OPU brochure2020

2 Osaka Prefecture University Osaka Prefecture University (OPU), one of the largest public universities in Japan, is a leading advanced re-search university. Located in southern Osaka, OPU consists of 4 colleges (comprising 13 undergraduate schools) and 7 graduate schools, distributed across three modern and comfortable campuses: Nakamozu (the main campus), Habikino, and Rinku. It also has satellite campuses in the central Osaka. At each cam-pus, students pursue their academic interests with ad-vanced, cutting-edge facilities under the supervision of assigned faculty members. Data and Founded 1883 President Dr. TATSUMISAGO Masahiro Undergraduate students 5,878 Graduate students 1,804 Faculty members (Full-time) 642 Student to Faculty ratio 11.97 Academic calendar Spring: April to September / Fall: September to March Library collections 1,008,603volumes / 16,881periodicals Library collections (e-journal) 20,092 Nakamozu Campus 465,267 sq.m. Habikino Campus 50,996 sq.m. Rinku Campus 12,094 sq.m. Facts and Figures (as of May 1, 2019) Habikino Campus Rinku Campus Nakamozu Campus (main campus) Cutting-edge research for a global age As a leading university in science and engineering, OPU has committed to realizing our university mission to promote “Academic Excellence and Cutting-edge Research for the Global Age” and to foster researchers, engineers and other competent individuals who will become leading members of society. Our Research Organization for the 21st Century promotes multi-disciplinary collaborative research across different scientific fields and departments. Namba Center (“I-site Namba”)


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