In 1953, The Graduate School of Engineering was established under the new system with Divisions of Civil Engineering, Mineral Resources Development Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Applied Chemistry, Metallurgical Engineering and Architecture.
The aim of The School of Engineering and The Graduate School of the Engineering is to educate students to be excellent engineers and researchers in the future.
Goal of Education
The accommodation available at Hokkaido University is one of the many advantages of studying here. There is a great variety and number of university dormitories available.
Hokkaido University Library collects, provides, and disseminates scholarly information as intellectual assets of human beings, based on the four basic philosophies of Hokkaido University: "Frontier Spirit", "Global Perspectives", "All-round Education", and "Practical Learning" in order to function as a place of intersection and creation of knowledge for the future.
There are a total of 795 rooms available, most of which are within walking distance to the campus and equipped with free high-speed internet access. Each dormitory is different in price and design, making it difficult to fully convey the variety of options available.
There are over 250 clubs and societies to choose from, and students can participate in sporting activities, visit the university’s museum, attend university festivals, or just relax with friends in one of the many eateries in between lectures.