Degrees Offered: Baccalaureate (4-year)
Number of Undergraduates: 1008
Number of Graduate Students: 26
Major fields of study: Japanese Language and Culture, European and North American Languages and Cultures, East Asian Research, International Relations, International Economics and Management, Environmental Substances, Life and Environment, Lifestyle and the Environment, International Environmental Policies, Food and Health Sciences
Contact: Yoshie Takahara < firstname.lastname@example.org >
Fukuoka Women’s University, founded in 1923, is the first Japanese public women’s college. FWU is located in Fukuoka, a pleasant coastal city and the largest metropolis on the island of Kyushu. With the aim of nurturing people that have leadership and can act globally, FWU is committed to educate new generations of women to lead society. We are keen to develop partnerships in collaborative research, collaborative teaching, student exchange, and short-term study programs, and other possible activities that can enhance teaching and learning.