Shibaura Institute of Technology

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Shibaura Institute of Technology
芝浦工業大学
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Type Private
Established 1949(Origins 1927)
President Masato Murakami
Students 8,387 (2015)[1]
Undergraduates 7,413 (2015)[1]
Postgraduates 920 (2015)[1]
54 (2015)[1]
Location Kōtō, Minato and Saitama, Tokyo and Saitama, Japan
Campus Urban
Colors Green
Website Official website
Omiya Campus

The Shibaura Institute of Technology (芝浦工業大学 Shibaura Kōgyō Daigaku?), abbreviated as Shibaura kōdai (芝浦工大 Shibaura kōdai?), is a private university of Technology in Japan, with campuses located in Tokyo and Saitama. It is the only private technology university in Japan to be selected for the Top Global University Project.

The university ranks moderately high in the Japanese university rankings, with an average selection rate of 25% based on entrance examinations.

Organization[edit]

Campuses[edit]

Shibaura Institute of Technology's main campus is located in the Toyosu district of Kōtō, Tokyo. The nearest station is Toyosu Station.

Apart from the main campus in Toyosu, there are 2 other campuses. The Omiya Campus in Saitama, Saitama, and the Shibaura Campus in Minato, Tokyo. All undergraduates spend the first 2 years at the Omiya Campus, then move to a different campus depending on their major. Students of the College of Systems Engineering and Science will spend all 4 years at the Omiya Campus.

Undergraduate schools[edit]

  • College of Engineering
    • Department of Mechanical Engineering
    • Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics
    • Department of Materials Science and Engineering
    • Department of Applied Chemistry
    • Department of Electrical Engineering
    • Department of Electronic Engineering
    • Department of Communications Engineering
    • Department of Information Science and Engineering
    • Department of Civil Engineering
    • Department of Architecture
    • Department of Architecture and Building
  • College of Systems Engineering and Science
    • Department of Electronic Information Systems
    • Department of Machinery and Control Systems
    • Department of Architecture and Environment Systems
    • Department of Bioscience and Engineering
    • Department of Mathematical Sciences
  • College of Engineering and Design
    • Department of Engineering and Design

Graduate schools[edit]

  • Graduate School of Engineering and Science (Master's Program)
    • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
    • Materials Science and Engineering
    • Applied Chemistry
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Architecture
    • Systems Engineering and Science
  • Graduate School of Engineering and Science (Doctor's Program)
    • Regional Environment Systems
    • Functional Control Systems
  • Graduate School of Engineering Management (Master's Program)
    • Engineering Management

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Official website

Coordinates: 35°39′37″N 139°47′40″E / 35.66028°N 139.79444°E / 35.66028; 139.79444