AcademicsUndergraduate Schools

School of Information and Telecommunication Engineering

Key features

  1. Focus on relevant and effective development of information and telecommunications technologies in areas of greatest demand in society
  2. Campus in the heart of the IT district in Tokyo offers direct access to a variety of collaborative programs that provide real-world learning experiences
  3. Emphasis on English language and presentation skills for international business in the global era

Message from the Dean

Professor Masahiro Yoshida

  • Department: Embedded Technology
  • Specializations: VLIS design, digital integrated circuits

In today's world of advanced digital technology, telecommunications engineers need to be equipped with advanced analytical and problem-solving skills as well as a excellent English language skills, in addition to specialized skills in areas such as software development and networking technology. The School of Information and Telecommunication Engineering is dedicated to ensuring that engineering graduates are equipped with excellent English language skills, an inclusive mindset and a strong sense of ambition, and the various skills and attributes needed to perform at the highest level on the global stage. New fields of technology provide many opportunities for engineers equipped with new sensitivities and highly specialized skills. The School of Information and Telecommunication Engineering will help you to turn your dream into reality.

Admission criteria

Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to self-motivated study and a desire to achieve the learning objectives of the School of Information and Telecommunication Engineering as follows. The School of Information and Telecommunication Engineering provides graduates with a comprehensive theoretical and practical grounding in telecommunications technology, along with a flexible and accommodating mind to accommodate and adapt to changes in society, as well as a broad knowledge base, a cosmopolitan outlook, and good English communication skills, augmented by a strong sense of purpose and understanding of ethical principles as befits the role of telecommunications engineer, by nurturing personnel with a broad knowledge, sound in body and mind, and with the ability to contribute to the development and creation of today's world of advanced digital technology.

Department of Information Media Technology

Key features

  1. Fundamental IT technologies
  2. Familiarity with information media
  3. Real-world classes starting in first year

Learn how to use information media to create content and contribute to society

Department of Information Media Technology

“Information media" is a general term for the techniques and media we use to convey information. The Department of Information Media Technology equips students with the skills to develop an appropriate information environment and design, process and manipulate information in line with a clearly enunciated set of objectives in order to make life better for all. The Department offers a wide range of elective subjects such as virtual reality, image processing, voice processing, interface design and databases. Practical subjects such as informatics and programming are available from first year, to ensure that students receive a solid grounding in the fundamentals of IT, while English language training equips graduates with the global communication skills needed to shine on the international stage.

Department of Embedded Technology

Key features

  1. High-level communication skills
  2. Software and hardware design
  3. Emphasis on practical exercises

Providing a combination of theory and practical skills for engineering careers in a range of fields

Department of Embedded Technology

The term “embedded software" refers to the programs that run the microcomputers that are embedded in mobile telephones, digital cameras, cars and even household appliances such as vacuum cleaners.

The Department of Embedded Technology provides a comprehensive grounding in hardware and software theory and techniques, with a strong emphasis on practical training involving experiments and real-world exercises. Through PBL (project-based learning) and small-group activities, students develop the communication skills to perform effectively on the world stage.

Department of Management Systems Engineering

Key features

  1. Comprehensive curriculum designed to produce IT experts
  2. Advanced management skills
  3. Seamless fusion of sciences and humanities content

Information management skills to become personnel to support corporate management

Department of Management Systems Engineering

Advances in ICT (information and communications technology) have brought about major changes in the way companies operate, particularly with respect to management procedures and practices. Information management is now a keenly sought-after skill in all areas of industry. The Department of Management Systems Engineering offers a curriculum that brings together elements of both the sciences and the humanities to provide a comprehensive grounding in IT and business management, producing information management engineers equipped with project and process management skills based on a thorough understanding of IT along with business management and administration.

Department of Communication and Network Engineering

Key features

  1. Producing network engineers
  2. Understanding of security technology
  3. Support for obtaining qualifications

Producing engineers with skills to construct, use and protect communication networks

Department of Communication and Network Engineering

Mobile phones, smartphones, computers and such digital devices are linked to one another via communication networks such as the internet. The Department of Communication and Network Engineering equips graduates to work as network engineers responsible for building and operating communication networks and provides them with the skills to pursue a wide range of other career options in the ICT arena. The curriculum covers a wide range of areas including principles of communication networks and computers, programming techniques, application development, encryption and authentication technology, and information and network security.