Universities in Japan

Musashino University

English-taught Undergraduate/
Master’s Degree Courses

Musashino University is an institution steeped in history and tradition and is poised to celebrate the 100th anniversary of its founding in 2024. With roots that trace back to the spirit of Buddhism, the university has evolved in tandem with the changing times. As the university looks forward to 2050, guided by the brand statement of ‘Creating Peace & Happiness for the World,‘ they continue their endeavours to become a highly sought-after center of learning within the global landscape, fostering innovation in education and research.

Tokyo International University

E-Track Program available
(100% English-taught)

Tokyo International University was founded in 1965 with a focus on business and commerce, and upon earning accreditation from the Ministry of Education (MEXT) the college has grown into a private university that now encompasses five undergraduate schools and four graduate schools.

Tokyo International Universityʼs E-Track Program began in 2014 with the primary focus of providing students from all around the world with the opportunity to earn a 4-year Bachelorʼs Degree with majors of Business Economics and International Relations in an all-English curriculum from the heart of Japan. Under TIU’s E-Track Program, you can pursue your Bachelor’s Degree in Japan conducted in 100% English with no Japanese language proficiency required!

International Christian University

31 Majors including 30% English-taught courses available

ICU is a pioneer of liberal arts in Japan. Liberal arts allows students to gain a broad background in both the humanities and the sciences, but at the same time encourage them to delve deeper into specialized fields, training students to think creatively and critically with a solid grounding in the real world.

With a view to educating internationally minded citizens, ICU proclaimed its commitment to internationalism when it was first dedicated. Greatest advantage in ICU is they provide 31 majors for students to choose from, offering a diverse range of academic fields to enable students to discover what they truly want to study. Additionally, they practice Japanese-English Bilingual Education. Only about 30% of their courses are conducted in English. 

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