Chubu University History
Chubu University is a private university located in Kasugai, Japan. It was established in the year in 1964 as Chubu Institute of Technology. In 1984, CIT became a university and renamed to Chubu University.
Chubu University Programs, Courses, and Schools
Chubu University, offers undergraduate programs, postgraduate programs, master’s programs, and doctoral programs. It has 7 colleges and 6 graduate schools in different departments. The University has more than 5000 academic staff including 3000 undergraduate students, 2000 postgraduate students.
Chubu University Campuses
Chubu University has three campuses. The main campus is located in Kasugai. The second campus is located in Nagoya. The third campus is located in Ena City, Gifu Prefecture.
Chubu University Achievements & USP
Chubu University, Professor Hisashi Yamamoto (Director of the Molecular Catalyst Research Center) attended an award ceremony on April 4th in San Francisco, USA, in order to receive the Roger Adams Award in Organic Chemistry. Student of the Department of English Language and Culture Students received Awards at English Speech Contest.
Chubu University Programs
Chubu University Application Requirements
Chubu University Deadlines
Bachelors: January 15
Masters: December 11
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
Chubu University Rankings