To put its principle into practice, the University of Aizu recruited faculty from throughout the world.The situation in Japan today is such that both the Quality and Quantity of computer researchers and engineers are insufficient, and there are only a limited number of people capable of supervising them. Accordingly, the University recruited outstanding individuals from Japan and overseas. The University sought outstanding faculty by reviewing their achevements in their respective fields through detailed examinations, and this resulted in approximately half of the faculty being non-Japanese. This level of internationality has became one of the University's most distinctive features. Not only does this prove that computer researchers and engineers in Japan. Of couese our outstanding faculty also includes Japanese educators and reserchers, and both Japanese and non-Japanese researchers on campus collaborate on joint projects to make global research practically viable.

Facutly from Various Cultural Regions

  • Students will naturally acquire language skills through classes given in English and everyday conversation with faculty.
  • Number of Faculty Members 112 (Japanese Faculty 69 (61.6%) International Faculty 43 (38.4%))
Nationalities of Non-Japanese Faculty (As of July 1, 2017)
China 13 Russia 7 Canada 3
India 3 Korea 3 USA 1
Germany 1 Vietnam 2 Egypt 1
Bulgaria 1 Colombia 1 Taiwan 1
France 1 New Zealand 1 Tunisia 1
UK 2 Australia 1

Total 43


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Ryuichi Oka, President

School of Computer Science and Engineering

Toshiaki Miyazaki

Toshiaki Miyazaki, Dean

Graduate School of Computer Science and Engineering

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Tei Shigaku, Dean

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