Japan: Tokyo Institute of Technology
Tokyo Institute of Technology is a national research university located in Tokyo. Six different schools (Science, Engineering, Materials & Chemical Technology, Computing, Life Science & Technology, Environment & Society) offer education to around 10,000 students, of which more than 1,200 are international. It is one among the top 10 universities of Japan and the top 200 universities of the world.
University in brief
Language of instruction: Japanese, English Academic calendar: October - February, April - August Credit system: 15 units is equivalent to 30 ECTS credits Website:
Note: National Health Insurance (JNHI) app 2000- 4000 YEN/month is compulsory to buy at registration. Contact with a receiving professor has to be established and shown in the application to the university. Different programmes are offered
Tokyo Tech Exchange programmes.pdf (pdf 787 kB)
Number of spots: approx. six semester spots Grade requirements: none Programme specific information
If your programme or school is not listed below, contact the international coordinator at your school.
School of Architecture and the Built Environment (ABE)
TiT requires that the nominated students submit a portfolio together with the application. It is also required to submit a Letter of Recommendation and a description of your "research subject".
Master’s Programmes: Civil and Architectural Engineering, Sustainable Urban Planning and Design
This university offers courses that are relevant for your programme.
Master’s Programmes: Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure, Transport and Geoinformation Technology
This university offers relevant courses for your programme, but you should also be prepared to take elective courses.
Master’s Programmes: Real Estate and Construction Management, Sustainable Technology
No student from you programme has been on exchange at this University before. Please investigate the courses offered carefully.
School of Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Biotechnology and Health (CBH)
Agreement: Shared between all schools at KTH
The ACAP program offers a relatively good offer of courses in English for our master students at CBH. Click this link to learn more about whats available:
School of Engineering Sciences (SCI)
Please visit the partner university's webpage for the latest information and contact your International Coordinator for further guidance.