The Third Cluster of Colleges includes five Colleges in fields most close to industry, in engineering and business administration. The College of Engineering Sciences is responsible for the aspects of engineering closely related to material sciences and technology. You can study the most advanced science and technologies that will become the basis of future energy, such as electronics, supercomputers, mechatronics, and simulation technology.

All students in Years 1 and 2 take the common basic courses in engineering science, and select one of the four specialist courses available in Year 3: Applied Physics, Quantum and Electronic Engineering, Applied Condensed Matter Physics, and Materials and Molecular Engineering. This diagram shows how the educational structure is set within the University.

After graduation, students have the option to further their studies at graduate school. At Tsukuba University, the two-year Master's Program in Science and Engineering and the five-year Graduate School of Pure and Applied Sciences doctorate program correspond to the undergraduate College of Engineering Science. At the Graduate School of Pure and Applied Sciences, the Cooperative Graduate School System partners with many state research institutions concentrated in the Tsukuba area for joint efforts in both education and research. All academic faculty members are active in world-class research, creating a perfect environment to grow future researchers and educators who will become leaders of the next generation.