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School of Informatics and Engineering

The School of Informatics and Engineering engages in education and research that is based on the new concept of “Comprehensive Communication Sciences.” The school consists of three clusters and one program (mainly night classes). To meet the interests of the generation that will build our future and to train the types of individuals that society truly needs, the educational programs of the scool are focused on providing practical skills.

Clusters of the School of Informatics and Engineering

Fields of Research

What Is “Comprehensive Communication Science?”

The sustained development of humanity depends on our ability to break free from the material civilization of the 20th century and achieve a society in which everyone can live a fulfilling life. Innovation that prioritizes person-to-person, person-to-nature, person-to-society, and person-to-artifact communication is essential for the achievement of this society. The University of Electro-Communications has created the “Comprehensive Communication Sciences” as a new form of practical science and technology that fuses and systematizes various fields of science and technology that pertain to communication.

Future after Graduation or Program Completion

Continuing to the Next Stage of Education

More than 60% of the University of Electro-Communications graduates proceed to graduate school to pursue their studies and research more deeply. Of those students, almost 90% pursue their graduate studies at the University of Electro-Communications. Also, while most students acquire a master’s degree and find a job after completing the first half of the doctoral program, approximately 10% of the students who complete the first half of the program proceed to the second half of the doctoral program to pursue even more specialized knowledge.

Future Employment

Graduates go on to active, successful careers in a variety of industries, primarily in fields that are closely related to their area of specialization at the university. The primary places of employment for graduates cover a wide range of fields that are indicative of the university’s science and technology focus. These fields include electronics manufacturing, communication-device manufacturing, computer manufacturing, and information-processing research and engineering.

Undergraduate School
Graduate school