The Aichi University was established in 1946. Aichi University is a liberal arts university consisting of six faculties, junior college and eight postgraduate departments offering coursework at three campuses around Aichi Prefecture. The institution is the center of a rich range of international exchange, befitting its mission statement of "Foster the human potential by recognizing global wisdom and common outlook." Aichi University enjoys partnerships with 27 universities around the world and hosts more than 400 international students from a wide range of countries and regions.An International Exchange Center serves as a gathering place for international students, helping them adapt to life in Japan.
University students should not be just spoon-fed. They must do research independently and think for themselves. Aichi University takes pride in its library with a collection of approximately 1,600,000 books, the scale of which far exceeds that of any other university throughout Japan. Besides, the latest IT environment of Aichi University provides a comfortable and substantial learning environment.
Aichi University’s six faculties and Junior College provide nine departments with 32 courses and major programs to meet students’ appetites for specialized studies. Students can actively participate in seminar discussions, fieldwork and internship programs, and special lectures given by specialists, and brush up on their power of execution and ability to take action through their learning of experience type.
The employment rate of students who graduate from Aichi University is constantly as high as 95%. It is remarkable that Aichi University students have been traditionally strong at difficult state examinations, such as government employee examinations, bar examinations, and certified public accountant examinations. Moreover, a powerful network of as many as 120,000 graduates, who work in all social fields including private enterprises, supports Aichi University students in finding jobs.
The university offers courses in Business Administration (MBA), Law, Accounting, Economics, Science.