10 Best universities for Civil Engineering in Japan

Below is the list of best universities in Japan ranked based on their research performance in Civil Engineering. A graph of 10.3K citations received by 1.39K academic papers made by 10 universities in Japan was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish between undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with the university website.

For Civil Engineering

#1 in Japan
#16 in Asia
#39 in the World
Acceptance Rate
35%
Enrollment
28,171
Founded
1877

For Civil Engineering

#2 in Japan
#28 in Asia
#77 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Enrollment
22,615
Male:Female
76:24
Founded
1897

For Civil Engineering

#3 in Japan
#44 in Asia
#144 in the World
Acceptance Rate
42%
Enrollment
15,959
Founded
1911

For Civil Engineering

#4 in Japan
#62 in Asia
#201 in the World
Acceptance Rate
41%
Enrollment
17,831
Founded
1907

For Civil Engineering

#5 in Japan
#73 in Asia
#242 in the World
Acceptance Rate
41%
Enrollment
23,316
Male:Female
68:32
Founded
1931

For Civil Engineering

#6 in Japan
#95 in Asia
#311 in the World
Acceptance Rate
35%
Enrollment
15,986
Founded
1902

For Civil Engineering

#7 in Japan
#96 in Asia
#313 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Enrollment
10,357
Founded
1881

For Civil Engineering

#8 in Japan
#105 in Asia
#337 in the World
Acceptance Rate
17%
Enrollment
50,221
Founded
1882

For Civil Engineering

#9 in Japan
#118 in Asia
#370 in the World
Acceptance Rate
41%
Enrollment
16,376
Founded
1939

For Civil Engineering

#10 in Japan
#148 in Asia
#466 in the World
Acceptance Rate
35%
Founded
1949

The best cities to study Civil Engineering in Japan based on the number of universities and their ranks are Tokyo, Kyoto, Fukuoka, and Sendai.