Name of the UniversityKansai University
Year of the Establishment: 1886
Location (City, Prefecture): Osaka
Number of Students:
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List of Faculties and Graduate Schools in the University

Faculty of Law
Faculty of Letters
Faculty of Economics
Faculty of Business and Commerce
Faculty of Sociology
Faculty of Policy Studies
Faculty of Foreign Language Studies
Faculty of Health and Well-being
Faculty of Informatics
Faculty of Engineering Science
Faculty of Environmental and Urban Engineering
Faculty of Chemistry, Materials and Bioengineering
Graduate School of Law
Graduate School of Letters
Graduate School of Economics
Graduate School of Business and Commerce
Graduate School of Sociology
Graduate School of Informatics
Graduate School of Science and Engineering
Graduate School of Foreign Language Education and Research
Graduate School of Psychology
Graduate School of Societal Safety Sciences
Graduate School of East Asian Cultures
Graduate School of Governance
Graduate School of Health and Well-being
School of Law
School of Accountancy

Partner University in Uzbekistan:

Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies
Tashkent Institute of Finance

University Overview

Kansai University, founded in 1886, is a private university with 135 years of history, 13 undergraduate and 13 graduate programs, along 2 professional graduate schools. There are approximately 30,000 students enrolled at the university, including more than 1,100 international students. All of its campuses are located in Osaka, famous as a cultural center as the largest city in western Japan. Kansai University offers international students the opportunity to encounter various historical and cultural sites as they pursue their studies.