About This Partner
Kansai University (Osaka, Japan) dates back to 1886 when it was founded as Kansai Law School in November 1886. In 1922, it was granted the official status of a university. Kansai University pursues educational research activities under the university motto: GAKU-NO-JITSUGE (Harmony between Academia & Society). The purpose of this approach is to pursue harmony between academia and society as well as between theory and practice. In order to do this, Kansai University proposes the way society should be and provides whatever is necessary to reach this objective, instead of simply pursuing truth as a center of study and learning.
To achieve the goals outlined in the university motto, Kansai University strives to develop human resources possessing both the will to overcome the difficulties of our highly increasing uncertain society in order to shape the future and the ability to create a new purpose based on a deep respect for diversity.
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 Societal Safety Sciences
Faculty of Engineering Science
Faculty of Environmental and Urban Engineering
Faculty of Chemistry, Materials and Bioengineering
For more information about this partner, please contact the Office of Global Engagement.
LocationKansai University, 3 Chome-3-35 Yamatechō, Suita, Osaka, Japan