Graduate School of Science, Technology and Innovation
- Updated on January 15, 2019
The Graduate School of Science, Technology and Innovation is an interdisciplinary graduate school newly established in April 2016 through collaboration between the areas of natural and social sciences in Kobe University.
At a glance
- -Undergraduates enrolled
- 96Graduates enrolled
- 3International students enrolled
- 27Faculty members
This graduate school aspires to foster human resources with research and development capabilities in science and technology across multiple fields, as well as the entrepreneurship skills necessary to commercialize the results of their research.
Our curriculum is based on organic collaboration between the natural and social sciences. The four natural science areas (Bioproduction, Advanced Membrane Technology, Advanced Information and Communication Technology, and Advanced Medical Science) are designated as flagship research areas for Kobe University. In the area of Business Administration, Kobe University has been recognized as a center of excellence for achieving outstanding results in education and research. The outlines of each area are as follows: