Tokyo Institute of Technology Fund
Tokyo Institute of Technology Fund
You can give to Tokyo Tech's Unrestricted Fund or specify your preferred area of support. To support a specific area, click "Give" to open the donation form, then under "Area of Support" check "Other" and enter the name of the fund, project, School, or Institute you would like to support.
This fund ensures the availability of stable and flexible funds used to address emerging Institute-wide needs.
These include a variety of funds with specific purposes positioned under the Tokyo Tech Fund.
This campaign ended on October 31, 2020. We sincerely appreciate your generous donations.
Tokyo Tech takes pride in providing and maintaining a rich, green, attractive campus environment. Donors who contribute a certain amount to this fund are entitled to a commemorative plaque bearing their name on campus furniture.
This fund supports the activities of the Laboratory for Design of Social Innovation for Global Networks, or DLab. Contributions go towards workshops where Tokyo Tech and the public design a more desirable future, and research activities that aim to make this future a reality.
This fund allows outstanding academic achievers who need financial aid to overcome economic disadvantages.
Donors (Japanese residents) can choose to apply for either income tax deduction or tax credit.
This fund supports student-centered initiatives including the ongoing operation of Hisao & Hiroko Taki Plaza, an international exchange hub on Ookayama Campus, support of Student Ambassadors who assist with stakeholder relations, international events managed by students, training of Teaching Assistants, and other student-focused initiatives.
Tokyo Tech students are enthusiastic about extracurricular activities. This fund boosts the well-being and performance of members in over 80 student clubs and organizations .
Give to the Student Club Fund to help improve the overall environment for all extracurricular activities or specify the club of your choice.
After Honorary Professor Yoshinori Ohsumi was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2016, a fund was established in his name with the goal of fostering talented individuals who contribute to the sustainable development of Japan. The fund supports students in need of financial help and provides assistance to young researchers.
This fund aims to remove barriers inhibiting female students and researchers in the fields of science and technology. Women continue to be underrepresented in these fields, but your gifts can help Tokyo Tech close this gender gap.
Named after Yasuharu Suematsu, the former Tokyo Tech president who donated a portion of his Japan Prize to the Institute, this fund encourages young scientists and engineers to pursue research in diverse fields, develop new technology, and delve into the unexplored domains of science.
You can also choose to support a number of high-potential projects that currently do not have an independent fund.
Support regular educational events and workshops organized by Tokyo Tech to nurture younger generations who will create the future.
Support TAIST-Tokyo Tech, a program established in 2007 at the request of the Thai government to form R&D centers and produce talented technically innovative individuals who can contribute to sustainable development. Expectations for TAIST continue to grow as its connections throughout Asia strengthen.
Support Tech Tech Nursery, which opened on April 1, 2017 on Ookayama Campus. The nursery plays an important role in contributing to the local community and welcoming a diverse student and faculty population to the Institute. In collaboration with Ota City, it also works to alleviate the high demand for daycare in the area by offering services to local residents.
As of May 1, 2018, about 1,700 students from overseas study at Tokyo Tech. Variety of programs, scholarships, and support systems including asistance prior to and at the time of arraival in Japan are available.
Your contributions go directly to the School or Institute of your choice and are used to advance education and the latest research activities.
Exploring the Truth and Creating Knowledge
Creating New Industries and Advancing Civilization
Encompassing the Disciplines of Science and Engineering
Creating the Future Information Society
Unravel the Complex and Diverse Phenomena of Life
Adapting Environments to Shifting Attitudes
Connecting Science and Technology with Society
Exploring the origins of the Earth and life