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International Program for Science and Engineering (IPSE)

The International Program in Science and Engineering (IPSE) consists of undergraduate and graduate programs in the Faculty of Science and Engineering that are conducted entirely in English. The Program has academic policies, curriculum, and graduation requirements distinct from other programs.

The Faculty of Science and Engineering is composed of three undergraduate schools and three graduate schools. The names of the undergraduate schools and the departments belonging to each of them are shown below.

School of Fundamental Science and Engineering
Department of Mathematics
Department of Applied Mathematics
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Department of Applied Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering
Department of Electronic and Photonic Systems
Department of Intermedia Art and Science

School of Creative Science and Engineering
Department of Architecture
Department of Modern Mechanical Engineering
Department of Industrial Management and Systems Engineering
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Department of Resources and Environmental Engineering

School of Advanced of Science and Engineering
Department of Physics
Department of Applied Physics
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Department of Applied Chemistry
Department of Life Science and Medical Bioscience
Department of Electrical Engineering and Bioscience

All IPSE students belong to the Faculty of Science and Engineering, but their School and Department affiliation will depend on which School and Department they entered. It is important to note that not all Departments accept IPSE students. The School of Fundamental Science and Engineering runs two sub-programs for IPSE students, a sub-program in Pure and Applied Mathematics and a sub-program in Information and Communication Technology. The former sub-program enables IPSE students to belong to the Department of Mathematics or the Department of Applied Mathematics. The latter sub-program enables IPSE students to belong to the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. The School of Creative Science and Engineering also runs two sub-programs for IPSE students, a sub-program in International Sustainable Development and another in International Environmental Disaster Prevention. The former sub-program enables IPSE students to belong to the Department of Modern Mechanical Engineering. The latter sub-program enables IPSE student to belong to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. The School of Advanced Science and Engineering accepts IPSE students into all Departments.

For more information on the International Programs available at the Faculty of Science and Engineering, please see here.