Introduction to the Graduate School of Engineering Master's Program Die-Mold and Casting Engineering

  • Graduate School of Engineering
  • Master's Program
  • Chemistry and Bioengineering
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  • Frontier Materials and Function Engineering
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  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
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  • Mechanical Engineering
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  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
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  • Design and Media Technology
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  • Die-Mold and Casting Engineering
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  • Doctoral Program
  • Frontier Matter and Function Engineering
    • topics
    • Researchers
  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
    • topics
    • Researchers
  • Mechanical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering
    • topics
    • Researchers
  • Design and Media Technology
    • topics
    • Researchers
    • Web site
Master's Program
  • Chemistry and Bioengineering
  • Frontier Materials and Function Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Design and Media Technology
  • Die-Mold and Casting Engineering
Doctoral Program
  • Frontier Matter and Function Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Mechanical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Design and Media Technology
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Training with state-of-the-art equipment

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We have installed state-of-the-art domestic equipment such as fine-wire electric discharge machines (in the Mold Program) and X-ray microanalyzers (in the Casting Program) so that students can master advanced technology.

Long-term internships

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We offer long-term (6-month) internships. During that time, instructors will visit to understand students’ progress and provide guidance, and students will create their master’s thesis.