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东京都 / 私立
English based undergraduate degree program for 2020 September Entry.
Please be informed that the English program for 2020 September Entry is released.
you can download each guidelines from the URL below.
School of Political Science and Economics
School of Social Sciences
Faculty of Science and Engineering
School of Culture, Media and Scoiety
School of International Liberal Stuides
The School of Creative Science and Engineering supports human activities that generate prosperity based on a diversity of human values.
The school provides opportunities for pioneering research and a practical education related to the realization of "global environments" that balance elements of space, equipment, community-creating technologies, and renewable system technologies.”
Waseda University considers globalization as an issue of foremost importance, and seeks to foster thinkers who feel at home in different cultures around the world, who can take action to solve various community problems, and who can make contributions both in- and outside of Japan, and to human society as a whole.
In order to achieve this, the university established the International Program in September 2010, where students can acquire their degree taking only classes in English.
Waseda University will offer a six-part online course on coastal disasters, taught in English and made available to everyone around the world. The course is titled: “Tsunamis and Storm Surges: Introduction to Coastal Disasters”.
This Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) is offered freely on the edX platform and is open worldwide to university students, high school students and anybody else interested in coastal disasters.
The course will introduce current coastal disaster research and damage mitigation engineering to young people in order to raise awareness and share scientific analysis of disasters such as the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, and the 2013 Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
You can enroll now via the edX homepage.
Click on the link below to visit our course page and register for the course now!
Nishiwaseda Campus Scene
Practical Training Course Scene
Students acquire a wide range of architectural knowledge, including the history and design of architecture, urban planning, and architectural engineering. The program nurtures practical design skills through exercises, and students gain specialized knowledge through experiments and practical training in architectural engineering.
Students research how technologies for design and construction can be useful in society. They study interdisciplinary programs and “border” topics, including design and co-creation, robotics, medical welfare, and environment and energy to develop abilities they can use to contribute to society.
Industrial and management systems engineering is an integrated science and technology field focusing mostly on mathematical technology, system technology, information technology, and human element technology. The department fosters the ability to solve problems in various organizational systems through the application of these technologies.
Civil and environmental engineering is a field closely tied to the environment, nature and everyday human life. Students learn about how development of national land can be achieved in harmony with nature, and acquire specialized knowledge and techniques for constructing and maintaining facilities that people need to lead cultured lives.
Students and faculty research academic topics and techniques related to the environment and resources, including the development and use of resources, environmental problems, methods to predict and mitigate natural disasters, resource recycling, and waste treatment measures. The mission of the department is to create man-made resource recycling systems that are integrated into the natural environment.