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Since it was founded in 1959, the Aichi Institute of Technology has worked to advance education and research with the concept of monozukuri, or Japanese craftsmanship, at its core. Our goal is to turn out engineers who can blaze a trail into the twenty-first century, armed with a level of knowledge and wisdom on par with that of the pioneers who built the great prosperity of the twentieth century. With campuses situated in Greater Nagoya and adjacent to the Nagoya Eastern Hills Research Zone, AIT is the perfect environment to offer its students superior interdisciplinary and international education.

Current as of May 1, 2017

Established 1959
President Yasuyuki Goto (Doctor of Engineering)
Campuses
  • Yakusa Campus
    1247 Yachigusa, Yakusa-cho, Toyota City, Aichi 470-0392
    Tel:+81-565-48-8121
    Fax:+81-565-48-0277
  • Motoyama Campus
    1-38-1 Higashiyama-dori, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya 464-0807
    Tel:+81-52-789-1381 or +81-52-789-1382
    Fel:+81-52-782-5066
  • Jiyugaoka Campus
    2-49-2 Jiyugaoka, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya 464-0044
    Tel:+81-52-757-0810
    Fax: +81-52-751-0600
Managing body Nagoya Electrical Educational Foundation
3-2-12 Wakamizu-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya 464-8540
TEL:+81-52-721-0201
Activity report Please refer to the Activity report and financial information on the Nagoya Electrical Educational Foundation website (Japanese only)
Student enrollment
  • Graduate School of Engineering:138
    • Master’s programs:131
      • Electrical and Electronics Engineering:34
        Materials Chemistry:34
      • Mechanical Engineering:46
        Construction Systems Engineering:17
    • Doctoral programs:7
      • Electricity and Materials Engineering:3
        Production and Construction Engineering:4
  • Graduate School of Business Administration and Computer Science:102
    • Master’s program:78
      • Business Administration and Computer Science:78
    • Doctoral program:24
      • Business Administration and Computer Science:24
  • Faculty of Engineering:4,240
    • Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering:1,115
      Department of Applied Chemistry:596
    • Department of Mechanical Engineering:1,102
      Department of Civil Engineering (Department of Urban Environment):521
      Department of Architecture:906
      Note: The Department of Urban Environment has been renamed the Department of Civil Engineering in April 2015
  • Faculty of Business Administration:684
    • Department of Business Administration:684
  • Faculty of Information Science:937
    • Department of Information Science:937
Number of faculty members
  • Executives:One president and one vice president
  • Faculty members:99 in the Faculty of Engineering, 19 in the Faculty of Business Administration, 21 in the Faculty of Information Science and 34 in General Education
  • Staff:112
Facilities
  • Yakusa Campus
    Main Administrative Building, department buildings, laboratories and practicum buildings, library, Research Institute for Industrial Technology, Disaster Prevention Research Center, Eco-electric Power Research Center, Information Technology Center, Computer Education Center, Seismic Resistance Experiment Center (SEIREX), Extension Center, Robot Museum, Mirai Kobo, Internship Support Center, gymnasiums, athletic fields, student dormitories, lodging, and more
  • Motoyama Campus
    Built around the Graduate School for Management and Information Sciences.
    Information Center, multipurpose rooms, lecture hall, seminar rooms, and more
  • Jiyugaoka Campus
    Functions as the main campus for the Management and Information Systems major and Business Management major in the Faculty of Business Administration
Campus site information
  • All university campuses
    • Total area
      667,142 m2
    • Buildings, lecture halls, and gymnasiums
      151,121 m2
    • Outdoor athletic sites
      198,855 m2
    • Boarding and lodging facilities
      40,114 m2
    • Other
      277,052 m2

Motoyama Campus:about 829 m2 (included in the above area measurements)
Jiyugaoka Campus:about 2,378 m2 (included in the above area measurements)

Campus descriptions and access
  • Yakusa Campus
    The Yakusa Campus is located to the east of Nagoya City and to the north of Toyota City. This central area has been designated as the Multi-axial Consolidated Framework Opened to the World (Chubu Region Basic Development and Maintenance Plan, 4th Stage), the Aichi Academic Research and Development Zone, and Future City of Exchange.
  • Motoyama Campus
    The Motoyama Campus is located along Higashiyama-dori in Nagoya City, and can be conveniently accessed by public transportation. (The school is located on the southwest corner of the Motoyama intersection.)
  • Jiyugaoka Campus
    The Jiyugaoka Campus is located near Jiyugaoka Station on the Meijo Subway Line.
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