1976 - Nagaoka University of Technology officially opened.
Based on the fundamental education and research principles described above, NUT has established the following educational objectives:
International students, all of whom have come from different countries and cultures, might have various anxieties about life and study in Japan. To alleviate those concerns even a little, Nagaoka University of Technology strives continually to improve its support programs. It actively uses the following systems and opportunities for consultation.
We have student dormitories(for men : 360), an international student house(for women : 50) International House(Single:46,Couple:8,family:5) and 30th anniversary student house(Single:19, Couple:5). These housing options are on the campus, surrounded by rich greenery, providing a positive environment for studying. Each unit comes equipped with a table, a chair and a bed. An off-campus dormitory, International Lodge, is available for international students (couple: 12, family: 2). It is conveniently located near downtown Nagaoka, about 3 kilometers to the south from Nagaoka Station
You may borrow books in University Library or make reservations on the presently borrowed books, by using Student ID Card.
The Information Processing Center provides common high performance computers and Local Area Network environment for faculty members, as well as worldwide network.
For our students to maintain health, this Center provides various sport facilities and suggestions relating to sport activities and health care. First aid for accidents, health check-ups, health consultations and so are also available at the Center. Students must take our periodic Health Check-up (height, weight and abdominal measurement, eye test, chest X-ray, etc.) held every May at the Center.
The university facilities include 2 cafeterias(total capacity : 400 seats), a café(52 seats), an all-purpose store, a barbershop and a dry-cleaning shop. Electronic Money, Edy and QUICPay, can also be used at 2 cafeterias, café POPEYE and all-purpose store (shop BAITEN).
NUT International Students Association (NUTISA) aims to build mutual friendship among the int’l students as well as the Japanese students of NUT, through annual activities like Nagaoka International Festival and dance parties. There are also a wide range of sports, cultural clubs and associations that are open to all students. If a group of students is planning a meeting or informal gathering, please first appoint a responsible person to ask for an approval from Student Affairs.
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