Tokyo Institute of Technology Information
Located in the capital of Japan the Tokyo Institute of Technology (東京工業大学) ranks as one of the strongest universities in its field within Asia. There are three campuses associated with the institute these are the Ookayama campus, the Suzukakedai campus and the Tamachi campus. Of these it is the Ookayama campus, located in Meguro which is considered the main campus. The Tokyo Institute of Technology ranking is number 4th in Japan, and 106th in the world. Similarly rated colleges in Japan include Kyoto University, Osaka University, Tohoku University, and Nagoya University.
The university is dedicated to science and technology and is divided into three main schools at undergraduate level: these being the schools of engineering; school of science; and the school of bio-science and biotechnology.
The Tokyo institute of technology has slightly more postgraduate students than undergraduates and more specialised areas of studies are available, with graduate schools being available: Innovation Management; Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering; Science and Engineering; Information Science and Engineering; Decision Science and Technology; Bio-science and Biotechnology.
There are many famous alumni and faculty associated with the institute, these include the Nobel Laureate Hideki Shirakawa. Also of note are Shigeo Hirose, Satoru Iwata and Kenichi Ohmae.
The Tokyo Institute of Technology ranking is number ? in Asia in the University Review List. Similarly ranked colleges include NUS, Hokkaido University, National Taiwan University, and Seoul National University.
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Other names include Tokyo Tech, Tokodai and TiTtech.
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