Welcome to the Civil and Environmental Engineering International Programrs Office (CEEIPO) !
Our mission is to:
・provide information for admissions of international students into the Graduate
School of Engineering/Environmental Studies at Nagoya University
・foster future environmental leaders, researchers and engineers in the world through
2 types of International Programs (NUGELP, Forefront program)
・advise, counsel, and support for international students concerning their campus life in Japan
February 8, 2017
Updated Current Students
October 15, 2016
Information on the course registraion form for the Graduate Shool of Environmental Studies was updated.
May 23, 2016
CEEIPO Website Opened!
April 1, 2016
The facility, N2U-BRIDGE is first built of real bridges in the world. Its materials were gathered from around Japan. For example, a bridge used for a life & logistics for 74 years, the nation's oldest pedestrian bridge, members with damage or deterioration, To maintain infrastructure properly and use for long period in safety have become international issues. Here, facing the many bridges with long history, students and business people conduct practical learning, such as hammering test, infrared inspection for bridge.
Disaster Mitigation Research Building
The Disaster Mitigation Collaborative Research Center is to develop human resources who are engaged in disaster prevention and mitigation and research disaster mitigation to prepare for massive earthquakes under collaboration with industry-academia-government. In March 2014, the construction of Disaster Mitigation Research Building was completed and it was opened as the Disaster Mitigation Collaborative Research Center! The entire building of this center itself is a vibration experiment apparats with artificial earthquake shaker and seismic isolation system, which is the first attempt in the world.
Dr. Wang Rui
(Yokohama National University, Japan)
(Kyushu University, Japan)
Prof. I. T., Kim
(Pusan National University, South Korea)
Dr. Jerry Velasquez
(United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR), Switzerland)
Dr. Ryosuke Ando
(Toyota Transportation Research Institute)