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【Kyushu Univ.】Accepting Applications for International Undergraduate Programs
We are now accepting applications for IUPE (International Undergraduate Programs in English), admission in fall 2017.
From January 6th to January 27th
For more details, please check each application procedure below.
The School of Engineering aims to equip the students with the knowledge of basic sciences (including physics and chemistry), the theory and practice of engineering, and a capacity to appreciate and explain a broad range of issues. The School also strives to enable the students to cultivate the sense of responsibility and ethics, always bearing in mind the importance of the “sustainable development of human civilization.” By the time they complete their undergraduate studies, the students will be ready to take on life’s real challenges as outstanding engineers with a global perspective, and a sense of commitment to the improvement of industrial and scientific technologies. There are four majors to choose from, which you must specify at the time of application, viz., Applied Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Aerospace Engineering.
Lab (Applied Chemistry)
Lab (Aerospace Engineering)
Lab (Mechanical Engineering)
In Applied Chemistry, students learn how to produce substances from their atomic and molecular levels, with the goal of making scientific contributions to the development and welfare of society. This program provides an advanced education in chemical technologies which can be applied to various fields, including IT, environmental sciences, nanotechnology and biotechnology, and cover a range of substances from organic and inorganic materials to biomolecules.
In Civil Engineering, students learn how to build, maintain, and control social infrastructure (water and sewage systems, roads, ports) and restore destroyed natural environment, all for the purpose of creating a safer society. Students will learn about the latest technology, in various fields of building design and construction, urban planning, and preservation of soil and water.
Civilization is built with machines. Mechanical engineering is the branch of engineering that involves the production and usage of mechanical power for the design, production, and operation of machines and tools. Students will study advanced engineering which is needed to create machines that enhance our world, such as ultra-super precision instruments that work on micro and nano scales, robots with artificial intelligence, and hydrogen energy and biotechnology devices.
Aerospace Engineering pursues the limitless abilities and dreams of people, by mobilizing the most advanced technologies from all basic engineering fields and using them to expand our horizons. In this program, students learn system engineering needed for the development of aerospace vehicles, in addition to engineering theories based on dynamics. They also study advanced engineering to determine and resolve the challenges generated by the expansion of operating aerospace vehicles.