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Kyoto City, which was once the capital of Japan, can be found in Kyoto Prefecture. Kyoto is well known for its picturesque, old-fashioned sights, for which people still call the city the "Old Capital". International students that come to study in Kyoto can take in this unique historical atmosphere while they pursue their studies. Students will experience for themselves the essence of Japanese culture, with cherry blossoms in the spring, the fall colors, numerous cultural and historical sites, painted Maiko girls walking the streets, and traditional Japanese sweets. While Japanese culture can be studied in many universities, when in Kyoto you can immerse yourself in it like no other place in Japan. It goes without saying that Kyoto is a very popular destination for international students.
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[«Kyoto University of the Arts» Show more]
Kyoto University of Foreign Studies was founded in 1959. With " PAX MUNDI PER LINGUAS" as a motto and mindset, the university puts great effort into educational research, not only in ling...
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Kyoto University of Advanced Science (KUAS) is an accredited four-year private university which was founded in 1969 in Kameoka City in the west of Kyoto Prefecture. In addition to this, KUAS has r...
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It is a global campus where about 500 international students from all over the world study.
It was founded in 1639 as a dormitory of Nishi Honganji Temple.
Today, the university has campuses in Kyo...
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Our founding spirit consists of three main principles: Christianity, Liberalism and Internationalism. Doshisha was founded by Joseph Hardy Neesima in 1875 as the first Japanese school advocating th...
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