|Academic staff||362 full-time|
|Location||Utsunomiya, Tochigi, Japan|
Utsunomiya University was established in 1949 by integrating three national colleges: Utsunomiya Agricultural and Forestry College (宇都宮農林専門学校 Utsunomiya nōrin semmon gakkō , founded in 1922), Tochigi Normal School (栃木師範学校 Tochigi shihan gakkō , founded in 1873) and Tochigi Normal School for Youth (栃木青年師範学校 Tochigi seinen shihan gakkō , founded in 1922).
The university at first had two faculties: Faculty of Agriculture (in Mine Campus) and Faculty of Liberal Arts (in Takaragi Campus).
- 1955: The Faculty of Liberal Arts was removed to Mine Campus.
- 1964: Utsunomiya Technical Junior College (宇都宮工業短期大学) was merged with the university to constitute Faculty of Engineering (in Yoto Campus).
- 1966: The Faculty of Liberal Arts was renamed Faculty of Education.
- 1994: The Faculty of International Studies was added.
Faculties (Undergraduate Schools)
- Faculty of International Studies
- Department of International Social Studies
- Department of International Cultural Studies
- Faculty of Education
- School Teachers' Training Course
- Lifelong Education Course
- Environmental Education Course
- Faculty of Engineering (in Yoto Campus)
- Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering
- Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Department of Applied Chemistry
- Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering
- Department of Information Science
- Faculty of Agriculture
- Department of Bioproductive Science
- Department of Environmental Engineering
- Department of Agricultural Economics
- Department of Forest Sciences
- Graduate School of International Studies (Master's/Doctoral)
- Graduate School of Education (Master's courses only)
- Graduate School of Engineering (Master's/Doctoral)
- Graduate School of Agriculture (Master's/Doctoral)
- "Utsunomiya University: Number of Staff Members(in Japanese)". Retrieved 2009-02-22.
- "Utsunomiya University: Number of Students (in Japanese)". Retrieved 2009-02-22.
Coordinates: (main office) (engineering school)
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