University of Tsukuba
Region: Eastern Asia
Country/Region: Japan
Found Year: 1973
Address: 1-1-1 Tennodai
Introduction

The University of Tsukuba aims to establish free exchange and close relationships in both basic and applied sciences with educational and research organizations and academic communities in Japan and overseas. While developing these relationships, we intend to pursue education and research to cultivate men and women with creative intelligence and rich human qualities. The University of Tsukuba endeavors to contribute to the progress of science and culture. Formerly, Japanese universities tended to remain cloistered in their own narrow, specialized fields, creating polarization, stagnation in education and research and alienation from their communities. The University of Tsukuba has decided to function as a university which is open to all within and outside of Japan. Toward this end, the university has made it its goal to develop an organization better suiting the functions and administration with a new concept of education and research highly international in character, rich in diversity and flexibility and capable of dealing sensitively with the changes occurring in contemporary society.To realize this, it has vested in its staff and administrative authorities the powers necessary to carry out these responsibilities.

Academic Ranking of World Universities
201-300
Academic Ranking of World Universities
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201-300
2017
201-300
2018
201-300
2019
201-300
2020
201-300
2021
Global Ranking of Academic Subjects
All Subjects
Subject
Rank
Best Ranked Subjects
Subject Rank
Biomedical Engineering
101-150
Energy Science & Engineering
151-200
Physics
201-300
Chemistry
201-300
Atmospheric Science
201-300
Public Health
201-300
Earth Sciences
301-400
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
301-400
Key Statistics
16994
Total Enrollment
2348(13.8%)
International Students
9944
Undergraduate Enrollment
580(5.8%)
International Students
7050
Graduate Enrollment
1768(25.1%)
International Students
Programs
Undergraduate Programs
Applied Sciences
Biological Resources In Science
Biology
Chemistry
Comparative Cultural Studies
Comprehensive International Science
Earth Science
Engineering System Science
Humanities
Information and Library Science
Information Science
Japanese Language and Cultural Studies
Mathematics
Medical Sciences
Medicine
Nursing
Obstacle Science
Pedagogics
Physics
Psychology
Social Engineering
Social Studies
The Information Media Development Studies
Graduate Programs
Apex Agricultural Technology Science
Art
Art · Language
Biological Sciences
Bioresource Sciences
Chemistry
Coaching
Computer Science
Disease Control Medical Science
Disorders and Sciences
Earth Evolutionary Science
Earth Science
Economics
Education
Education Foundation Studies
Electronic and Physical Engineering .
Enterprise Science
Environmental Science
For Materials Engineering
History and Anthropology
Humanities and Social Sciences
International and Area Studies
International Operations
International Public Policy
International Technology Development of Geo-Science
Law
Leagal Sciences
Library Information Media
Life Coexist Science
Life Systems Medicine
Lifelong Development
Material Development For Advanced Science
Modern Language and Modern Culture
Nursing Science
Operating System Science
Operations and Policy Sciences
Perceptual Brain Science
Ph.D. In Mathematics
Philosophy, Ideology
Physical Education
Physical Properties, Molecular Engineering
Physics
Psychology
Risk Engineering
School Education
Social Systems Engineering
Social Systems Management
Special Support Education
Sports Health System Management
Sports Medicine
Sports Science
The Apex Medical Science
The Biological Function of Sciences
The Biosphere Resources Science
The Constructor Energy Engineering
The Continuing Environmental Studies
The Humane Care Science
The Intelligent Functional System
The International Japanese Studies
The Life Industry Science
The School Management
The Unesco Education
World Heritage
World Heritage Studies