TOKYO UNIVERSITY JAPANESE ENGLISH SCHOOL
Throughout its history, the school has trained many celebrities for Japan, including 6 prime ministers and many mathematicians, architects …
The school teaches all subjects primarily for both undergraduate and postgraduate levels and provides research facilities for these subjects.
According to the ranking of the world’s best universities in 2018, Tokyo University ranked 28th in the world and ranked 5th in Asia.
Considered one of the most prestigious universities in Japan, students who want to study at Tokyo University must take entrance exams and the rate of study is also the most difficult compared to universities in Japan.
If students study at university school, the first 2 years students have to study generally at the Komaba campus, then 2 years later to study at Hongo main campus.
For the admission requirements of the school is quite difficult for many students, especially students are international students, the school requires with the exam with Japanese students but also has to add separate subjects such as the Japanese language.
The school has a total of 4,514 lecturers including 254 international lecturers; 27,279 undergraduate and graduate students; including 2,639 international students.
Tokyo University includes the School of Arts and Sciences, 9 faculties and 15 graduate schools.
9 Faculties are: Law, Medicine, Technology, Literature, Science, Agriculture, Economics, Education and Pharmacy.
11 traditional high schools are: Law and Politics, Medicine, Technology, Humanities and Society, Science, Agriculture and Life Sciences, Economics, Arts and Science, Education and Science Pharmacy, Math Science.
The four newly established graduate schools in the last decade are Border Science, Information Research between Academic, Engineering and Information Sciences, and Community Policy.
The University has 11 research institutes: Institute of Medical Sciences, Earthquake Research Institute, Oriental Cultural Institute, Institute of Social Sciences, Institute of Engineering Science, Institute of History, Institute of Molecular and Biological Cells, Institute Cosmic Ray research, Institute of Solid Physics, Ocean Research Institute, and Advanced Research Center for Science and Technology.
Tokyo University has two types of faculties or schools that share knowledge to facilitate research and teaching.
A category for academics of the school including 18 faculties and schools
One category focuses on special goals for scholars of Japan including 4 faculties and schools.
There are many research institutions associated with many different faculties of the school.
All research institutes of the institutes work closely with relevant departments or schools in teaching and monitoring the activities of graduate students …
The school has a library system, concentrated in the General Library, connected to 55 libraries of departments, schools, and institutes.
There are about 8.1 million books and magazines including many rare editions. The school has a unique Museum, which is a special museum system that covers a variety of fields, from paleontology to anthropology.
The school has 3 campus locations: Hongo, Komaba, and Kashiwa, in addition to other facilities in Tokyo and elsewhere in the country.
The main location is Hongo Bunkyoku in Tokyo, 56 hectares wide, where the Japanese government considers it an important cultural asset of the country, most of the faculties, schools and institutes are located here.
The Komaba area is 35 hectares, located in the Meguro-Ku district, also in Tokyo.
Kashiwa area is 24 hectares in Chiba prefecture, outside Tokyo.
Tokyo University has 4 dormitories for international students with 3 types of rooms selected:
- Single room: 4,700 – 5,900 yen / month
- Double room: 9,500 – 11,900 yen / month
- Family room: 14,200 yen / month
Students receiving Japanese Government scholarships do not have to pay any tuition fees or other costs.
Tuition for admission students according to 2018 notice:
- Doctoral program: 520,800 yen / year
- Master’s program: 535,800 yen / year
- Fellowship program: 346,800 yen / year
(Data from school website)