Contact Information

National Institute of Technology, Suzuka College

Address : Shiroko-cho, Suzuka, Mie, 510-0294, Japan

E-mail : somu@jim.suzuka-ct.ac.jp

Phone : +81-59-386-1031 FAX : +81-59-387-0338

Location Map and Transportation

Campus Map

  1. Administration Bureau & Education
  2. Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry
  3. Classroom
  4. Dept. of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  5. Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering
  6. Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
  7. Dept. of Electronic and Information Engineering
  8. Advanced Course
  9. Material analysis laboratory
  10. Research Center for Regional Collaboration
  11. Computer Center & Library
  12. Creation Center
  13. 1st Gymnasium
  14. 2nd Gymnasium
  15. Gymnasium for Kendo
  16. Gymnasium for Judo
  17. Gymnasium for Kyudo
  18. Swimming Pool
  19. Baseball Ground
  20. Tennis Courts
  21. Athletic Field
  22. Seiho Hall
  23. Innovation Exchange Plaza
  24. Domitory Office
  25. Domitory Refectory
  26. Domitory A
  27. 1st Domitory
  28. 2nd Domitory
  29. 4th Domitory
  30. Main Gate & Guardroom

Introducing the facilities

Library


The library maintains about 100,000 books including not only specialized books but also general books.
The library is open to the general public as a place for lifetime study.
Open:
From 9:00 AM to 8:30 PM on weekdays
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Saturdays
Closed:
Sundays and national holidays
(Be sure to confirm the opening days on the home page or over the telephone as the days of opening the library may change due to student events and summer holidays.)
Contact: Library Tel:+81-59-368-1733

Dormitory


  There are four dormitory buildings on the school premises.
Each room is provided with an air conditioner and wired LAN so that the students living in the dormitory can concentrate on their studies while enjoying a comfortable community life.
The dormitory is also an educational facility where the students develop friendships, cooperation and a spirit of independence, as well as developing the skills and resources as engineers. For this purpose, department members provide the students with instructions everyday as dormitory masters so that students live a disciplined life.

Research facilities


The Number of Students

Apr. 1, 2017
Department Quota 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Total
Department of Mechanical Engineering 40 44 44 44 45 47 224
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering 40 43 47 46 38 40 214
Department of Electronic and Information Engineering 40 45 48 41 35 38 207
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry 40 45 47 44 36 42 214
Department of Materials Science and Engineering 40 41 45 42 44 40 212
Total 200 218 231 217 198 207 1071

Advanced Course Quota 1st 2nd Total
Advanced Engineering Course of Science and Technology for Innovation *1 24 30 - 30
Advanced Electronic and Mechanical Engineering Course *2 12 1 16 17
Advanced Applied Chemistry and Material Engineering Course *2 8 - 13 13
Total 44 31 29 60
*1 : entered after Apr.1, 2017
*2 : entered by Mar.31, 2017
 

The Number of Faculty and Staff

Apr. 1, 2017
President Professor Associate professor Lecturer Assistant professor Clerical Staff Technical staff Rehired Staff Total
1 27 35 7 7 27 17 4 125