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International Humanities

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Our "Open Campus" will be held on the following dates!

Mar. 26: Canceled
Jun. 21: 10:00-15:00
Jul. 19: 10:00-15:00
Aug. 22 & 23: 10:00-15:00
Dec. 12: 13:30-17:00

Specifically, please check the site of "General Entrance Examination for International Students".

Due to the spread of COVID-19 infection, the entrance examination requirements and contents of the "Open Campus" may be partially changed.
If we change it, we will notify you on the entrance examination information site of the university, so please be sure to check it.

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Five minutes from Shibuya! Study at our urban campus in Setagaya.

Our main campus is located in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo. The Sangen-Jaya district, with its old-fashioned shops and rows of apartment buildings, is known as a popular place for young people to live. The green, nature-filled campus of Showa Women's University here offers education from kindergarten to university and graduate studies, as well as a nursery school and British School buildings. There are also world-class cultural facilities, including a concert hall and museum, and student dormitories. The location of the campus also offers convenient access to downtown areas such as Shibuya, Harajuku, Shimokitazawa, Jiyugaoka, and Shinjuku.

Check here for details →http://swu.ac.jp/en/about/campuses/

Study at our overseas campus, Showa Boston

Combining historical buildings with modern architecture, Showa Boston opened in 1988 in the state of Massachusetts on the east coast of the United States. With the motto, "A bridge across the sea", the campus promotes exchange between the city of Boston and the people of Japan. It offers an English-based curriculum of study in a small class size format.
Resident assistants live with students in dormitories attached to the main campus buildings. They provide guidance for English conversation beyond classroom studies. A wide range of community service and fieldwork opportunities are available in the local community, where students can further improve their English skills and actively apply their studies.

Check here for details →http://swu.ac.jp/en/about/campuses/

On-campus concerts and performances are held at our Memorial Hall

Hitomi Memorial Hall is an embodiment of the founding spirit of Showa Women's University. It was built in April 1980 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the university's establishment.
Reaching 5 stories above ground and 2 below, the hall covers 14,186 square meters with a capacity of 2,008 persons. The hall features computer-controlled sound and lighting equipment, and is renowned for its excellent acoustics.
School events such as opening and graduation ceremonies are held here in addition to classical music and jazz concerts, ballet recitals, and performances of traditional Japanese arts. Many of these events are integrated into the university's curriculum as "cultural research seminars", with free admission for international students.

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