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From a group of academic pioneers in 1868 to the Free Speech Movement in 1964, Berkeley is a place where the brightest minds from across the globe come together to explore, ask questions and improve the world.

Want to change the world? At Berkeley we’re doing just that. When you join the Golden Bear community, you’re part of an institution that shifts the global conversation every single day.

Berkeley is home to some of the world's greatest minds leading more than 130 academic departments and 80 interdisciplinary research units and addressing the world’s most pertinent challenges.

Sparking a conversation with a stranger can feel awkward, especially when you’re new to university. Here are five of our tried-and-true tips for feeling confident, getting involved and increasing your chances to make friends.

As we age and our needs change, our homes don’t keep up—unless they're designed to. See how Marilyn Bruin plans spaces for people to age in place.

An innovative approach to healthy aging focuses on an older person’s strengths in their environment. Read about the pioneering research of Helen Kivnick.

After 40 years of connecting with Minnesotans around their favorite topic, Mark Seeley is retiring in February. Learn more about Seeley.

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With facilities across Aichi, the 95-year-old Ecohydrology Research Institute is a center for forest-related research and education

The First UTokyo Global Advisory Board Meeting was held on 27 th -28 th November. Board members from all over the world and our executives discussed the future of UTokyo

From a group of academic pioneers in 1868 to the Free Speech Movement in 1964, Berkeley is a place where the brightest minds from across the globe come together to explore, ask questions and improve the world.

Want to change the world? At Berkeley we’re doing just that. When you join the Golden Bear community, you’re part of an institution that shifts the global conversation every single day.

Berkeley is home to some of the world's greatest minds leading more than 130 academic departments and 80 interdisciplinary research units and addressing the world’s most pertinent challenges.

Sparking a conversation with a stranger can feel awkward, especially when you’re new to university. Here are five of our tried-and-true tips for feeling confident, getting involved and increasing your chances to make friends.

As we age and our needs change, our homes don’t keep up—unless they're designed to. See how Marilyn Bruin plans spaces for people to age in place.

An innovative approach to healthy aging focuses on an older person’s strengths in their environment. Read about the pioneering research of Helen Kivnick.

After 40 years of connecting with Minnesotans around their favorite topic, Mark Seeley is retiring in February. Learn more about Seeley.

JavaScript is required to display the University of Tokyo website correctly. Please enable JavaScript in your browser settings and refresh the page.

With facilities across Aichi, the 95-year-old Ecohydrology Research Institute is a center for forest-related research and education

The First UTokyo Global Advisory Board Meeting was held on 27 th -28 th November. Board members from all over the world and our executives discussed the future of UTokyo

Find out more about our degree programmes and see for yourself why we are one of the top 100 Universities in the world.

For over 550 years we've carried out world-changing research. Find out more, and explore our Research Beacons: six cross-disciplinary areas of research excellence.

From discovering isotopes to detecting gravitational waves, our inspiring people have been changing the world since 1451.

From a group of academic pioneers in 1868 to the Free Speech Movement in 1964, Berkeley is a place where the brightest minds from across the globe come together to explore, ask questions and improve the world.

Want to change the world? At Berkeley we’re doing just that. When you join the Golden Bear community, you’re part of an institution that shifts the global conversation every single day.

Berkeley is home to some of the world's greatest minds leading more than 130 academic departments and 80 interdisciplinary research units and addressing the world’s most pertinent challenges.

Sparking a conversation with a stranger can feel awkward, especially when you’re new to university. Here are five of our tried-and-true tips for feeling confident, getting involved and increasing your chances to make friends.

From a group of academic pioneers in 1868 to the Free Speech Movement in 1964, Berkeley is a place where the brightest minds from across the globe come together to explore, ask questions and improve the world.

Want to change the world? At Berkeley we’re doing just that. When you join the Golden Bear community, you’re part of an institution that shifts the global conversation every single day.

Berkeley is home to some of the world's greatest minds leading more than 130 academic departments and 80 interdisciplinary research units and addressing the world’s most pertinent challenges.

From a group of academic pioneers in 1868 to the Free Speech Movement in 1964, Berkeley is a place where the brightest minds from across the globe come together to explore, ask questions and improve the world.

Want to change the world? At Berkeley we’re doing just that. When you join the Golden Bear community, you’re part of an institution that shifts the global conversation every single day.

Berkeley is home to some of the world's greatest minds leading more than 130 academic departments and 80 interdisciplinary research units and addressing the world’s most pertinent challenges.

Sparking a conversation with a stranger can feel awkward, especially when you’re new to university. Here are five of our tried-and-true tips for feeling confident, getting involved and increasing your chances to make friends.

As we age and our needs change, our homes don’t keep up—unless they're designed to. See how Marilyn Bruin plans spaces for people to age in place.

An innovative approach to healthy aging focuses on an older person’s strengths in their environment. Read about the pioneering research of Helen Kivnick.

After 40 years of connecting with Minnesotans around their favorite topic, Mark Seeley is retiring in February. Learn more about Seeley.


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