Toyo University

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.

Course and Programs

  • Faculty of Letters

  • Faculty of Economics

  • Faculty of Business Administration

  • Faculty of Law

  • Faculty of Sociology

  • Faculty of Global and Reginal Studies

  • Faculty of International Tourism Management

  • Faculty of Information Networking for Innovation and Design

  • Faculty f Human Life Design

  • Faculty of Science and Engineering

  • Faculty of Information Sciences ad Arts

  • Faculty of Life Sciences

  • Faculty of Food and nutritional Sciences

  • Graduate School of Letters

  • Graduate School of Sociology

  • Graduate School of Law

  • Graduate School of Business Administration

  • Graduate School of Economics

  • Graduate School of Global and Reginal Studies

  • Graduate School of International Tourism Management

  • Graduate School of Social Welfare

  • Graduate School of Human Life Design

  • Graduate School of Science and Engineering

  • Graduate School of Interdisciplinary New Sciences

  • Graduate School of Information Sciences and Arts

  • Graduate School of Life Sciences

  • Graduate School of Food and Nutritional Sciences

  • Graduate School of Information Networking for Innovation and Design