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Profile of GSEP Faculty (6)
Mehrdad Sadeghzadeh Nazari, Ph.D.

April 14th, 2020

This article features Mehrdad Sadeghzadeh Nazari, specially-appointed associate professor, one of the lecturers in GSEP. What do you think about GSEP? Global Scientists and Engineers Program (GSEP) is indeed an outstanding program in Tokyo Tech’s educational package. GSEP not only pioneers in offering English undergraduate courses to talented international students at Tokyo Tech, but it […]

Profile of Faculty in GSEP (5)
Sunkyung Choi, PhD

April 1st, 2020

This article features Sunkyung Choi, specially-appointed associate professor, one of the lecturers in GSEP. What is GSEP for you? For me, GSEP is not just simply an educational program that allows students to learn intellectual knowledge and skills in transdisciplinary science and engineering, social sciences, liberal arts, and etc with understanding values in different cultures and […]

From the first Tokyo Tech GSEP graduate:
Do Ngoc Khanh
“My experience as a GSEP student”

December 9th, 2019

Hi. I am Khanh (friends call me Satoru) from Vietnam. This September, I graduated from Tokyo Tech three and a half years after my first enrollment. In retrospect, it was a wonderful journey with my GSEP friends and faculty members. In April 2016, I came to Japan with a lot of excitement and worries. Excitement […]

NTUST Summer Program 2019
by Jeremy Gavriel

October 2nd, 2019

Introduction Last summer, I traveled south-west of Japan to an island just off the eastern coast of China. A small haven with around 23 million inhabitants, great food, and friendly people. TAIWAN. I spent three weeks there for an intensive summer program in the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST), along with 2 […]

Supplementary Kanji Classes

July 1st, 2019

Among the needs of the GSEP students is to have more opportunities to master the Japanese language. Since 2018, GSEP lecturers, together with the GSEP staff Ms. Satomi Mori (left photo) and Ms. Satoko Ogiuchi (previous year), hold weekly “Kanji” classes in the middle of the academic year. “Kanji”, which is a system of Japanese […]

Latest News and Announcements

Miraikan : The Most Inspiring Museum
I’ve Ever Seen
by Pattayawij Natprawee

April 2nd, 2021

In the spring break after my first year in GSEP, the GSEP faculty and staff took the 1st and 2nd-year students on a one-day trip in Tokyo. At first, they asked for suggestions from the students where we wanted to go,  at that time I proposed that we go to Miraikan, in Odaiba. And, yes! […]

Congratulations to the GSEP 2021 Graduates!

March 28th, 2021

March 26th, 2021 – Today, we celebrate our students as their hard work has finally paid off. Even with all difficulties and limitations due to the pandemic, our students have conquered them, all emerging a winner.  We are so proud to present the second batch of GSEP graduates. The future is looking bright for the […]

For current GSEP students who wants to go back to their home countries

February 15th, 2021

For GSEP students who are staying in Japan and have plans to go back to their home countries for the Spring break, the university have some latest important announcements (revised Feb. 10, 2021) for you in the Tokyo Tech website here. Please take note of these points to prevent unnecessary problems and complications for you […]