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【Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology】Admission information for international Student is as follows.
Period of Application : December 7, 2017 (Thu.) to December 12,2017 (Tue.)
The university library has a collection of audio-visual materials for language study such as DVD movies and audio CDs, in addition to books, magazines, and newspapers.
Electronic journals have also been introduced and [Nature], [Science], and other various titles of magazines can be accessed and read directly from personal computers provided inside the campus.
We are engaged in the exhibition, publication, specimen collection, preservation, maintenance, and management of marine science and technology resources.
In line with this, our whale gallery also features the world's largest whale skeletal preparation.
The university has 6 training ships which sail from Japan coastal waters up to the equatorial waters, Antarctic Ocean, and other distant seas, taking its part in the practical education and research study of each of marine areas.
Whale Gallery(Museum of Fisheries Sciences)
Training Ship [Umitakamaru]