It is the academic policy of the College of Engineering Sciences to not focus on one particular field, but to have a wide perspective. Our graduates are progressive, ambitious science engineers, with a thorough understanding of basic principles, a broad perspective, and adaptability. The 2,000 graduates from the College of Engineering Sciences and its predecessor, the College of Basic Engineering (students entering in 1997 or earlier) are highly suited for the diversifying area of modern science engineering. They are now actively contributing as researchers and engineers in major firms, national research centers, and universities.

For those going into professional careers, our graduates have joined firms in the fields of electronics, semiconductors, telecommunications, precision equipment and measuring equipment, steel and metal industries, transport, automobiles, mechanics, power, medical diagnosis equipment, polymer materials, chemicals, rubber, foods, publishing and services, government agencies, and teaching.

You can also decide to go on to graduate school. To keep up with the rapid advancements in science technologies recently, approximately 80% of students go on to graduate school after graduation. This is also one of our characteristics.

Companies and society itself are becoming more complex, and more diversified. Engineers are required not just to understand the basic technologies supporting science engineering, but to have the adaptability and expertise that can respond to the continuous advancements in technology. As a graduate of the College of Engineering Sciences, one option is the Graduate School of Pure and Applied Sciences at the University of Tsukuba, which has strong partnerships with the national and private research centers congregating in Tsukuba Science City, for both research and education of students. The research results released by the University of Tsukuba and neighboring research institutions are highly regarded internationally, and by studying in such an environment, you can become a member of the research and educator community that leads the next generation.

 After Graduation Students % 
 Graduate school 110 85.9%
 Electronics 5 3.9% 
 Automobile 4 3.1%  
 Precision Equip. 2
 Chemicals 2 1.6% 
 Other 4 3.1%