Fukuoka University

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Fukuoka University
福岡大学
Fukuoka-university.jpg
Type Private
Established1934
President Takuya Eto
Administrative staff
2,111
Students19,611
Undergraduates 663
80
Other students
research students
Location,
Campus Urban
Athleticssome varsity teams
Website www.fukuoka-u.ac.jp/english/

Fukuoka University is a private research university located in Fukuoka, Japan.

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The University has nine faculties with a total of around 20,000 students, 800 of whom are foreign. Its two campuses are in Nanakuma and Kitakyushu. Fukuoka University Hospital is one of Japan's top hospitals.

The university has various alumni active in medical science, healthcare science, public health, life science and research.

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Faculties

Graduate Schools

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Famous alumni

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