Name of the University:  Nagoya University
Year of the Establishment: 
1931 (1871)
Location (City, Prefecture): 
Nagoya, Aichi
Number of Students:
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List of Faculties and Graduate Schools in the University

Graduate Schools:

Humanities, Education and Human Development, Law, Economics, Informatics, Science, Medicine, Engineering, Bioagricultural Sciences, International Development, Mathematics, Environmental Studies, Pharmaceutical Sciences

Undergraduate Schools:

Humanities, Education, Law, Economics, Informatics, Science, Medicine, Engineering, Agricultural Sciences

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University Overview

Nagoya University, which locates in Nagoya city, Aichi, Japan, is one of the country’s core comprehensive universities. About 10,000 undergraduate students and 6,000 graduate students study in Nagoya University. Nagoya University has a history of more than 140 years including the period of its precursor. Nagoya University leads not only Chubu area and Japan but also the world as the center for education and research.
Since entering the 21th century, 17 Japanese researchers have received a Nobel Prize. Among these, six are graduates of or have been affiliated with Nagoya University as faculty members during their career. This number of Laureates is the highest in Japan. It is said that main reason for Nagoya University’s surge of progress in this area is its free and vibrant academic culture.
Chubu area is famous for accumulation of automotive industries in Japan. Because Nagoya University is the top university in Chubu area, we produce many graduates, who hold a leading position in social-economic and technological spheres in this area. In this regards, cutting-edge research centers (e.g. National Composites Center, Green Mobility Collaborative Research Center), which relate to automotive industries were established at Nagoya University.