On October 24th, 2006, Tokyo University of Science and the University of California, Davis have concluded an Academic Cooperation Agreement.
They agree the exchange of students and faculty and research collaboration. In addition to overall cooperation agreement, they also agree to implement A Study Abroad Program which TUS students in majors of science and engineering will study at the UC Davis for one year. They study very intensive English courses during spring and summer quarters, and then they take regular science and engineering courses during fall and winter quarters. The credits they earn will be transferred properly.
In future, our two universities will strengthen mutual relations by jointly supporting academic conferences, short-term courses, full courses, seminars and symposia, as well as exchanging publications, teaching materials and research materials.
As one of ten universities in the University of California system, the UC Davis was founded in 1905 as an agricultural branch of UC Berkeley before becoming independent as a university in its own right. The UC Davis offers a comprehensive education including Faculties of Medicine, Philosophy, Engineering and Life Sciences. It has around 30,000 students and some 1,500 members of teaching staff.