Tokai Gakuen Women's College

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Tokai Gakuen Women’s College
Type Private
Junior college
Women's college
Active1964–2005 [1]
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  1. The Year of Registration of Student was 2003

Tokai Gakuen Women’s College (東海学園大学短期大学部, Tokai Gakuen Daigaku Tanki Daigakubu) was a junior college in Tenpaku-ku, Nagoya, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan, and was part of the Tokai Gakuen group.


The predecessor of the school was founded in 1888.It was set up as junior college in 1964. It was discontinued in 2005.

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