Tokyo Seitoku University

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Tokyo Seitoku University
Tōkyō seitoku daigaku
Jujodai Campus
Type Private
Website Official website

Tokyo Seitoku University (東京成徳大学, Tōkyō seitoku daigaku) is a private university in Kita, Tokyo, Japan, established in 1993.

The Tokyo Seitoku University Jyujo campus hosts departments for childcare, business administration and international relations. Additional departments of humanities and applied psychology are located in Yachiyo City, Chiba.

Coordinates: 35°46′01″N139°44′20″E / 35.76694°N 139.73889°E / 35.76694; 139.73889

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