Q & A
Ｑ１：Want to know about environmental city subject!
There is an open campus held in June, August and November each year targeting high school students as well as their fathers and brothers. It's possible to look around the campus freely on the day and practical experiments can also be participated in. Moreover, the hot topics and the latest research results in scientific technology can be learnt in the public lectures! Detailed information can be found at the university homepage．
Ｑ２： Want to move onto a graduate school!
After learning environmental city engineering in the department, for those wanting to polish their techniques and deepen their research can progress to the graduate school (Master's early period 2 years, latter period 3 years). There is a social engineering option in this subject. For details about graduate schools, please take a look at university homepage.
Ｑ３：We've heard that it's a school with a long history?
Environmental and urban areas as a subject goes back a hundred years ago to 1905 to the establishment of Nagoya Higher Technical School / Civil engineering department. The curriculum has been changed along with progress in technology and it was relaunched as an environmental city subject in April 2004 in order to aim for eco-civil engineering that can be compatible with the new world.
Ｑ４：I would like to enroll on environmental city subject?
For detailed enquiries about the entrance exam please contact Nagoya institute of technology Education team Entrance exam room．
The above is a link to the Nagoya institute of technology website.