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Making our Future Stronger Through the Traditions of Philosophy

The beginnings of Toyo University can be found in the Philosophy Academy, which was established in 1887 by the philosopher Enryo Inoue. In an era where only the elite of society were able to receive an education, his school was a place for the higher education of all people.
Toyo University carries on the traditions of that school, and has opened its doors to the world and is actively taking in international students. Here, international students can find a world-class education that transcends borders and cultures, bringing together like-minded, motivated individuals in a comfortable and supportive learning environment.

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Former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Mr. Mahathir, Visited Toyo University and joined a dialogue meeting with students.
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Cultivating "Legal Minds" with empathy and humanity

All students in the Faculty of Law begin with the study of fundamental learning methods, after which they can begin to systematically acquire the basics of legal knowledge. The study of law will cultivate your "Legal Mind", providing both the advanced professional knowledge of a specialist, as well as the ability to work with others in society and understand their troubles and needs in a general capacity. In addition to professional legal studies, students also study language, international communication, and many other fields to equip them with numerous qualities, cultivation, and the skills to excel in international society as part of a broad career design plan.
http://www.toyo.ac.jp/site/english-faculty/law.html

Department of Law
Striving for excellence in a variety of legal fields

In the Department of Law, many students will have never studied law in an educational setting, so the program begins with learning the basic skills for studying law in the "Introduction to Law" course. This provides a smooth transition into further law studies. Over 4 years, initial legal studies will focus on the Six Major Laws, with many related topics of studies in surrounding fields covered as well. Students will cultivate a wide range of knowledge, thinking skills, and the ability to find solutions to legal problems.
Website in Japanese: http://www.toyo.ac.jp/site/dlaw/

Department of Business Law
Cultivating the Legal Minds in demand by the business world

In the Department of Business Law, students first learn the basic skills for studying law in the "Introduction to Law" course, and then begin acquiring the legal knowledge and theories surrounding the business world. Students will acquire practical business management skills and cultivate the ability to find solutions to legal problems.
Website in Japanese: http://www.toyo.ac.jp/site/dbsl/



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