|Type of Institution||Established||No. of Students|
Founded in 1863 by James Curtis Hepburn, Meiji Gakuin is one of Japan’s oldest universities. “Do for Others”, its motto, encapsulates the school’s ideal of educating students who have a strong sense of social and personal responsibility. At present, the university has two campuses, six Faculties, and a graduate school. The curriculum centers on the liberal arts, and offers degrees in economics, sociology, the humanities, law, psychology and international studies. The Department of Global and Transcultural Studies, the newest program, is located in the Faculty of International Studies on the Yokohama Campus.
Over the years, Meigaku graduates have pursued careers in business, higher education, media, and NPO-NGO work.
|Location||Meiji Gakuin University, 1-2-37 Shirokanedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8636|
|No. of Undergraduate Students||12,197|
|No. of Graduate Students||146|
|No. of Full-Time Faculty Members||287|
|No. of International Students||163|
|Breakdown of International Student Numbers by Country||Malaysia, South Korea, China, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, the United States, the Russian Federation, Austria, Italy, Indonesia, Estonia, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Spain|
|No. of Countries with Exchange Agreements||42|
|Individual University Scholarships||Full-time Foreign Student Tuition Remission.
International Scholarship for Academic Excellence (for students in the Department of Global and Transcultural Studies).
Other funding support for non-GTS students.
|International Student Dormitories||Meiji Gakuin International Student House (MISH). Facilities include laundry-room, personal mailbox, bicycle parking spaces, and auto-lock front entrance for safety. The apartment manager and Resident Assistants resides on site.
http://www.gakuseikaikan.com/placehall/shutoken/tokyosouth/13286/ (in Japanese)
|Japanese Language Education Services||Students coming into the program with a non-Japanese educational background will be able to take Japanese classes offered by the International Studies Department in the Faculty of International Studies. Those with strong Japanese and English skills can choose from a range of other languages including French, Spanish, and Chinese.
|Consultation Room||Yes. The International Center (IC).
Students also have academic advisors.
|International Student Associations||<The "Buddy System" for Supporting International Students>
The Buddy System provides support for international students at Meiji Gakuin University for their studies and with life on campus. Through the Buddy System, international students can receive advice if they face troubles during their life in Japan, and better enjoy their time at the university.
|Contact||Addressee: IC 1-2-37 Shirokanedai Minato-ku Tokyo, 108-8636
As of September 7, 2016
University and program information, costs, dates, policies are subject to change; please confirm important facts with university admission personnel.