Gateway to World-Class
Research and Education
in Japan ― Chubu University
academic boundaries and
taking on real-world challenges
Chubu University's research mission is to "contribute to the pursuit of truth and the creation of knowledge by tackling research issues that contribute to the development of society and by producing excellent research results." In the research laboratories, students can work on cutting-edge research.
THE World University Rankings 2021
Among private comprehensive universities
in the Tokai area
Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Ranking
Among private universities in Aichi Prefecture
Dr. Yoshiyuki KAWAMOTO, Department of Biomedical Sciences, College of Life and Health Sciences
Dr. Shinji OKADA, Department of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, College of Science and Engineering
Dr. Motoyasu SATO, Muon Science and Engineering Research Center
Dr. Masanao OZAWA, Center for Mathematical Science and Artificial Intelligence
Dr. Hiromichi FUKUI, International Digital Earth Applied Science Research Center
Dr. Satarou YAMAGUCHI, Center of Applied Superconductivity and Sustainable Energy Research
Dr. Hisashi YAMAMOTO, Peptide Research Center
There are entrance examinations for International Students who wish to study in the graduate school (master's and doctoral courses) and undergraduate courses. Eligible foreign residents can take these entrance examinations.
Located in Kasugai City, Aichi Prefecture in the center of Japan, our vast campus is a place where a rich natural environment and advanced research and education facilities combine in harmony.
Our location is convenient for commuting by train or car, and it is a place where you can concentrate on your studies in the midst of nature.
Chubu University has exchange partnerships with 58 universities and institutions in 24 countries and regions, and many students experience study abroad programs each year.
Events and conversation partner programs are also offered, so many international students have opportunities to interact with Japanese students on campus.