanese, retrieved August 18, 2007)
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