Hiroshima Institute of Technology
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Hiroshima Institute of Technology
Former name
Hiroshima Technical College
TypePrivate
Established1961
Location, ,
Japan
Websitehirokoudai.jp/e/index.html
Hiroshima Institute of Technology

Hiroshima Institute of Technology (, Hiroshima K?gy? Daigaku) is a private university in Saeki-ku, Hiroshima, Japan. It was established by Tsuru Gakuen (founded by Noboru Tsuru) in 1961 as a two-year college, and became a four-year university in 1963, taking its present name.

The university has faculties of engineering, applied information science, and environmental studies.

The university also offers a study abroad program for students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign[1] and Trinity Western University.

References

  1. ^ "HIT Intensive Program in Japanese and Japanese Culture |publisher=Hiroshima Institute of Technology". it-hiroshima.ac.jp (in Japanese). Retrieved .

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Coordinates: 34°22?16?N 132°20?38?E / 34.37111°N 132.34389°E / 34.37111; 132.34389



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