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Yamagata University

A major comprehensive national teaching and research university in northeastern Japan, Yamagata University enrolls about 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students at its thirteen academic divisions on its four college campuses spread throughout the Yamagata region. YU offers programs in the fields of agriculture, arts and humanities, education, engineering, medicine, natural science, nursing, and social sciences.

Dong-A University

 Dong-A University is a private university in Busan, South Korea. The university is the only private university and one of two universities has both medical and law school in Greater Busan, the second-largest city in South Korea.

Osaka Metropolitan University

 We are located in the heart of Japan, in Osaka of the Kansai area, where our history has shown that the tradition of creative and innovative ideas has long existed. Our university has carried on this tradition - in 2005, three universities, Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka Women's University and Osaka Prefectural College of Nursing, have been merged as one great engine for Osaka and we have restarted our endeavors into newer and greater academic pursuits.

With around 8,000 students and 900 faculty and staff members, our campuses make an ideal academic setting for new students to gain essential knowledge while exploring new frontiers. Collaborative work among the various departments and schools are encouraged. You will be able to expand your knowledge and studies into new interdisciplinary challenges.
We are open to students, faculty and alumni of all countries as well as to the community. We hope to be a gateway to the world where the fresh and inspirational breezes of academic learning and interaction flow freely in and out to the outside world.
The International University of Kagoshima

The International University of Kagoshima was founded in1932 by Teisuke Tsumagari(1879-1949) as the first institution of higher education for commerce and economics in Kagoshima.

His successor, Sadao Tsumagari (1915-1983), set up the faculty of sociology, which became the faculty of social welfare in April 2001.
The Tsumagari family's 3rd-generation representative, Sadaharu Tsumagari(1919-2003), established the graduate school and faculty of intercultural studies.
The university integrates a graduate school, 3 faculties, Australia,Canada,China,South Korea, Taiwan,Thailand,United States, and United Kingdom.