Tokyo University of Agriculture (Tokyo NODAI)
Tokyo University of Agriculture (Tokyo NODAI) was founded by Viscount Takeaki Enomoto, a cosmopolitan figure in modern Japan and a scientist who served as Minister of Education, Foreign Affairs, Post and Telecommunications, and Agriculture during the Meiji Period (1868–1912). Tokyo NODAI was originally established as the Department of Agriculture at the Ikueiko School of the Tokugawa Ikuei-kai Foundation in 1891. Today, it has grown into a full-scale agricultural university with two graduate schools, six undergraduate faculties with 22 departments, and a junior college with three departments conducting education and research across a wide range of areas, including bioscience, food science, environmental science, health science, energy, and regional regeneration.
|Academic calendar||Semester I: beginning of April – beginning of August, Semester II: mid of September – late January|
|Language of instruction||English, Japanese|
|Area's of agreement||All|
|Restrictions||Additional requirement for non EU universities: GPA 7.0 or higher; Only for BSc students.|