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Aichi Prefectural University
Asia, Japan, Nagakute
Formally a women's university for Japanese and English literature, Aichi Prefectural University is now one of Japan's top 100 universities, respected for its foreign and Japanese studies, information, science, and technology, education, and nursing.
Following its motto - "High-quality education, based on high-quality research" - the public university takes a holistic approach to learning, which sees staff and students follow a multi-disciplinary, multi-faceted curriculum that fuses science and the humanities.
In its five schools over two campuses, Aichi Prefectural University works to connect with people and tie in with the world, especially through cooperative and collaborative research. And it offers an experienced-based international exchange student program that focuses on language, culture, and visiting-students' specialisms.
Aichi Prefectural University of the Arts
Asia, Japan, Nagoya
Aichi Prefectural University of the Arts is a public university in the city of Nagakute in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. The university was established in 1966.
Aichi University of the Arts is surrounded by a lush green forest in Nagakute City, to the east of neighboring Nagoya City and is often described as a ‘university of fine arts in the woods’. The university’s fundamental policy of education is to provide ‘small-class education’ based on thorough individual guidance. Putting emphasis also on international exchange, Aichi Prefectural University of the Arts works to send students to overseas academic partner institutions year after year.
Aichi University of the Arts aspires to train students as human beings and develop their humanity through art and music.
Aoyama Gakuin University
Asia, Japan, Tokyo
One of Japan's oldest higher-education facilities, Aoyama Gakuin University is well-respected for its undergraduate focus on humanities and business education. The private, co-ed Christian university is one of the five most popular universities in Tokyo and one of Japan's leading private universities thanks to its quality of teaching and international ambience.
A large number of courses are taught in English - from law and literature to international management, politics and economics - which appeals particularly to the university's quite affluent applicants. Through its 24 undergraduate and 26 graduate programs, AGU focuses on nurturing students' sense of social responsibility and Christian morality, so they can contribute fully to society and today's world. AGU has exchange agreements with 125 overseas universities in 32 countries.
Asia University of Japan
Asia, Japan, Musashino
Asia University of Japan is a private university that specializes in business administration, economics, law, international relations, and urban innovation. Founded on the principles of self-help and cooperation, UA dedicates itself to providing a first-rate education, so its graduates can make a “positive contribution to Japanese society, to the development of Asia, and to the greater international community.” AU has strong connections across the globe, welcoming many overseas students through its academic exchange agreements with 67 universities and institutions. With more international students at AU than at any other Japanese university, there is an impressive multicultural feel, giving all students a deeper understanding of global cultures and preparing them for success in the real world.
Chiba University (College of International Liberal Arts and Sciences)
Asia, Japan, Tokyo
A comprehensive university of ten faculties and 11 graduate schools, Chiba University is one of Japan's leading academic research centers. It works diligently to encourage its faculty, staff, and students to take an integrated approach to education and research. Pioneering and innovative in both fields, Chiba U pushes for collaboration across specialty and profession, continually adhering to its motto, "Always Aim Higher."
One of the largest universities in Japan, Chiba U represents a prefecture famed for its industrial, intellectual, and international achievements, and it aims to further Chiba and the university's successes through its 40-plus international educational and scientific research exchanges.
Asia, Japan, Hachioji
Founded as the English Law School in 1885, Chuo University is a world-class, research-based institution. With its distinctive educational programs, it strives for excellence, so it can make a “deep and lasting contribution to global society.” Its Faculty Linkage Program (FLP) promotes collaborative problem solving university-wide, building connections that transcend faculty boundaries. And its Global Faculty-Linkage Program (Global FLP), similarly, builds international bridges, offering courses in English, international double- and joint-degree programs, and international research networks. International exchange is available with more than 190 partners worldwide. Chuo University also leads the way in Japan with an unrivaled domestic and overseas internship program – To the World from Chuo.
Asia, Japan, Kyoto
most selective private universities. Since 1875, it has fostered creativity in students, following its three principles: liberalism, Christianity, and internationalism, resulting in impressive alumni ranging from the first female Lower House Speaker to the Nintento Game Boy creator. Now one of the Japan’s Global 30 universities, it encourages a love of learning that lasts long after graduation. In the spirit of its founder’s wishes, Dodai offers a Consistent Education System, which takes students from kindergarten to university, embracing intellect, morality, and physical strength every step of the way. With strong US connections – particularly with Amherst College, the founder’s alma mater – Dodai collaborates with a group of American colleges to host the study-abroad Associated Kyoto Program.
Asia, Japan, Yokohama
A tight-knit academic research and educational institution, Ferris University is known for its liberal traditions and methods in music, letters, and intercultural education. Ferris started life as the first modern institution for women's education, founded for the sole purpose of educating women in the spirit of Christianity.
Still a private women's college today, the university follows its "For Others" mission as it works to cultivate graduates who can contribute to the general welfare of humanity by focusing on a broad education as well as specialized knowledge and skills, foreign-language competency, problem-solving skills, and the ability to cooperate and coexist with others.
Gakushuin University (Faculty of International Social Sciences)
Asia, Japan, Tokyo
Since 2016, Gakushuin University’s Faculty of International Social Sciences has followed its mission of “cultivating young people who can make a great contribution to the international community.” Using a method that teaches social sciences of law, economics, business management, area studies, and sociology alongside a progressive English-language program, the ISS turns out successful, international business people. ISS provides education based on a fusion of international studies, social sciences, and language where the intensive teaching of practical and natural English happens in the social-sciences classroom. The 200 freshmen annually take English-language classes, then, incrementally, English extends to the social-science courses, which from the third year onward are taught exclusively in English.
Japan Women's University
Asia, Japan, Tokyo
A non-sectarian institution since 1901, Japan Women's University nurtures independence and freedom of thought, believing that women's education is important for international respect and peace. In its four main faculties - home economics, humanities, integrated arts and social sciences, and science - the university gives women the education and research opportunities that set them on a path of leadership and innovation in local and global communities. One of Japan's first universities with a graduate school, it is government-designated International Good Practice for empowering women in Asia and has study-abroad programs in place with schools across the globe. Every level of the university - from the kindergarten through to graduate school - follows the founder's three principles: true conviction, creativity, and cooperation and service.