What Is Kinjo Gakuin University ?
Kinjo Gakuin University, Japan's leading private women's university, has a long tradition, tracing its origins back to Kinjo Girls' School, founded by the American missionary Mrs. Annie E. Randolph in her private residence in 1889. Since its founding, Kinjo Gakuin has consistently provided higher education for women based on the spirit of Protestantism.
Wide Range of Study Fields Offered
Our University has 14 undergraduate departments and majors covering a wide range of study fields -from human/social science to natural science- and a graduate school in the humanities and in human ecology offering master's and doctoral degrees.
The two pillars of education at our university are general education, which fosters a well-rounded individual, and professional education, which develops practical expertise.