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Gifu University

Gifu University
岐阜大学
Gifu Daigaku
Logo of Gifu University
Motto Learning
Exploring
Contributing
GIFU UNIVERSITY
Established 1949
Type National
President Toshio Kuroki
Administrative staff
810
Undergraduates 5,988
Postgraduates 1,602
Location Gifu, Gifu, Japan
Affiliations National Universities in the Tōkai Region
(東海地区国立大学)
Website www.gifu-u.ac.jp
Faculty of Engineering

Gifu University (岐阜大学 Gifu Daigaku) is a national university in the city of Gifu, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. It is sometimes abbreviated as Gidai (岐大) or Gifudai (岐阜大).

Contents

  • Faculties and graduate schools 1
    • Faculties 1.1
    • Graduate schools 1.2
  • Notable people 2
    • Business 2.1
    • Law and politics 2.2
    • Research 2.3
    • Other 2.4
  • Gifu University in Asia 3
  • Directions to Gifu University 4
  • External links 5

Faculties and graduate schools

The following undergraduate and graduate degree programs and courses are offered on the Yanagido campus.

Faculties

  • Faculty of Education
  • Faculty of Regional Studies
  • School of Medicine
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Applied Biological Sciences
  • Faculty of Agriculture

Graduate schools

Gifu University hospital
  • United Graduated School of Drug Discovery and Medical Information Science

Notable people

Business

Law and politics

Research

  • Takayuki Ezaki, Professor and Bacteriologist at Gifu University.

Other

Gifu University in Asia

Top 100 Asia Pacific Universities (2005)
by Institute of Higher Education, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China.

  1. Gifu University (National Rank: 25)

According to the 2012 QS World University Rankings, Gifu University is ranked 106th in Asia and 551st in the world.

Directions to Gifu University

Yanagido Campus

External links

  • Gifu University (Official site)

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