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College of Humanities and Sciences, Nihon University

Director, Global Research and Education Center, Nihon University, College of Humanities and Sciences;
Professor, Department of Japanese Language and Literature

Dr. Yukari Tanaka

In 2020, the Japanese Teaching Program in Nihon University’s Graduate School of Literature and Social Sciences began operations. Coinciding with that was the establishment on our campus of the Foreign Language Education Center, the Japanese Language Education Center, and the International Student Support Center under the umbrella of the Global Research and Education Center (GREC). Each center seeks to create an educational research environment that reflects our multicultural and internationalizing historical moment.
In addition, the attractions of the Graduate School include three research institutes and fourteen departments spanning disciplines in the humanities, social and physical sciences, not to mention the fact that the Setagaya campus is close to Shinjuku and Shibuya. The Japanese Teaching Program Basic Course can be taken along with a degree course, and the Applied Course (as part of the Graduate Japanese Language and Literature department) offers the opportunity to study Japanese language teaching more deeply. Students can choose either of these courses to suit their ambitions.

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  • Address

  • 3-25-40, Sakurajosui, Setagaya-Ku, Tokyo, 156-8550

  • Total number of students

  • 8,030 (211 from overseas) as of 2020

  • Opening

  • 1901