Tokyo University of Science founded in 1881, is one of the oldest private universities of science and technology in Japan. Rooted in a strong sense of ethics, scientists and engineers at TUS strive to solve global challenges and make the world a better place through science.

Key Facts

Establishment
1881
History
One of Japan's Largest and Most Storied
Private Science and Technology Universities
Total Campus Area
961,280m2
Students (total)
19,033
Graduates
over 210,000
Laboratories
Approx. 390
Faculty Members
1,722
Partner Universities & Organizations
79
International Students
719
Student Nationalities
Approx. 20
Percentage Continuing to Graduate School
45.2%
Career Decision Percentage (Students)
96%
(As of May 2021)

Overview

Overseas Hubs

With a total of 77 partner universities and agencies, and 7 alumni associations worldwide,TUS supports the research and intellectual exchange of its students and researchers.

Mission & History

The principle and goals of TUS and the mission, aims and educational goals of TUS schools and departments and retracing our steps from the university's founding.

Founding Spirit

Building a Better Future with Science

Education and Research Ideal

Innovation in Science and Technology for Sustainable Development

Tradition

Known for Having a Principle of "Achieving Excellence" whereby Graduation Is Earned Only by Those Students Who Are Truly Capable

Leadership

Office of the President

Meet the University's President and see also the history of the successive generations of presidents.

Office of the Chairperson

Meet the Universityʼs Chairperson of the Board of Directors and see also the history of the successive generations of chairpersons.

Organization Chart

Organization chart of the undergraduate schools, graduate schools, departments, research institutes, and other institutions.

PR Tools

Publications, TUS Videos, and
Dedicated Websites published by TUS.

  • ・Publications
  • ・Videos
  • ・Dedicated Websites

FAQs

Here you will find answers to frequently asked questions such as what you need for the entrance examinations and admission procedures at TUS, Japanese language skills, scholarships, and other topics.