Tokai Gakuen University

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Tokai Gakuen University
東海学園大学
Tokaigakuen University Main Gate(2017).jpg
Other name
TGU
Motto
勤倹誠実、共立
Type Private
Established1888 (1888)
President Matsubara Takehisa
Academic staff
116 [1]
Administrative staff
88
Students4,406
Undergraduates 4,398
Postgraduates 8
Location,
Japan

35°07′34″N137°06′14″E / 35.126°N 137.104°E / 35.126; 137.104
Campus Miyoshi, Nagoya
Website www.tokaigakuen-u.ac.jp/english/

Tokai Gakuen University (東海学園大学, Tōkai Gakuen Daigaku), abbreviated as TGU, is a Japanese private university located in Miyoshi, Aichi within the Chubu of Japan. It has a campus in Tempaku-ku, Nagoya.The predecessor of the school dates back to the Meiji era (1888) when it started as a Jodo Buddhist school in Aichi, and was chartered as a university in 1995. [2]

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The advantages of Tokai Gakuen(Gakkō Hōjin) Group, including Tokai Gakuen University, are more than 130 years old, and more than 100,000 alumni are active in various fields such as politics, economy, culture, and medicine. Tokai Gakuen University conducts thorough small-group education and opens seminars for specialized research in small classes from the first year. Acquire basic knowledge and skills directly related to the future. [3]

Presidents

Campus

There are two campuses:

Organization

Undergraduate programs

TGU has six undergraduate faculties. The faculties are:

  • School of Business Management
    • Department of Business Management
  • School of Humanities
    • Department of Humanities
  • School of Psychology
    • Department of Psychology
  • School of Education
    • Department of Education
  • School of Sport and Health Science
    • Department of Sport and Health Science
  • School of Health and Nutrition
    • Department of Nutrition [5]

Graduate programs

Overseas Partners

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References

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