Welcome to Tokyo Tech 2018

Kazuya Masu

A warm welcome to all new students joining the Tokyo Tech community!

Tokyo Tech is a buzzing hub of activity and excitement where we all work together to create new ideas and value. The world's leading researchers and scientists are here to guide you with their knowledge and experience, and experts in the liberal arts are ready to help you expand your horizons further. I encourage you all to take a proactive stance from your first day at Tokyo Tech as you begin creating your own unique paths.

At Tokyo Tech, we value autonomy, creative thinking, proactivity, determination, and the ability to work as a team towards bigger, better goals. The Institute's faculty and staff strive to provide everyone with the best possible learning environment, so let us get started with creating a better future through science and technology.

Once again, congratulations and welcome!

Kazuya Masu

President, Tokyo Tech

Schools, Departments, and Institute for Liberal Arts

Delivering a World-Class Education System
Information on Schools, Departments, and Institute for Liberal Arts inaugurated in April 2016

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The Tokyo Tech community sends warm congratulations to all new students as they begin an exciting new chapter in their lives.


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Published: April 2018


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