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School of Information and Telecommunication Engineering

Key features

  1. A specialized course of study for a highly in-demand field that cultivates the information and telecommunication engineering skills necessary to hit the ground running.
  2. With a campus in the Shinagawa/Minato area, where many IT companies are concentrated, we implement an industry-academia collaborative education model that allows students to learn from the field.
  3. Courses hone students’ English language and presentation skills, nurturing professionals who can succeed in a globalized society.

Admission criteria

People who understand the educational goals and graduate profile of the School of Information and Telecommunication Engineering, and have the self-motivation to learn in order to achieve these outcomes


People who have a sufficient level of basic academic skills and are able to acquire the knowledge necessary to fulfill the degree requirements designated by the School of Information and Telecommunication Engineering

Applicant Qualifications in Knowledge • Skills • Critical Thinking • Decision-making • Communication • Attitude

[1] Knowledge • Skills

  • For English, it is advisable for students to acquire basic English language reading comprehension, expression and communication skills through their high school English courses.
  • For mathematics, it is advisable for students to gain an understanding of and ability to use formulas and calculation methods through their high school mathematics courses.
  • For science, it is advisable for students to have an understanding of the high school science subject that they selected (physics, chemistry, biology).

[2] Critical Thinking • Decision-making • Communication

Students should be able to apply knowledge/skills from and discuss both humanities and scientific subjects in an integrated manner.

[3] The Attitude to Learn Collaboratively with Others

Students should have the ability to understand a diversity of viewpoints, build positive relationships, challenge themselves, and persevere through disappointments to achieve their goals.

Department of Information Media Technology

Department of Information Media Technology

Various fields including the finance, industrial, distribution, education, medical, and environmental sectors are heavily influenced by a massive wave emerging from the information revolution. One of the transmitting sources of this massive wave is the information media. The Department of Information Media Technology provides the education for learning IT basic technologies such as an image/signal processing system, database system, virtual reality, authentication system, and Web system in order to nurture human resources with the skills to perform advanced development and designing of the information media that contributes greatly to the progress of modern society.

Department of Embedded Technology

Department of Embedded Technology

This department aims at fostering human resources having the skills needed to develop high-quality software as well as the embedded software used to control hardware in automobiles, home appliances, industrial equipment, and so on. The department also aims to produce engineers who will be able to contribute to technological R&D to develop this field further.

Department of Management Systems Engineering

Department of Management Systems Engineering

This department covers six fields: management information, management science, human science, production and distribution, management control, and service management. Students study management methods and knowledge, including software management relating to production and the control of information systems and software, amenity engineering that simultaneously pursues the welfare of workers and management efficiency, marketing and scheduling for the efficient production of the products demanded by the market, and other business-related methods.

Department of Communication and Network Engineering

Department of Communication and Network Engineering

Because the digital communication network has become rapidly widespread, even services that use their own infrastructures such as TV broadcasting stations and telephone companies, have started providing Web-based services. Furthermore, it is no longer an exaggeration to say that a ubiquitous society is on its way via the huge explosion in worldwide use of cellular phones. The Department of Communication and Network Engineering fosters telecommunication network engineers who can support the modern advanced information society through their well-balanced studies in telecommunication/network and hardware/software technologies.