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Study in central Tokyo - Waseda University
Waseda University is known around the world as one of the top universities in Japan. It has produced seven prime ministers so far, and its alumni are widely active in various fields, not only in Japan, but also on the world stage. Furthermore, under the principle that its founder Shigenobu Okuma advocated, “Harmonization of Eastern and Western Cultures”, Waseda University has proactively opened its doors to international students since its founding. Currently, 5,000 international students have enrolled from 105 countries, which is the largest number among Japanese universities. Without a doubt, Waseda is the most internationalized university in Japan.
Waseda University was founded by Shigenobu Okuma in 1882. Throughout its history the university has been supported by three principles of learning, centered on Independence of Learning, and other ideals such as enterprising spirit and an anti-elitist philosophy. Waseda continues to maintain these traditions while also continually engaging in the creation of new eras and culture through global standard education and research activities.
Study in central Tokyo
Tokyo, the capital of Japan, is one of the leading international cities in the world, as well as being the center for Japanese politics, finance, culture, education and much more. Waseda campus is located in the heart of Tokyo, around 20 minutes from major stations, such as Tokyo, Shinjuku, Shibuya and Ikebukuro, yet is still in the midst of nature; preserving the traditions of student towns, it creates the best possible environment for learning.
Located in central Tokyo, Waseda University has over 5,000 international students and 50 English based program. Learn what attracts so many to the vibrant city here!
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