Helping International Students Find English-Taught Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs at Japanese Universities

Tokyo International University

Type of Institution Established No. of Students
Private 1965 6,543

Tokyo International University was founded as a small business college in 1965. Upon earning accreditation from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, the college has grown into a private university that now encompasses five schools (the School of Business and Commerce, Economics, Language Communication, International Relations, and Human and Social Sciences) and four graduate schools (the Graduate School of Business and Commerce, Economics, International Relations, and Clinical Psychology). Staying consistently true to its educational philosophy of “nurturing truly international-minded people,” TIU has expanded practice-oriented international education. The University boasts a highly international learning environment: of TIU’s approximately 6,500 students, more than 900 are from over 50 countries around the world. The E-Track Program, which began in 2014, focuses on providing international students and others with the opportunity to obtain a degree in an English-medium curriculum. We invite you to surround yourself with a diverse mix of value systems and develop the abilities it takes to flourish on the global stage.

Many international students
Various scholarship options
Location 1-13-1 Matoba-Kita, Kawagoe-shi, Saitama 350-1197, Japan
No. of Undergraduate Students 6,413
No. of Graduate Students 130
No. of Full-Time Faculty Members 200
No. of International Students 766
Breakdown of International Student Numbers by Country Vietnam: 120
Indonesia: 54
Nepal: 49
USA: 25
Uzbekistan: 23
Thailand: 20
Bangladesh: 10
China: 7
Pakistan: 7
Sri Lanka: 7
France: 6
Singapore: 6
Taiwan: 6
No. of Countries with Exchange Agreements 11
Individual University Scholarships Tuition Reduction Scholarship, ASP Scholarship
International Student Dormitories Four international dormitories near campus
Japanese Language Education Services The E-Track Undergraduate Program offers intensive Japanese language courses with a small classroom environment. These classes are at no extra cost to the tuition.
Consultation Room Academic Counselor, Learning Support Room, Counseling Room
International Student Associations International Student Association (for all nationalities), Chinese Student Association, Korean Student Association, Taiwanese Student Association, Southeast Asian Student Association
Career Support Yes
Contact E-Track Office, Tokyo International University
Address: 4-23-23 Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 169-0075
Phone: 81-3-3362-9644

As of February 9, 2018


University and program information, costs, dates, policies are subject to change; please confirm important facts with university admission personnel.