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School Introduction:

Tokyo College of Biotechnology was established in 1988 in Tokyo as Japan’s first college to educate agricultural biotechnology specialists. Students learn research techniques through practical experiments to become specialists who can perform successfully in various areas of biotechnology, such as research, analysis and developmental technology. 60% of the lessons are practical, and there are 15 facilities and fully-equipped labs available for students to acquire the skills demanded in the industry.

Majors:
Biotechnology I Major: 4 Years
DNA Course:
Students acquire front-line technology not only in DNA engineering but also in immune system and protein technology.
Health Care Development Course:
Students study the latest technology in health care industries such as regenerative medical engineering.
Medical Supplies Development Course:
Students develop their engineering skills through studies of animal experimentation and other techniques and intellectual property, to become medical supplies developers.
Applied Botany Course:
Students learn the basics of cell engineering such as cultivation and gene recombination of plant cells and tissues. They acquire the latest technology in developing plants, vegetables and fruits that are environmentally responsive.
Biotechnology II Major: 3 Years
Brewing Fermentation Course:
Students become proficient in the skills and technology of brewing fermentation through making wine, Japanese sake, shochu (distilled spirit) and beer in practical training sessions. Our school is approved as an experimental brewery allowing us to offer very unique programs.
Food Product Development Course:
Students learn to be specialists in “food creation” who ensure the quality of food and create new culture in the food industry.
Cosmetics Development Course:
Students study the complete field of cosmetics, from perfuming to packaging, and from the basic formula of cosmetics to specialized knowledge of dermatology. Students become specialists working for major cosmetic makers.
Environmental Science Course:
Students become specialists in the environmental industry, through studies of basic knowledge and technology of scientific analysis and assessment.
Marine Science Course:
Students learn to become research engineers who can develop medical supplies and food products from desterilizing various marine resources such as microorganisms.
Analytical Chemistry Course:
Students become specialists who can attend to the various needs of industries such as food, brewing and cosmetics through utilizing the latest analytical equipments.
School Characteristics:

[Current Overseas Students] From China, South Korea, Bangladesh, Nepal, and others
[Employment of Overseas Students] Many graduates are employed at food makers, research institutions, etc.
[Student Aid] Please feel free to talk to us for several support systems of academic fees payment.
Open Campus Schedule:

September: 5th (Sat), 6th (Sun), 12th (Sat), 13th (Sun), 19th (Sat),
    20th (Sun), 21st (Mon), 22nd (Tue), 23rd (Wed), 26th (Sat), 27th (Sun)
October: 3rd (Sat), 4th (Sun), 10th (Sat), 11th (Sun), 17th (Sat), 18th (Sun),
    24th (Sat), 25th (Sun), 31st (Sat)
November: 1st (Sun), 7th (Sat), 8th (Sun), 14th (Sat), 15th (Sun9, 21st (Sat),
    22nd (Sun), 23rd (Mon), 28th (Sat), 29th (Sun)
December: 5th (Sat), 6th (Sun), 12th (Sat), 13th (Sun), 19th (Sat), 20th (Sun),
    23rd (Wed), 26th (Sat), 27th (Sun)
School Information:

Address: 1-3-14, Kita-Koujiya, Ohta-ku, Tokyo, 144-0032 Japan
Tel: 81-3-3745-5000
Home Page: http://www.bio.ac.jp