Study Abroad in Japan





Explore the unique opportunity to study at one of two universities in Japan: Tsuda University in Tokyo, which is a women's college; and Kansai Gaidai University in Osaka, which is co-ed.

Tsuda University, Tokyo, Japan

About the University
Umeko Tsuda, one of the first Japanese women to study abroad, founded the all-female Tsuda University in 1900. As a result, the University has well-developed foreign-exchange programs with more than 20 institutions around the world. 

Academic Program
The Faculty of Liberal Arts follows Umeko Tsuda’s philosophy for nurturing “all-round” individuals. Students study a wide variety of disciplines and may take classes offered by all departments. The University consists of four undergraduate departments: English, International and Cultural Studies, Mathematics, and Computer Science.

Living in Tokyo
Students live in dormitories in Kodaira city, Tokyo, a suburb of Tokyo.

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Kansai Gaidai University, Osaka, Japan

About the University
Since 1972, the Asian Studies program at Kansai Gaidai University has been providing excellent education and services to study abroad students. The program now annually welcomes more than 600 students from 40 countries and regions.

Academic Program
The Asian Studies program offers classes in Japanese language and liberal arts courses in English. International students appreciate the program's exceptional location and enjoy unique Japanese experiences.

Living in Osaka
Students may choose to live in homestays or dormitories. The University campus is situated in a region rich in history, culture, and commercial enterprise.

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