Sending of job offer documents
At our school, job postings received from the school are open to students in a system that students can view from inside and outside the university.
Please send the recruitment-related documents to the Student Support Section of the Student Affairs Division with the desired department specified.
There is no particular specification regarding the format of the job posting, but please use the school style job posting if necessary. For job postings, company brochures, etc., we would appreciate it if you could send us the number of copies for the department and student section you wish to recruit.
In addition, if you are a job offer under the discretionary labor system, please download the “Self-Assessment Form” below, fill it out, and send it along with the job posting.
【We ask that all those in charge of recruitment read the following documents before recruiting. 】
Where to send job postings
〒471-8525 Aichi-ken, Toyota-shi, Sakae-cho 2-1-1 Toyota National College of Technology, Student Support Section, Student Division
Introduction of each department
Department of Mechanical Engineering
The goal of the Department of Mechanical Engineering is to cultivate the basic academic skills necessary for future engineers.
Specifically, we are devising ways to systematically learn mechanical engineering from low-tech to high-tech by placing the fields of materials and mechanics that pursue functionality and safety, thermal and fluid dynamics fields that pursue efficient use of energy, machine tools and processing fields that aim at the origin of manufacturing, measurement and control fields that pursue high precision, and computer technology, which has developed significantly, as a pillar of education.
In addition, we devote a lot of time to design and drafting, experiments, and practical training, etc., and provide education that allows students to feel the importance of “manufacturing,” which is the origin of engineering.
Department of Electrical and Electronic Systems Engineering
The Department of Electrical and Electronic Systems Engineering provides education in the three fields of electronics, information and communications, and energy, as well as the fields of system technology that interconnect them. Electronics and information communication are indispensable technologies for today’s and future societies with the development of computers, information equipment, and automatic control equipment. Energy is also an important source of power that supports social infrastructure. In education in these fields, we place particular emphasis on a solid understanding of basic specialized subjects and a wealth of experimental practice. Also, for computer-related subjects. It is designed to allow continuous learning from grade 1 to grade 5. In graduation research, we provide guidance so that students can consolidate the knowledge they have acquired so far and train them to think, implement, and evaluate for themselves. Through this kind of education, the Department of Electrical and Electronic Systems Engineering aims to nurture creative development engineers who can play an active role in various fields in the future.
Department of Computer Science
The purpose of the Department of Information Engineering is to train advanced information processing engineers who can respond quickly to changes in society.
Information processing engineers must acquire not only computers and peripheral skills, but also a rich education as human beings. In addition, it is necessary to have a deep insight into what computers can do and what they should not do. The Department of Computer Science does not simply teach programming technology for computers. We emphasize the basic subjects necessary for information processing engineers and provide education to develop creative human resources.
Department of Environmental and Urban Engineering
In addition to construction techniques for the creation of rich and comfortable living spaces, the Department of Environmental and Urban Engineering aims to newly educate environmental conservation and sustainable development technologies in order to preserve irreplaceable assets for humankind, such as the natural environment and cultural historical heritage, for the future.
Courses in the Department of Environmental and Urban Engineering are divided into five categories: basic subjects, common specialized subjects, urban construction subjects, environmental subjects, and others. In the basic subjects, students learn applied mathematics and information processing as subjects related to science and mathematics and computers necessary for studying specialized subjects, and in the common specialized subjects, students learn surveying and structural mechanics, which are the basics for studying applied specialized subjects. In urban construction courses, students study construction management plans and urban planning related to urban planning and construction technology, and in environmental subjects, they study environmental engineering and environmental assessment related to environmental problems and environmental conservation technologies. Furthermore, based on the academic skills acquired, students acquire environmental conservation and sustainable development technologies through experimental training and graduation research. In addition, in order to facilitate the adaptation to the age of technological innovation, we aim to develop engineers who can adapt to the information society by incorporating plenty of computer-related courses.
Department of Architecture
Architecture is a discipline that fuses “engineering” and “art”. In addition, it is a vessel for life, and the wisdom and technology of our ancestors are utilized close to us.
Our school is open for the training of practical engineers. Therefore, in the curriculum of the Department of Architecture, practical subjects such as design drafting and experiments are provided more than in other departments of architecture of technical colleges so that students can participate in design competitions and cultivate basic knowledge for practical work. Thanks to this distinctive curriculum and the efforts of students, many students have recently won prizes in national-level design competitions and national technical college design competitions (commonly known as design competitions).
As mentioned above, the subjects include design and design drafting from the first year, and subjects such as architectural planning, structural mechanics, and environmental engineering begin in the second ~ third years according to the status of general subjects such as mathematics, and develop creative architectural engineers in five years.
The faculty members in charge of employment in each department are shown in the table below.
When you come to the school, please contact the faculty member in charge and make an appointment.
|Telephone and fax numbers||0565-36-(Number below)|
* Employment guidance for students in each major is handled by the faculty member of the department from which they graduated.
|course of study||Instructor|
|Department of Mechanical Engineering||Shunsuke Kito||5839||5924||kitou|
|Department of Electrical and Electronic Systems Engineering||INUZUKA||5855||5845||kdog|
|Department of Computer Science||5868||5926||andoh|
|Department of Environmental and Urban Engineering||YAMAOKA||5880||5927||yamaoka|
|Department of Architecture||Koji Yamada||5895||5928||kyamada|
|Student Affairs Division||Student Support Section||5913||5970||gakusei|