About Kinjo Gakuin University
Kinjo Gakuin University, Japan's leading private women's university, has been growing in tradition since it was originally founded by an American missionary, Mrs. Annie Randolph, in 1889.Kinjo has 12 undergraduate departments and majors covering a wide range of disciplines - from humanities and social science to natural science - and 2 graduate schools. On average, 30 of the school's 5,500 students every year are international students from Australia, China, France, Korea, Thailand, the US, and the UK.
Life at Kinjo
Contact the International Exchange Program office at your home institution to apply.
*Contact admission's office for 4 year program or graduate schools.
Center for International Exchange Programs
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