Student Life

International Atmosphere

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Interaction among students, faculty members and staffs from various countries around the world helps provide TTI with a rich environment for increasing global understanding and awareness.
Exchange of ideas with international colleagues promotes a high level of scholarship needed in making advances in research on a global level.

Out-of-class Activities

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Sports and cultural clubs active on campus give students at TTI the opportunity to nurture a healthy body and mind. In addition to regular year-round activities, every September students put on a two day festival with food and entertainment. Also, out-of-class activities such as cherry blossom viewing and nature hikes give students a chance to interact with each other in an informal setting.

Dormitory & Apartment

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TTI has two student dormitories which offer its students an excellent study environment and financial support. Hisakata Dormitory is for undergraduate students and has the capacity to house 132 students. All freshmen are required to live in the dormitory. (There is an exception for female students.) The second Hisakata dormitory is for female students, foreign students and foreign/domestic researchers.
In case the numbers of sophomore applicants exceed the available number of rooms, most of them live in nearby apartments. All students aside from freshmen are allowed to reside in an apartment or family home.
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Guidance and Assistance

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The size of our school enables us to provide one-on-one guidance and assistance in both academic and daily life. At TTI we are committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our international community and their families.

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