Policy

Diploma Policy

Undergraduate

Shibaura Institute of Technology confers a Bachelor's degree to those who have fulfilled academic requirements for graduation and have attained the abilities specified in the following learning educational objectives:

Postgraduate

Shibaura Institute of Technology confers a Master’s and a Doctor’s degree to those who have fulfilled academic requirements for graduation and have attained the abilities specified in the following learning and educational objectives:

Curriculum Policy

Undergraduate

The Shibaura Institute of Technology offers a systematic curriculum consisting of lectures, seminars, experiments, and practical work under the heading of “university-wide common subjects,” “faculty-wide common subjects,” and “college-wide specialist subjects” so that students can acquire the knowledge, skills, capacities, and attitudes specified in the Diploma Policy. SIT achieves these learning and educational objectives by adopting teaching methods that encourage students’ active and subjective learning and research, by evaluating students’ achievement in a multifaceted manner, and by encouraging students to be reflective. SIT offers “university-wide common subjects” to all students so that they can achieve the goals set out by SIT’s mission and Diploma Policy.

Postgraduate

The Shibaura Institute of Technology offers a systematic curriculum consisting of lectures, seminars, laboratory works, and practical trainings under the postgraduate common education subjects and specialist education subjects so as to equip students with a high degree of quality knowledge, skills, capacities, and attitudes as specified in the Diploma Policy. Teaching and research supervision aims to encourage active and subjective learning by students and aims to achieve learning and educational objectives by evaluating student achievement in a multifaceted manner and by encouraging students to be reflective. a

Admission Policy

Undergraduate

The Shibaura Institute of Technology expects applicants to understand the university’s mission and the attributes of the “characters we seek,” as specified below. Moreover, applicants are expected to have a firm grasp of each college’s educational policy and curriculum and their offerings in teaching and research.

SIT seeks students with the following traits:


Those who agree with the above and wish to join SIT are expected to acquire the following in high school:

  1. The knowledge and skills learned in the high school curriculum (in particular, foreign languages, mathematics, and sciences).
  2. The abilities to think, judge, and express.
  3. The ability to actively collaborate with diverse people.

SIT carries out the following selection of applicants in order to evaluate the abilities listed above in a comprehensive and multifaceted manner. As for the distribution of marks, please refer to details of each method of selection.

Postgraduate

The Graduate School of the Shibaura Institute of Technology expects applicants to understand the university’s mission, the “characters we seek” as specified below, and to have a firm grasp of each school’s and major’s educational policy and curriculum, and offerings in teaching and research.

SIT seeks students with the following traits:


Those who agree with the above and wish to join the Graduate School at SIT are expected to have acquired the following learning achievements and capacities at the undergraduate level:

  1. Basic science and specialist knowledge acquired at the undergraduate level or at the master’s level.
  2. The ability to identify and solve problems.
  3. Communication skills including foreign languages and the abilities to present and manage.
  4. The ability to actively collaborate with diverse people.

SIT evaluates and selects applicants by way of wide variety of selection methods so as to evaluate the academic achievements and capacities as listed above in a comprehensive and multifaceted manner.