Tokyo City University: Statistics

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#2264 of 14,131 In the World
#672 of 5,830 In Asia
#139 of 719 In Japan
#31 of 84 In Tokyo
#287 of 1,005 For Architectural Engineering
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Enrollment
7,543
Funding
Private
Highest Degree
Bachelor
Website
www.tcu.ac.jp
Languages
Japanese
Acceptance rate
29%*

* Tokyo City University is among the institutions that don't provide data on acceptance rates. This might happen because a university has programs where an applicant only needs to meet admission requirements to enroll and doesn't necessarily competes with others.

We estimate the above acceptance rate based on admission statistics of closely-ranked nearby universities with similar research profiles that do publish such data.

Acceptance rate & Admissions

Admissions RequirementsGraduation from high school or recognized equivalent or foreign equivalent, and entrance examination
Academic CalendarApril to March (April - October; October-March)
Enrollment7,543

Publications & Citations

Publications
2,699
Citations
23,908

Tokyo City University majors

by publication & citation count

Engineering
1,636 / 12,547
Physics
1,109 / 10,686
Chemistry
958 / 6,919
Materials Science
900 / 5,893
Computer Science
331 / 2,608
Environmental Science
258 / 3,121
Automation and Control engineering
146 / 1,470
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
142 / 987
Electronic Engineering
110 / 671
Optical Engineering
100 / 1,437
Condensed Matter Physics
92 / 930
Computer Vision
87 / 432
Atomic and Molecular physics
86 / 1,405
Electrical Engineering
85 / 366
Business
82 / 390
Mathematics
81 / 257
Environmental Management
80 / 1,079
Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
74 / 968
Structural Engineering
74 / 374
Medicine
67 / 261
Biology
67 / 785
Chemical Engineering
67 / 652
Geography and Cartography
52 / 669
Art & Design
52 / 111
Nuclear Engineering
52 / 171
Metallurgical Engineering
52 / 335
Robotics
50 / 392
Automotive Engineering
48 / 399
Economics
47 / 389
Geology
42 / 125
Mechanical Engineering
42 / 306
Meteorology and Atmospheric Science
36 / 733
Astrophysics and Astronomy
33 / 1,234
Architectural Engineering
32 / 620
Nuclear Physics
31 / 1,403
Computer Networking
30 / 870
Geotechnical Engineering
28 / 78
Inorganic Chemistry
28 / 559
Computational Linguistics
25 / 82
Acoustical Engineering
24 / 25

Annual publication & citation counts

Year Publications Citations
1991 4 44
1992 6 52
1993 1 51
1994 5 37
1995 5 61
1996 1 45
1997 3 65
1998 1 81
1999 2 100
2000 3 78
2001 7 117
2002 6 130
2003 12 109
2004 9 159
2005 22 158
2006 20 257
2007 45 250
2008 39 350
2009 107 417
2010 169 479
2011 192 832
2012 202 1051
2013 210 1359
2014 203 1677
2015 218 1799
2016 220 2029
2017 297 2462
2018 332 2416
2019 378 3147
2020 334 3476
2021 281 4249

Programs and Degrees

Programs Associate's degree Bachelor's Master's Doctoral
Design | Arts | Humanities
Business | Politics | Social Sciences +
Languages | Culture | Linguistics
Nursing | Health | Pharmacy | Medicine
Engineering | IT +
Maths | Natural Sciences +
Gakushi Architecture, Civil Engineering, Communication Arts, Computer Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Energy Engineering, Environmental Studies, Information Sciences, Mechanical Engineering
Shushi Architecture, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Energy Engineering, Environmental Studies, Industrial Management, Information Sciences, Mechanical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Polymer and Plastics Technology
Hakase Architecture, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Energy Engineering, Environmental Studies, Industrial Management, Information Sciences, Mechanical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Polymer and Plastics Technology

Notable alumni

  1. Takahiro Hachigō

    Takahiro Hachigō
    Years
    1959-.. (age 64)
    Occupations
    businessperson
    Biography

    Takahiro Hachigo is a Japanese engineer and businessman, who has been the chief executive officer of Honda Motor Co., Ltd., from June 2015 - April 2021 and was succeeded by Toshihiro Mibe. Prior to this, Hachigo was a managing officer at Honda, and started his career at Honda in 1982 as a chassis engineer. As CEO, Hachigo sought to streamline the manufacturing process by merging certain operations between motorcycles and cars, and while also lowering the costs of production by consolidating factories at home and abroad involving the budget. Hachigo is currently a member of the company board.

  2. Akihiko Nakaya

    Akihiko Nakaya
    Born in
    Japan Flag Japan
    Years
    1957-.. (age 66)
    Occupations
    racing automobile driverracing driver
    Biography

    Akihiko Nakaya is a successful racing driver in the Japanese Touring Car Championship and F3000, as well as regular presenter on the Japanese motoring show Best Motoring. Nakaya offered a distinctively analytical approach to reviewing cars on the show, providing detailed analyses of various vehicle components and explaining certain driving styles that were best suited to their characteristics. He was a regular driver of Mitsubishi Lancer Evolutions during Best Motoring races involving the I, II, III, IV, V, VI (including the Tommi Makinen Edition), VII, and VIII of the car, often recording lap times significantly quicker than other drivers of the same vehicle.

  3. Akihiro Ohata

    Akihiro Ohata
    Born in
    Japan Flag Japan
    Years
    1947-.. (age 76)
    Occupations
    politician
    Biography

    Akihiro Ohata is a Japanese politician of the Democratic Party of Japan, a member of the House of Representatives in the Diet (national legislature). A native of Higashiibaraki District, Ibaraki, he attended the Musashi Institute of Technology as both undergraduate and graduate. He was elected to the assembly of Ibaraki Prefecture where he served for one term and then to the House of Representatives for the first time in 1990 as a member of the Japan Socialist Party.

  4. Jun Itami

    Jun Itami
    Born in
    Japan Flag Japan
    Years
    1937-2011 (aged 74)
    Occupations
    architect
    Biography

    Jun Itami is a renowned architect over Korea and Japan. He was born in Tokyo 1937 and gained his degree in architecture at Musashi Institute of Technology (now called Tokyo City University) in 1968. Itami Jun spent his childhood in Shizuoka, Japan and entered the world of architecture by traveling and encountering many other artists. With profound insight into objects, he learned and expressed architecture with the physical senses of touch and drawing as his medium. In the homogeneous industrial society, Itami Jun sought to practice contemporary architecture with an anti-modern bent, emphasizing purity of architecture and material, and pursuing heavy primitive architecture with a sense of rawness in the material. Itami Jun’s Jeju projects in his late years demonstrate the mature beauty of his architecture.

General info

Alternative names TCU
東京都市大学
Founded 1929
Accreditation Japan University Accreditation Association (JUAA)

Location and Contacts

Address 1-28-1 Tamazutsumi, Setagaya-ku
Tokyo, Tokyo, 158-8557
Japan
City population 14,048,000
Phone +81 (3) 3703 3111
Fax +81 (3) 5707 2222

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