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After Graduation

The Undergraduate Department of Engineering Science students are generally very enthusiastic about advanced studies, and almost three out of four graduates from the Undergraduate Department of Engineering Science continue on to a master course program.

Upon graduation, the students, including those completing the master course program, find employment and activity in a wide range of fields, including automotive, aircraft, shipbuilding, rolling stock, iron and steel, electric, electronics, precision machinery, heavy machinery, electricity, gas, transportation, communication, software, chemistry, glass, universities, governmental research centers, service, trading houses, etc. (Mechanical and Systems Engineering Course); electric, electronics, communication, automotive, aircraft, shipbuilding, rolling stock, iron and steel, non-ferrous metal, heavy machinery, precision machinery, electricity, gas, ceramics, trading houses, universities, national research centers, etc. (Material Science Course); universities, national research centers, governmental agencies, electricity, gas, electric, electronics, nuclear power, heavy machinery, precision machinery, automotive, aircraft, iron and steel, non-ferrous materials, glass, ceramics, communication, engineering, think tanks, banks, software, information, computer, etc. (Energy Science Course); and aircraft, space, machinery, transportation, electric, electronics, plant, automotive, universities, national research centers, non-profit organizations, etc. (Aeronautics and Astronautics Course).