Course Features

What is the Electrical Engineering and Robotics Course?

This course is designed to provide students with a basic knowledge of “energy and control” in areas related to

electrical engineering and robotics, and the ability to analyze and apply this knowledge to solve problems in the

fields of electricity and energy, system control and robotics, as well as electrical materials and devices.

Field-Specific Course Groups (sub-courses)

Electric Power and Energy

Students will learn technologies related to electricity and energy, including power systems, power electronics, and electric vehicles.


Building electric power infrastructure


Pursuit of the ultimate electric vehicle

System Control and Robot

Learn about hardware such as power devices and robots and the algorithms that control them.


Creating new systems with original technology


Research and development of robot technology

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Course Introduction Video

Study and Research

Curriculum (Main Courses)


Study basic subjects common to all courses, with a focus on

Electric Circuits 1A・1B・2A・2B / Electromagnetism 1A・1B / Engineering Practice


Deepen understanding of more specialized content through lectures and experiments

Electric Circuits 3A・3B / Electromagnetism 2A・2B・3A・3B / Basic Experiments 1・2 / Analog Electronic Circuit / Digital Circuit / Introduction to Electrical Engineering and Robotics Research / Fundamentals of Electronic Physics / Electric Measurements / International Internship on Electrical Engineering A・B


Join a laboratory and enhance your expertise through lectures and experiments, focusing on your area of interest.

Electric Power System Engineering / Power Electronics / Electric Materials / Electric Motor Control / Control Engineering / Mechatronics / Robotics / Digital Signal Processing / Advanced Experiments 1・2 / Electrical Engineering Technical English / Graduation Thesis 1・2


Develop graduation research and complete a thesis

Electric Regulation / Radio Law, Rules & Regulation / Radio Wave Engineering / Radio Communication Devices / Graduation Thesis 3・4

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research laboratories

Career and Employment

Employability Ranking at Top 400 Companies

“Employability Ranking at Top 400 Companies” is based on the Nikkei Stock Average Index, company size, name recognition, and ranking of the most popular companies among university students. Shibaura Institute of Technology was ranked 12th in Japan and 5th among private universities in the 2023 ranking published by DAIGAKUTSUSHIN Corporation, which surveyed the top 400 companies in Japan. In addition, it was ranked 4th among universities with more than 1,000 graduates.

Employability Ranking at Top 400 Companies (among private universities)

THE World University Rankings 2024

THE (Times Higher Education) has been providing “THE World University rankings” every year since 2004. It uses the data from universities and ranks with the following indicators: teaching (the learning environment); research environment (volume, income and reputation); research quality (the outputs of research); industry (knowledge transfer) and international outlook (staff, students and research). The table shows the ranking of the major private universities in Japan. Shibaura Institute of Technology was ranked 4th in the research environment ranking and it was ranked 6th in the international outlook. 

THE World University Rankings 2024 (major private universities)