Nihon Fukushi University

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Nihon Fukushi University
日本福祉大学
Nihon Fukushi University 01.JPG
Main Gate
Type Private
Established1953 (1953) [1]
President Sachio Katō [2]
Location,
34°47′02″N136°52′08″E / 34.784°N 136.869°E / 34.784; 136.869
34°55′41″N136°57′22″E / 34.928°N 136.956°E / 34.928; 136.956
35°09′27″N136°55′05″E / 35.1576°N 136.918°E / 35.1576; 136.918
CampusMultiple campuses
Nickname NFU
Website www.n-fukushi.ac.jp/ENGLISH/TOP.HTML
Tokai Campus Nippukutokaicampus.JPG
Tokai Campus

Nihon Fukushi University (日本福祉大学, Nihon fukushi daigaku) is a private university with its main campus at Mihama, Aichi, and other campuses at Nagoya and Handa, also in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. The school was founded as a junior college in 1953 and became a four-year college in 1957.

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References

  1. "Historical Overview". Nihon Fukushi University. Archived from the original on 13 August 2010. Retrieved 28 December 2010.
  2. "Messages". Nihon Fukushi University. Archived from the original on 13 August 2010. Retrieved 28 December 2010.