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.
The Tokyo Academy of Physics, the forerunner of the Tokyo University of Science, was founded in 1881, and two years later the academy was renamed the Tokyo College of Science. In 1988, the name of the educational corporation changed to the Tokyo University of Science.
Meet the University's President and University Foundation’s Chairperson of the Board of Directors.
TUS is comprised of four campuses, the Kagurazaka campus, the Katsushika campus, the Noda campus, the Oshamambe campus. Each campus has a distinct feel and offers a unique experience.
TUS features a variety of top-class facilities. Cultural facilities include libraries in each campus and the Science and Technology Museum.
Every TUS campus also features a range of athletic facilities to help maintain the health of students and members of the faculty.
Tokyo University of Science has four libraries in each campus. The university has a collection of about a million volumes－one of the largest collections among engineering universities in Japan. TUS also lends out more books than any other science and engineering university in the country, with a total of nearly 220,000 volumes checked out each year.