About the Department of Astronautics and Aeronautics
The Chubu region has been designated by the Japanese Government as an International Strategic Special Zone, named the “Special Zone to Create Asia’s No.1 Aerospace Industrial Cluster.” As a result, many aerospace companies are located in and around Aichi Prefecture.
In the manufacturing and development of spacecraft, aircraft, engine, fuselage, wing, and other components, as well as in the development of electronic information equipment and software that are essential to the aerospace industry, there is an increasing need for personnel who can engage in production development.
The department of Astronautics and Aeronautics takes full advantage of the location of our university in the hub of the aerospace industry in order to provide students with a variety of learning experiences. In particular, students can attend special lectures by visiting engineers who are playing leading roles in the aerospace industry. Students also have the opportunity to tour the factories of aerospace companies and experience workshop practices there. The Department gives lectures and practical training to students while maintaining a good relationship with industrial circles around the university, cultivating engineers who will be able to demonstrate their abilities globally as leaders in the field of spacecraft/aircraft manufacturing and development.
|Degree||Bachelor of Engineering|
Number of Students
|1st Year||2nd Year||3rd Year||4th Year||Total|
Number of Full-time Faculty Members
|Professor||Associate Professor||Senior Assistant Professor||Assistant Professor||Research Associate||Total|
- As of May 1, 2023
An attractive place for learning
Being located in the center of the hub of the aerospace industry means up-close access to real-world spacecraft/aircraft manufacturing and development.
By taking full advantage of the aerospace industry hub, we educate students through lectures and practical training, while maintaining a good relationship with industry circles.