Omiya Campus

The Omiya Campus is located along the Yodo River, which has flowed with the history of Osaka, adjacent to the lush greenery of Shirokita Park. On this intelligent campus equipped with the latest high-tech equipment, the Faculty of Engineering, the Faculty of Intellectual Property, the Graduate School of Engineering, and the Graduate School of Intellectual Property are engaged in a wide variety of educational and research activities. The red-brick "Yasu Kataoka Memorial Gate" (main gate), which welcomes students with a passion for learning, is based on the motif of the Osaka City Central Public Hall, which was designed by Dr. Yasu Kataoka, a prominent architect at the time of the school's founding and its first president and chairman of the Administrative Board.

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Umeda Campus

The Umeda Campus opened in April 2017 is situated near JR Osaka and Hankyu Umeda stations. Umeda, the center of Osaka with easy access to public transports, is a place with full of academic and cultural atmosphere. It also provides a suitable environment for students to broaden their social horizons.
It's a home of the Faculty of Robotics and Design, merging robotics with the field of design, consists of three departments: Department of Robotics, Department of System Design, and Department of Design and Architecture. In collaboration with overseas institutions, the faculty offers a cutting-edge engineering education that includes study of design concepts necessary for generating innovative ideas.

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Hirakata Campus

The Hirakata Campus, where students of the Faculty of Information Science and the Graduate School of Information Science, is located in the northwestern part of the "Kansai Science City," a new hub of culture, academia, and research for the next generation. The vast campus of approximately 169,600m2 is equipped with the latest facilities for the development of cutting-edge education in information science.

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