Toyo University was founded as a small academy of philosophy in 1887. It served as the first university that accepted female students in Japan.

Today, more than 31,000 students are learning in 5 different campuses located in/around Tokyo area with 1,200 international students originated from many different parts of the world. Programs in undergraduate level consists of 13 different faculties and 46 departments, including departments of humanities, social sciences, engineering, and computer/IT science. 3 of them are English-medium programs, in which students can complete all course work in English.
Each program has post graduate school of related fields.

Toyo is one of the 37 universities in Japan that are selected by Japan’s Ministry of Education and engaged in the Top Global University Project, with responsibilities to develop global competitiveness and contribute to globalization of higher education in Japan in general.

To promote diversity within the student population even further, Toyo provides all international students with partial tuition waiver. They all receive 30% deduction of tuition fees for the first year and 20-40% for the second year and beyond.

Toyo University

Tokyo / Saitama, Japan

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Destaques

English-medium programs: Language is one of the major barriers for international students. Toyo University offers 3 programs in undergraduate level and 9 programs in postgraduate level all in English. Students can complete all coursework and requirements in English toward graduation. Of course, there is a plenty of opportunities to learn the Japanese language.

Financial aid: To promote diversity within the student population even further, Toyo provides all international students with partial tuition waiver. They all receive 30% deduction of tuition fees for the first year and 20-40% for the second year and beyond.

Learning and living environments: No one wants to choose a dangerous and uncomfortable place as a destination of study abroad. According to Safe City Index 2019 (https://safecities.economist.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Aug-5-ENG-NEC-Safe-Cities-2019-270x210-19-screen.pdf), Tokyo ranked #1 as the safest city in the world. Of course, people have to choose where to go when, but Tokyo is an ideal place for international students who seek a safe and comfortable place to study in.

Programas Graduação

Bacharel, Ténico, Vocacional

English-medium Undergraduate Programs:
- Department of Global Innovation Studies
- Department of Regional Development Studies
- Department of Information Networking for Innovation and Design

Programas Pós-Graduação

Mestrado, Doutorado, MBA

English-medium Postgraduate Programs:
- Graduate School of Letters, Course of International Culture and Communication Studies
- Graduate School of Business Administration, Course of Business Administration and Marketing 
- Graduate School of Economics, Course of Public-Private Partnership★
- Graduate School of Global and Regional Studies, Course of Global Innovation Studies ★
- Graduate School of Global and Regional Studies, Course of Regional Development Studies ★
- Graduate School of International Tourism Management, Course of International Tourism Management ★
- Graduate School of Life Sciences, Course of Life Sciences ★
- Graduate School of Interdisciplinary New Science, Course of Bio-Nano Science Fusion
- Graduate School of Information Sciences and Arts, Course of Information Sciences and Arts ★

For the programs with a star mark (★), pre-arrival admissions is available. Applicants do not need to come to Japan to take admissions exam or interview.

Outros Programas

Intercâmbio, Escola de Línguas, Etc

Materiais e Downloads

Brochuras, Guias de inscrição, informações de bolsa