Founding Principles

The Tohoku Institute of Technology will nurture advanced technicians and engineers who will become industry leaders, particularly in the Tohoku region.


The Tohoku Institute of Technology will contribute to the development of a sustainable society through education and research activities.

Educational Policy

The Tohoku Institute of Technology will cultivate human resources who will become specialists in their field, who will possess harmonious personality, and who can demonstrate superior creativity and the ability to get things done.

Expectations of Our Students

The following skills and abilities obtained in an honest and motivated manner are expected:

1. Knowledge and comprehension of scientific knowledge and technical skills which are associated with culture, humanity and sociality.

2. Logical thinking and analyzing skills. Ability to finde, analyze and solve problems based on phenomena and results.

3. Cooperativeness and adaptability. Ability to address problems spontaneously as a member of a group.

4. Communication skills. Ability to develop greater self-expression and mutual understanding.

5. Ability to define problems and develop management skills Eagerness to discover new phenomena and deal with problems.

6. Ability to develop global understanding and language skills. Ability to see things from different perspectives and develop skills to operate in an international market place.

AEGG Policy:

In addition to the following policies (A/E/G1), Tohoku Institute of Technology values are also based on a teach ing policy (G2) to aid in developing a zest for living and respect in both the university and the wider society.

- Admission Policy To meet our education goals, we offer admission to students with following abilities:
1. Students with basic academic knowledge and the ability to facilitate general judgment
2. Students with special abilities in special subjects
3. Students with enthusiastic and clear goals
4. Students with remarkable achievements and clear goals

-Educational Policy (Composition and Enforcement Policy
1. Establishment of GPA (grade point average) goals for each department
2. Correlation of each subject and students’ required competence
3. Integration of major and general subjects to develop a social point of view and to enhance character formation
4. Small-class education
5. Creation of curriculum models for each department and course

-Graduation Policy (Conferment Policy)
We evaluate the above mentioned expected skills and abilities on each subject. We also evaluate graduation project or work in a systematic and objective manner as part of the total evaluation.

-Guidance Policy
Guide students in building their future plan while promoting respect for other members of society.
1. Create awareness of each student being a part of society through non-curricular activities
2 .Deepen professional awareness through professional career programs.