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Undergraduate & Graduate Schools

Undergraduate Schools

The curriculum of undergraduate schools is composed of liberal arts education and specialized education,
both having compulsory and selective subjects.

School of Business Management

You will study how firms are managed and understand the meaning of working in a global society through learning about firms.

Department of Business Management

Faculty: professors (15), associate professors (7), lecturer (1), research associate (1)

Student population: 1,012

Example of Subjects: Management, Economics, Marketing, Economics, Accounting, Finance, Corporate law
Degree: Bachelor of Business Management

School of Humanities

You will study what we should be and how we should behave and cultivate ourselves by learning about peoples and cultures.

Department of Humanities

Faculty: professors (9), associate professors (6), lecturer (1)

Student population: 555

Example of Subjects: Comic Study, Visual Production, Introduction to Creative Writing

Degree: Bachelor of Humanities

Department of Psychology

Faculty: professors (10), associate professors (2)

Student population: 273

Example of Subjects: Basic Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Research Methods in Psychology

Degree: Bachelor of Humanities

School of Education

You will learn about learners, educational facilities, teaching skills, and educational systems in society.

Department of Education

Faculty: professors (15), associate professors (8), lecturers (4)

Student population: 706

Example of Subjects: Understanding Children, Outline of Teaching Profession, Teaching Methods and Techniques

Degree: Bachelor of Education

School of Sport and Health Science

You will study healthy and wealthy lives and lively society, and reward society with the result of those studies.

Department of Sport and Health Science

Faculty: professors (13), associate professors (5), lecturers (6), research associate (1)

Student population: 1,121

Example of Subjects: Physiology, Bio-mechanics, Introduction to Sport Science, Introduction to Health Science
Degree: Bachelor of Sport and Health Science

School of Health and Nutrition

You will study health management and health promotion to solve food-related problems.

Faculty: professors (6), associate professors (9), research associate (1)

Student population: 473

Department of Nutrition

Example of Subjects: Anatomy and Physiology, General of Food Science, Cooking Science, Food Hygienics

Degree: Bachelor of Nutrition

Graduate School

You will analyze Japanese firms from the local and global point of view.
Faculty: professors (14), associate professors (6)

Graduate School of Business Management

Master course

Student population: 5

Degree: Master of Business Management

Consulting Small and Medium Sized Businesses course

Student population: 12

Degree: Master of Business Management Registration and License of Consulting Small and Medium Sized Businesses

Admission
International students

Eligibility for Application

A person who does not have Japanese citizenship and meets the following requirements

  • Can take the examinations at the university exam site in person, and has a referee residing in Japan
  • Has completed the 12-year school education curriculum in a foreign country or be expected to complete the curriculum before March, 2017
  • Has taken the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU), have acquired level 2 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT), or are deemed to have an equal or greater proficiency in Japanese language
  • Will be at least 18 years of age at time of admittance to the University.

Documents to be submitted

  1. International student university admittance curriculum vitae (a prescribed form)
  2. International student university admittance identity papers(a prescribed form)
  3. Photograph (4cmx3cm, within 3 months)
  4. Dossier or academic transcript from most recent school
  5. Graduation Diploma/Certificate or Certificate of Expected Graduation/Completion
  6. Reason for aspiration (800 characters in 2 sheets of manuscript paper with space for 400 characters)
  7. Proof of Japanese language proficiency
  8. Certificate of Registered Matters on Alien Registration Card  
  9. Certification of income and local tax withheld from regular pay or proof of earnings issued by the municipality for a referee residing in Japan
  10. A copy of all pages of your passport

*You MUST bring your passport to the exam.

Examination

Applicants will write an essay and have an interview on the examination day.