The University of Tokyo


The University of Tokyo is a first-class education and research platform, contributes to social knowledge in collaboration with other top global universities. The University aims to foster global leaders with a pioneering spirit and strong sense of public responsibility, possessing both broad knowledge and deep specialism. It is a world-class centre for a vibrant academic community and research. Since its foundation in 1877, Researchers of the University have been at the forefront of research in their fields. The research work of UTokyo appears in international publications and journals and has earned many Nobel prizes. Research work on which university focuses are across sciences and arts is both deep and broad.

A robust education at the University of Tokyo undergraduate education highlights the liberal arts acquisition of a sound ethical framework, strong communication skills, and interdisciplinary.


Students at UTokyo can enjoy a wide range of benefits and support in every respect. International students are supported from administrative processes before enrollment, including housing and visa, to every matter related to campus and academic lives. Students at UTokoyo are encouraged to take part in a wide range of diverse events and special activities offered by the University to broaden their horizons.

The vibrant community in UTokyo has excellent students and world-class researchers from more than 100 countries. The University has facilities of a library, restaurants, cafeterias, bookstore, museum, computer labs, tennis courts, Athletic Fields (baseball, rugby), etc. Internships, volunteer activities, and other off-campus activities are increasingly essential to the University of Tokyo education.

There are over 450 several student clubs and associations that students run. These clubs cover various interests that range from voluntary work to individual and team sports. The University of Tokyo encourages students to participate in these activities and make their campus lives more vibrant.


The Housing Office at University is established to create an environment for research, education and living suitable for a global campus. It aims to provide high-quality residences at affordable prices. The Office currently operates dormitories and other living spaces for researchers and international students in the Kashiwa, Oiwake, Mejirodai, and Komaba areas. Additional roles of this Office are to provide housing facilities and support for students so they can live comfortably and safely. In addition, this Office also offers both short and long-term housing facilities for international researchers and students.


  • By Q.S. World Ranking, the University of Tokyo ranks 23.
  • According to Times Higher Education Ranking, the University of Tokyo ranks 35.
  • U.S. News and World Report rank the University of Tokyo at 77.


The University of Tokyo
7 Chome-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo City, Tokyo 113-8654, Japan

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