There are several reasons to study at Kyushu University. Here are some of the reasons:
- Kyushu University is spread across five campuses in Fukuoka prefecture. The city of Fukuoka is also known as the gateway to Asia for Japan. It has the second largest population of international students in Japan and has been ranked as one of the world’s top ten livable cities by a few organizations. Kyushu University international students are heartily welcomed here.
- Kyushu University is a member of a research university consortium that consists of the top 11 Japanese research universities. This itself shows how committed Kyushu university is to research and innovation. Kyushu University excels in research, but it also has a strong connection with the industry.
- Kyushu University is gradually developing as one of the top global universities. Even in the Kyushu University QS rankings, several university subjects have made it to the top 100, some to the top 50, and at least one has made it to the top 24.
- QC University's campus is practically Japan’s largest and most advanced. The campus is still under development, and the university proposes to relocate to it on completion.
- Kyushu University was chartered in 1911, is one of the imperial colleges of Japan, has made it to the list of the most prestigious universities in Japan, is one of the top research and education institutes, and is also Japan's oldest engineering school.