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Different regions of Japan can be evocative of either the mountains or the sea, and Kanagawa Prefecture falls into the latter category. Kanagawa is known for its many different vantage points of the sea, most notably Yokohama City, which is also the prefectural capital. Kanagawa is an ideal place for international students who want to study while enjoying everything living near the sea has to offer. There are many of Japan's well-known universities in Kanagawa, and they take in a sizable number of international students. Kanagawa also has many exotic sights such as the Motomachi Chinatown, where international students can experience other parts of the world beyond Japan's borders. Opportunities such as these make international study in Japan all the more enjoyable.
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The Senzoku Gakuen College of Music has endeavored to create a place of learning that reflects the world around us and is not bound by conventional rules.
A wide variety of fields of study are avai...
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Meiji Gakuin University traces its origins to the Hepburn Academy—an English school founded by the American missionary James C. Hepburn in 1863. The University will celebrate its 150th anniversary ...
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In 1858, Keio University was founded to provide advanced education with an international perspective. It has remained true to that vision ever since and has grown to become one of the world’s most ...
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Toyo Eiwa University is located on the Yokohama Campus, about one hour by train from central Tokyo. There are approximately 2,400 students enrolled. The campus is endowed with rich natural resource...
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In 1870, Ferris Jogakuin was founded by Mary E. Kidder, a female missionary sent by the Reformed Church in America, as the first educational institute for women in Japan, based on Christian beliefs...
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1.YNU conducts cutting-edge research.
2.YNU offers practical education.
3.YNU is an ideal place to study and live.
4.YNU is supportive.
5.YNU is cost effective.
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