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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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Creating new leaders for a new era

Students will acquire advanced language and communication skills as well as fundamental knowledge in fields including economics, management, government, international relations, and information sciences. They will also cultivate consensus-building leadership skills and the ability to build global networks.

Cultivating experts who can work within communities to contribute to regional development

Students will acquire a wide range of knowledge for understanding the various issues and problems facing regions and communities from a global perspective. They will strive to become experts who can contribute to regional development focusing on Japan and Asia through developmental assistance and business initiatives.

Department of Global Innovation Studies
Practical learning for addressing the issues facing global society

In the Department of Global Innovation studies, the practical curriculum responds to modern society’s needs and focuses on “project-based learning” where students find solutions for problems facing actual companies and communities. Students will also visit multiple countries and regions to develop business plans based on their findings and learn about starting domestic and international ventures.
Courses in this department are taught in English, providing a learning environment suitable for international students from around the world.

Department of Regional Development Studies
Thinking globally, acting locally

Cultivate the ability to understand, analyze, and problem-solve the various issues facing regions around the world, with a focus on Asia.
In the Department of Regional Development Studies, courses are organically distributed across four fields of specialized study: International Relations and Development Policy, Comparative Culture and Regional Research, Community and Regional Policy, and Environment, Information, and Infrastructure. Students will carry out their studies and deepen their knowledge in a field of their choice.



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