Kanazawa Institute of Technology

Kanazawa Institute of Technology

School entrance
Type Private
Established 1965
Location Nonoichi, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan
Website http://www.kanazawa-it.ac.jp/ekit/index.html

Kanazawa Institute of Technology (金沢工業大学 Kanazawa Kōgyō Daigaku) is an institution of higher learning in Japan. It is often called KIT, koudai (工大 kōdai) or Kinko (金工 Kinkō) for short.

It is known for its unique educational policy that attaches importance to initiative of students. One of the examples is Yumekobo (夢考房 Yumekōbō), coined from yume (dream), (thought, to think) and kōbō (workshop), where students take parts in their projects and research on solar cars, universal design, etc.


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Coordinates: 36°31′47.7″N 136°37′37.9″E / 36.529917°N 136.627194°E / 36.529917; 136.627194

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