Sapporo University

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Sapporo University
札幌大学
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Type Private
Established1967
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Website Official website

Sapporo University (札幌大学, Sapporo Daigaku), also known as 札大 (Satsu-dai) for an abbreviation, is a private university in Sapporo, Japan. It was founded in 1967. In 2018, 2775 students were enrolled at the university, including 103 foreign students. [1]

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Teaching staff

Junior college

The junior college department was established in 1968.

Alumni

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References

  1. "数字で見る札幌大学|札幌大学/札幌大学女子短期大学部". www.sapporo-u.ac.jp. Retrieved 2019-04-25.

Coordinates: 43°00′40″N141°23′01″E / 43.011237°N 141.383529°E / 43.011237; 141.383529