Tokyo University of Social Welfare

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Tokyo University of Social Welfare
東京福祉大学
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Main Building, Ikebukuro Campus
MottoAcademic & Practical
Type Private
Established2000
President Goichi Fujita
Location, ,

Flag of Japan.svg  Japan
Campus Urban:
-Ikebukuro campus
-Oji campus
-Nagoya campus
-Isesaki campus
Nickname TUSW
Website tokyo-fukushi.ac.jp

Tokyo University of Social Welfare (TUSW) (東京福祉大学, Tōkyō fukushi daigaku) is a private university in with its main campus in Ikebukuro, Toshima, Tokyo; Kita, Tokyo; Naka-ku, Nagoya; and Isesaki, Gunma. [1]

Contents

Organization

Graduate schools

Undergraduate schools

Special course

Junior college

Campuses

Isesaki campus Isezaki.jpg
Isesaki campus

It has four campuses.

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References

  1. "Campuses." Tokyo University of Social Welfare. Retrieved on May 28, 2018.

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