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Student Voices (Undergraduate)

There's So Much to Amaze and Engage You at the KINDAI UNIVERSITY Faculty of Science and Engineering

Why did you choose the Faculty of Science and Engineering? What are you studying here? We interviewed some first- and second-year students to learn their opinions.

Mathematics Course, Department of Science
Because many of us are aiming to become teachers, we're really motivated to learn.

My goal is to become a junior high school math teacher. At KINDAI UNIVERSITY, there's a student interest group called Kyoshoku Navi ("Teaching Profession Navigation"). This group helps students become teachers by learning and interacting with their peers. I get a lot of useful advice from seniors who have the same goal as I do. It's a really supportive study environment!

M.K., 1st year, Mathematics Course, Department of Science

Mathematics Course,
Department of Science

Physics Course, Department of Science
Here, I can fully appreciate the fun of studying physics.

I attend seminars led by Associate Professor Ishibashi, whose specialty is general relativity and cosmology. These classes let me study physics on a grand scale. At this university, students can take teacher-training courses from their first year. I want to become a science teacher in the future, and this well-developed curriculum provides a rewarding study environment.

Y.K., 2nd year, Physics Course, Department of Science

Physics Course,
Department of Science

Chemistry Course, Department of Science
I get to have a lot of experiences that'll surely prove useful in the future.

At high school, I often asked one of my teachers—an advisor to our drama club—for advice about what direction I should take in the future. I was inspired to become a teacher myself, and now I'm studying to be a high school chemistry teacher. Through my membership of the Chemistry Research Club, I've had the valuable experience of visiting schools to demonstrate chemistry experiments.

H.N., 1st year, Chemistry Course, Department of Science

Chemistry Course,
Department of Science

Department of Life Science
There are lots of interesting classes where I can discover fascinating facts about life.

Through conducting many experiments, we get to see for ourselves how living things function. Ever since I was small, I've been fascinated by living things and curious about how the human body works. Studying at this university allows me to follow through with these interests. In the future, I'd like to be a researcher, making full use of my knowledge in the medical, pharmaceutical, and biological sciences.

H.H., 1st year, Department of Life Science

Department of Life Science

Department of Applied Chemistry
Putting knowledge into practice through experiments makes chemistry even more intriguing.

I study and conduct experiments every day with my chemistry-loving classmates. Our learning environment is really stimulating. We don't just do experiments but also develop other skills by giving presentations in front of everyone. The senior students and teachers are all very friendly and I can ask them anything, which just adds to the appeal of this department.

S.W., 1st year, Department of Applied Chemistry

Department of Applied Chemistry

Department of Mechanical Engineering
I want to learn and gain experience so I can contribute to society in the manufacturing field.

At KINDAI UNIVERSITY, we don't just learn theory; we also gain practical skills in areas ranging from drawing blueprints to building robots. My dream for the future is to build a machine for use in the field of human services. I plan to make the most of my four years of study here and contribute to society.

M.D., 1st year, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Department of Electric and Electronic Engineering
Right from the first year, I can acquire practical skills and wide-ranging knowledge.

Students here can learn practical programming from their first year. The learning environment is really stimulating. There are lots of classes covering things like electronic circuitry experiments and report writing, so you can pick up a wide range of practical skills. In the future, I'd like to work as a system engineer.

M.T., 2nd year, Department of Electric and Electronic Engineering

Department of
Electric and Electronic Engineering

Department of Informatics
I get to develop skills in a wide range of areas, not just in programming.

Getting to use computers in high school is what sparked my interest in IT. Here, students can learn programming languages from their first year. Another great thing about this department is that we can study our subject in depth. For example, we can explore the social value of IT while also brushing up our presentation skills. I'm sure this will be really helpful in the future.

S.S., 2nd year, Department of Informatics

Department of Informatics

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Being able to study a wide range of themes stimulates my intellectual curiosity.

Living with my grandfather, who was hearing-impaired, got me interested in the role of universal design in urban environments. That's why I chose this department, which provides comprehensive coverage of urban planning. I can take a multifaceted approach to my studies through classes in a wide range of fields, from social infrastructure to material engineering and urban environmental development.

S.Y., 2nd year, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Department of
Civil and Environmental Engineering

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