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Tokai University

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Type  Private
President  Tatsuro Matsumae
Postgraduates  1,057 (2015)
Total enrollment  30,061 (1 May 2014)
Founder  Shigeyoshi Matsumae
Phone  +81 3-3467-2211
Established  1942
Undergraduates  29,008 (2015)
Location  Tokyo, Japan
Color  Blue
Founded  1942
Tokai University
Address  2-28-4 Tomigaya, Shibuya, Tokyo 151-0063, Japan
Undergraduate tuition and fees  Domestic tuition: 15,084 USD (2010), International tuition: 15,084 USD (2010)
Notable alumni  Eikō Harada, Tatsunori Hara, Yasuhiro Yamashita, Shingo Suetsugu, Kenjiro Shinozuka
Similar  Toyo University, Teikyo University, Nihon University, Aoyama Gakuin University, Kokushikan University

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Tokai University (東海大学, Tōkai Daigaku) is a private university in Tokyo, Japan. Its establishing entity, the Tokai University Educational System was founded by Dr. Shigeyoshi Matsumae in 1942. He opened the Aerial Science College, an antecedent of Tokai University, Shizuoka, Japan in 1943. Tokai University was accredited under the Japan's old educational system in 1946 and under the new system in 1950. In 2008, Tokai University, Kyushu Tokai University, and Hokkaido Tokai University were consolidated and reorganized into Tokai University.

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The Tokai University Educational System is one of the largest general education and research institutions in Japan. Today, Tokai University consists of eight campuses in Sapporo (Hokkaido), Takanawa (Tokyo), Yoyogi (Tokyo), Shonan (Kanagawa), Isehara (Kanagawa), Shimizu (Shizuoka), Kumamoto (Kumamoto), and Aso (Kumamoto), which are composed of 21 schools and faculties made up appx. 80 departments, majors, and programs. Its graduate school offers 21 courses. The total student population is about 30,000 including 700 international students.

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School of Letters

Civilization

Asian Civilization

European Civilization

American Civilization

Nordic Studies

History

Japanese Literature

Creative Writing

English

Media Studies

Psychological and Sociological Studies

School of Political Science and Economics

Political Science

Economics

Business Administration

School of Humanities and Culture

Human Development

Arts

International Studies

School of Physical Education

Physical Education

Comtetitive Sports

Judo and Kendo

Physical Recreation

Sport & Leisure Management

School of Science

Mathematics

Mathematical Sciences

Physics

Chemistry

School of Information Science and Technology

Human and Information Science

Applied Computer Engineering

School of Engineering

Applied Biochemistry

Applied Chemistry

Optical and Imaging Science and Technology

Nuclear Engineering

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Materials Science

Architecture and Building Engineering

Civil Engineering

Precision Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Prime Mover Engineering

Aeronautics and Astronautics

Biomedical Engineering

School of Information and Telecommunication Engineering

Information Media Technology

Embedded Technology

Management Systems Engineering

Communication and Network Engineering

School of Marine Science and Technology

Maritime Civilizations

Environmental and Societal Affairs

Marine and Earth Science

Fisheries

Applied Biological Science

Marine Biology

Navigation and Ocean Engineering

Marine Civil Engineering

Marine Mineral Resources

Marine Science

Navigation

School of Health Sciences

Nursing

Social Work

School of Business Studies

Business Management

School of Business Administration

Business Administration

Tourism Management

School of Industrial Engineering

Environment Conservation Sciences

Electronics and Intelligent Systems Engineering

School of Industrial and Welfare Engineering

Production Engineering

Information Engineering

Architecture and Civil Engineering

Master's Degree Programs

  • Letters
  • Political Science
  • Economics
  • Law
  • Human Environmental Studies
  • Arts
  • Physical Education
  • Science
  • Engineering
  • Information and Telecommunication Engineering
  • Oceanography
  • Medicine
  • Health Sciences
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Agriculture
  • Regional Development Studies
  • Science and Engineering
  • Doctoral Degree Programs

  • Science and Technology
  • Earth and Environmental Science
  • Bioscience
  • Letters
  • Political Science
  • Economics
  • Medicine
  • Professional Graduate School

  • Tokai Law School (in English)
  • Other Courses

    Japanese Language Course for International Students

    Shipboard Training Course

    Tokai Cool Japan

    Facility

  • Hospitals affiliated to the School of Medicine
  • Tokai University Hospital
  • Highly emergency medical care center
  • Tokai University Ōiso Hospital
  • Tokai University Tokyo Hospital
  • Tokai University Hachiōji Hospital
  • Other

