|Type of Institution||Established||No. of Students|
Toyo University is one of the largest private universities in Japan. It was founded in 1887 as "TETSUGAKU-KAN (School of Philosophy)" by one of Japan’s most eminent philosophers Dr. INOUE Enryo. It was reorganized in 1906 and has since been known as Toyo University. Last year 2012, the University celebrated its 125th anniversary. Through this long history of academic contribution, the university has grown and currently, there are over 31,000 students in 10 undergraduate programs and 11 graduate school programs. Internationalization is one of the focuses of Toyo University, and currently there are 337 international students from 16 countries. The University has five campuses with the main campus located in HAKUSAN, Bunkyo-ward, in Central Tokyo. The Graduate School of Regional Development Studies is located in the HAKUSAN Campus.
|Location||5-28-20 Hakusan, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-8606, Japan|
|No. of Undergraduate Students||31,000|
|No. of Graduate Students||792|
|No. of Full-Time Faculty Members||676|
|No. of International Students||337|
|Breakdown of International Student Numbers by Country||16 countries and regions
Saudi Arabia: 1
|No. of Countries with Exchange Agreements||23|
|Individual University Scholarships|
|International Student Dormitories|
|Japanese Language Education Services|
|International Student Associations||International Student Association|
As of March 11, 2014
University and program information, costs, dates, policies are subject to change; please confirm important facts with university admission personnel.