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Toyo University is an NSHSS Collaborating University


Thursday, November 03, 2016

Toyo University is an NSHSS Collaborating University

We are pleased to announce that Toyo University is an NSHSS Collaborating University. In Spring 2017, Toyo University, located in central Tokyo, will unveil new undergraduate programs taught entirely in English.

Faculty of Global Regional Studies

· Department of Global Innovation Studies (GIS)

· Department of Regional Development Studies (RDS)

Faculty of Information Networking for Innovation and Design

· Department of Information networking for Innovation and Design (INIAD)

These English-based programs offer scholarship opportunities for international applicants. Toyo Top Global Scholarship A covers tuition for four years of study and includes a monthly living and housing allowance of JPY 150,000 (~$1,500 USD).

Pre-arrival application is available for international students!

Why Toyo University?
Among the many comprehensive private universities in Tokyo, Toyo University stands out in a class by itself. Boasting more than 125 years of academic distinction, we are famous in Japan for our excellence in education and research. Toyo University consists of 4 campuses which house 11 faculties and 44 academic sections, and we are expanding all the time. In spring 2017, we will open a 5th campus and 2 new academic faculties. Our main campus, Hakusan, is located in Bunkyo City, which is highly regarded among Tokyoites for its many academic institutions and popular urban traditions.

Toyo University was recently selected for the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport, Science, and Technology (MEXT)’s Top Global University Project. The generous grants we receive through this project will help us achieve our vision of offering our students a truly global education.

For more information about the new programs and scholarships, click here.

For application instructions, click here.

For questions, contact Toyo University International Affairs Office at

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