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JAPAN WOMEN'S UNIVERSITY


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J.W.U. consists of Faculty of Home Economics with five departments,Faculty of Humanities with three, Faculty of Integrated Arts and Social Sciences with five, and Faculty of Science with two. It also offers graduate programs in Home Economics (Master course only), Integrated Arts and Social Sciences, and Science (Master course only). J.W.U. is the largest and oldest private women's university in Japan.

The University has some two hundred full-time teaching staff 5,900 students. In addition to offering a correspondence program in the Faculty of Home Economics, the University has affiliated schools: senior high school, junior high school, Homei elementary school, and Homei kindergarten. It also hosts to the J.W.U. Research Institute.

J.W.U. has two campuses: one in Mejirodai, in Tokyo's Bunkyo Ward;the other in Nishi-Ikuta, in Tama Ward of Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture.

Both campuses feature open-stack libraries, computer centers, student health centers, counseling CENTERs, and dormitories.
The Sansenryo retreats in the mountain resort town of Karuizawa, in Nagano Prefecture, is the scene of summer seminars and encourages the development of stronger ties between students and faculty members.
Both campuses offer a full range of educational and research facilities, enabling students to learn in comfortable environments and to build good relationships with friends and faculty.

The University's liberal and lively tradition and surrounding environment are most conducive to academic pursuits. In addition to their studies, students are also encouraged to enjoy a meaningful,satisfying student life through participation in student and social exchanges with other universities.