Tokyo Denki University

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Tokyo Denki University
東京電機大学
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Tokyo Senju Campus
Former name
Denki Gakko (1907–1939)
Tokyo Denki Technical High School (1939–1944)
Denki Technical College (1944–1949)
Mottorespect for practical science
Type Private
Established 1907
FounderSeiichi Hirota
President Tadahiko Ibamoto
Students10,156
Undergraduates 9,118
Postgraduates 1,038
Location,
Campus Adachi, Tokyo
Hatoyama, Saitama
Inzai, Chiba
Colors dark blue  
Website www.dendai.ac.jp (in Japanese)
www.dendai.ac.jp/en
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Tokyo-Senju Campus Entrance TDU-Tokyo-Senju-2012060301.jpg
Tokyo-Senju Campus Entrance
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Saitama-Hatoyama-Bldg10(main building)


Tokyo Denki University (東京電機大学, Tōkyō denki daigaku) is a private university in Adachi, Tokyo, Japan. The predecessor of the school was founded in 1907 as Denki Gakkō (電機学校). It was chartered as a university in 1949 with Yasujiro Niwa as first president. Denki (電機) means an electric device in Japanese, and the university is dedicated to science and technology.

Organization

Undergraduate schools

Graduate schools

Notable alumni

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