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Kanda University of International Studies (KUIS), founded in 1987 in Makuhari in Chiba Prefecture, is a private university dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in international studies, particularly in the areas of foreign languages, intercultural communication, Japanese culture, linguistics, and international studies. There are six departments English, Chinese, Spanish, Korean, International Communication, and Languages and Culture.
There are about 3100 students in the undergraduate school and 30 in the graduate school on our campus. In 2000, we began the Japanese Language and Culture Program, which is designed to provide foreign students with intensive training in Japanese and to give them a general introduction to Japanese culture, literature and society.
The Graduate School of Language Sciences was founded 1992. It offers an M.A. program in Japanese/English Linguistics, Japanese/English Pedagogy and English Communication Studies as well as a Ph.D. in Linguistics. In 1996, the Graduate School was designated as a "Center of Excellence (COE)" by the Japanese Ministry of Education. In 2001, the Center for Language Sciences (CLS) was established to continue and deepen COE's research achievements.

Figures at a glance:

Established
Faculty
Students
Undergraduate
Graduates
1987
168
3107
30

 

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