  • Marine research vessel, "Bosei-maru"
  • Campuses

  • Shonan Campus
  • Address: 4-1-1 Kitakaname, Hiratsuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture
  • 15 min. on foot from Tōkaidaigaku-mae Station of Odakyu Odawara Line
  • Yoyogi Campus
  • Address: 2-28-4 Tomigaya, Shibuya, Tokyo
  • 10 min. on foot from Yoyogi-hachiman Station of Odakyu Odawara Line or Yoyogi-koen Station of Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
  • Isehara Campus
  • Address: Boseidai, Isehara City, Kanagawa Prefecture
  • 15 min. by bus from Isehara Station of Odakyu Odawara Line
  • Shimizu Campus
  • Address: 3-20-1 Shimizu-orido, Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture
  • Shimizu Station of JR Tōkaidō Line
  • Sapporo Campus
  • Address: 5-1-1-1 Minamisawa, Sapporo City, Hokkaidō Prefecture
  • Takanawa Campus
  • Address:2-3-23 Takanawa, minato, Tokyo
  • Kumamoto Campus
  • Address:9-1-1 Toroku Kumamoto city, Kumamoto Prefecture
  • Aso Campus
  • Kawayou, Minamiaso-mura Aso-gun, Kumamoto Prefecture
  • Overseas offices

  • Hawaii US: Tokai University Pacific Center A.K.A. Hawaii Tokai International College (HTIC)
  • Denmark: Tokai University European Center
  • Austria: The Matsumae Budocenter
  • South Korea: Seoul office, In Hanyang University
  • Thailand: Tokai University Asian Office at KMITL, In King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL)
  • Scholarship

  • Foreign student scholarship
  • Foreign student special scholarship
  • General entrance examination top performer scholarship
  • MATSUMAE Shigeyoshi Commemoration Fund
  • MATSUMAE Shigeyoshi Foreign student scholarship
  • Faculty scholarship
  • Self-study scholarship
  • Establishment commemoration paper scholarship
  • Graduate school scholarship
  • Labor scholarship(Service in a University)
  • Emergency scholarship
  • (The person to whom tuition payment became difficult by sudden change of a household economy)

  • Medical department scholarship
  • SATO Kanezō scholarship loan(Department of Medical & Health science Student)
  • BOSEI scholarship(Department student of Health science of nursing)
  • Sport scholarship
  • International exchange scholarship
  • KAWAKAMI Masuo & UCHIDA Shoyu scholarship
  • SATO Kanezō Research training scholarship
  • TOKAI University Supporters' association scholarship
  • Affiliated institutions

  • Tokai University Boarding School in Denmark (now closed)
  • Famous alumni

  • Akinori Otsuka - pitcher for the Texas Rangers
  • Eikō Harada - president of McDonald's Japan
  • Kenji Sakaguchi - Actor
  • Kazuaki Tasaka - Japanese Football Player
  • Kenjiro Shinozuka - Rally driver
  • Yasuhiro Yamashita - Undefeated Japanese judoka
  • Kosei Inoue - Japanese judoka
  • Shohei Ono - Japanese judoka
  • Riki Nakaya - Japanese judoka
  • Naohisa Takato - Japanese judoka
  • Ryunosuke Haga - Japanese judoka
  • Mashu Baker - Japanese judoka
  • Akira Hagiwara - Racing driver
  • Kunihiro Shimizu - Japan National Volleyball Player
  • Nana Eikura - Actress, Model
  • Maki Tsukada
  • Satoko Okudera - Screenwriter
  • Shingo Suetsugu
  • Tatsunori Hara - manager of the Yomiuri Giants
  • Takuya Nakayama - basketball player
  • Tomimatsu Takaaki - Japan National Volleyball Player
  • Hakuei Tanaka - Lead singer of Penicillin
  • Tomoaki Hayashi - (AKA: Chisato) Lead Guitarist of Penicillin
  • Yoshiaki Kondou - (AKA: Gisho) Former Bassist of Penicillin
  • Toru Kamikawa - international football referee.
  • Toshihide Wakamatsu - Actor
  • Yuya Kubo - pitcher of the Yomiuri Giants
  • Radomir Kovačević - Serbian-Yugoslav judoka, coach, and bronze medalist at the 1980 Summer Olympics
  • Kitti Tiraseth - President of King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL), Thailand
  • Prakit Tangtisanon - Former President of King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL), Thailand
  • Marzan Aziz Iskandar - Chairman of Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT), Indonesia
  • Le Mans 24 Hours

    A student team at Tōkai University fielded a car for the Le Mans 24 Hours race in 2008. This was the first time that a university team attempted to enter the race.

    The team entered a Courage-Oreca LC70-YGK numbered 22 in the LMP1 class. It completed 185 laps (just under half that of the race winner), retiring due to a gearbox problem, and was not classified.

  • TOKAI UNIVERSITY Le Mans Project
  • It has been confirmed that they will race in the Asian Le Mans Series in November 2009. The team raced at the 2010 1000 km of Zhuhai and will race again at the 2011 6 Hours of Zhuhai, both races are part of the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup.

    Global Green Challenge

    The Tokai Challenger is a solar car. The Tokai Challenger is the winner of the 2009 World Solar Challenge, a race for solar cars across Australia. The car is designed and tested in collaboration with students from Tokai University and several Japanese companies in the automotive industry.

    The Tokai Challenger covered the 3021 kilometer off in 29 hours 49 minutes and it took an average speed of 100.54 kilometers per hour.

    References

    Tokai University Wikipedia


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