Nagoya University

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November 28, 2021

Nagoya University (Nagoya University, English: Nagoya University) is a national university in Japan headquartered in 1 Furumachi, Chitose-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture. It was installed in 1939. The abbreviation for university is Nagoya University. It is a top-class designated school of the Top Global University Project run by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. On March 20, 2018, it was designated as a "designated national university corporation".

Overview

University as a whole

Nagoya University is a national university that was founded in 1939 and is directly based on Nagoya Imperial University. Its predecessor, Nagoya Imperial University, was established in the 9th place (7th in the mainland) and was the "last imperial university" through the mainland and the outer land. At the beginning of the establishment of Nagoya Imperial University, two faculties, the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Science and Engineering, were established, and in 1942, the Faculty of Science and Engineering was separated into the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Engineering. Within the period of the remnants of the old school system after World War II, two faculties, the Faculty of Law and Economics and the Faculty of Letters, were established. Even after becoming the new Nagoya University, we will continue to establish faculties such as the Faculty of Education, Faculty of Agriculture, Faculty of Information Design and Scholarship, Graduate Schools of Information and Education, and affiliated research and education facilities. I have.

University abbreviation

The abbreviation for university is "Nagoya University" and is pronounced "Meidai". The abbreviation "Nagoya University" is also registered as a trademark (registered trademark Japan No. 4861457 and others). Since the pronunciation is the same as Meiji University, which is an abbreviation for Meiji University, some people pronounce it as "Nadai" or "Nagodai (Nagodai)", but trademark registration No. 4861457 Since the name attached as reference information for the issue is "Meiji", "Meiji" is officially correct. In addition, Meiji University is called "Meiji" or "Meiji University" or Meiji University (official name) around the Tokai region and is distinguished.

Founding / Foundation

The official founding year of Nagoya University is 1939 (Showa 14), when the direct parent, Nagoya Imperial University, was established. In 2009 (Heisei 21), the 70th Anniversary Commemorative Event Committee considered that 1871 (Meiji 4), when the Nagoya Prefectural Temporary Hospital and Temporary Medical School was established, would be the "foundation" of Nagoya University. Nowadays, the word "foundation" is used as a concept different from "foundation". Therefore, 2019 (the first year of Reiwa) is positioned as the 80th anniversary of the founding, and 2021 (the third year of Reiwa) is positioned as the 150th anniversary of the founding. The concept of creation can be seen in other educational institutions such as Hokkaido University, Yamaguchi University, and University of Tsukuba, but its position is different for each educational institution. Hokkaido University has been using the concept of "foundation" since its predecessor, Hokkaido Imperial University, but the concept of "foundation" at the same university is the same as "opening" and "founding" at other universities. On the other hand, as in Osaka University, there are some cases where the foundation and the founding are separated.

Nobel Prize

There are seven Nobel laureates involved. Of these, three were awarded with Nagoya University as the main place for research and education (Ryoji Noyori, Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano), and three graduates with a bachelor's degree from Nagoya University (Makoto Kobayashi, Toshihide Maskawa, Amano). Hiroshi). Five people (Osamu Shimomura, Makoto Kobayashi, Toshihide Maskawa, Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano) received a PhD from Nagoya University and later won the Nobel Prize. In 2021, Yoshiro Manabe, a former Nagoya University special invitation professor, received the Nobel Prize in Physics.

Ranking

According to the Academic Ranking of World Universities in Shanghai (ARWU), 2019 is 90th and 3rd in the country. In the QS World University Rankings 2020 (2019) by Quacquarelli Simmons, it is ranked 115th and 6th in Japan. �

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