International Cooperation

School -level Agreement

In order to internationalize our university, building a global research network, supporting participation in international projects and student exchanges, and expanding faculty and researcher exchanges are essential for developing global human resources who understand diversity and have a broad perspective. The School of Engineering, the School of Materials and Chemical Technology, and the School of Environment and Society, have cooperated to make school-level agreements with the world's top universities and educational institutions in order to maintain and strengthen our education and research systems. More than 50 School -level agreements with partner universities around the world for a wide range of exchanges, including student exchanges, researcher exchanges, and academic information exchanges for undergraduate and doctoral students, researchers, and faculty.
By singing up new agreements and establishing special groups of partner universities, 3 Engineering Schools provide excellent opportunities for students to broaden their horizons, conduct research, and deepen their learning in a global environment for three months to one year.

  1. University of Cambridge
  2. University of Oxford
  3. University of Southampton
  4. University of Warwick
  5. Sorbonne Université (UPMC)
  6. École Polytechnique
  7. RWTH Aachen University
  8. Technical University of Madrid
  9. Karlstad University
  10. University of the Basque Country
  11. University of Wisconsin-Madison
  12. University of California, Santa Barbara

  1. The University of Melbourne
  2. Tsinghua University
  3. National Taiwan University
  4. The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
  5. Institut Teknologi Bandung
  6. Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
  7. University of Malaya
  8. Indian Institute of Technology Madras
  9. Hanoi University of Science and Technology
  10. Nanyang Technological University
  11. Chulalongkorn University
  12. University of Moratuwa

  1. Wuhan University of Technology
  2. National Cheng Kung University
  3. Thammasat University
  4. Singapore University of Design and Technology
  5. National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

  1. MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    (Tokyo Tech-MIT Student Exchange Program)


Erasmus+ (2021-2027), implemented by the European Commission (EC), has undergone various changes since its predecessor, the European Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students (ERASMUS) which was launched in 1987, is one of the leading study abroad programs in Europe, also providing a wide range of educational opportunities for university students, doctoral candidates, university staff, and educational institutions around the world. The program takes its name from a Dutch philosopher named "Digiderius Erasmus," who is said to had continued his lifelong research while visiting various parts of Europe to deepen exchanges with prominent intellectuals.
Students and researchers who are selected for this program will receive a grant through the Erasmus+ partner universities of the School of Engineering, the School of Materials and Chemical Technology and the School of Environment and Society. (Three engineering schools).

  1. Student Mobility Program
  2. Staff Mobility Program

  1. University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU
  2. École nationale des ponts et chaussées(ENPC)


Kotarou INOUE

School of Engineering, Dean


School of Materials and Chemical Technology, Dean

Junichi TAKADA

School of Environment and Society, Dean