Japan Women's University

Japan Women's University
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A building of the Japan Women's University
Type Private
Established 1901
Academic staff
200 (approx.)
Students 6000 (approx.)
Website www.jwu.ac.jp

Japan Women's University (日本女子大学, Nihon joshi daigaku) is the oldest and largest of private Japanese women's universities. The university was established on 20 April 1901 by education reformist Jinzo Naruse [ja].[1]

The university has around 6000 students and 200 faculty. It has two campuses, named after the neighborhoods in which they are located: Mejirodai (目白台) in Bunkyō, Tokyo, and Nishi-Ikuta (西生田) in Tama, Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture.

There are associated schools from kindergarten through senior high school.

History

Japan Women's University was founded by educator Jinzo Naruse in 1901.[1][2] Initially, the university comprised three departments: home economics, Japanese literature, and English literature.[2]

Faculty

Notable alumnae

Access

The closest train stations to the Mejiro Campus are:

References

External links

Coordinates: 35°43′01″N 139°43′14″E / 35.71694°N 139.72056°E / 35.71694; 139.72056



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