Tsuda College

Tsuda College

187-8577 2-1-1 Tsuda-machi Tokyo View map

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In 1900, Umeko Tsuda founded one of the first private institutions of higher education for women in Japan, Joshi Eigaku Juku. As the school grew, its name was changed first to Tsuda Eigaku Juku and then to Tsuda Juku Senmon Gakko. During the Educational Reformation of 1948, the name was changed again to Tsuda Juku Daigaku (Tsuda College). More than 27,500 women have graduated from Tsuda College to date, and those women are now playing active roles in all walks of life. Our philosophy regarding education and research can be summarized as follows: In 1900, Umeko Tsuda founded one of the first private institutions of higher education for women in Japan, Joshi Eigaku Juku. As the school grew, its name was changed first to Tsuda Eigaku Juku and then to Tsuda Juku Senmon Gakko. During the Educational Reformation of 1948, the name was changed again to Tsuda Juku Daigaku (Tsuda College). More than 27,500 women have graduated from Tsuda College to date, and those women are now playing activeMORE
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