Kibi International University

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About Kibi International University (KIU)

Message from General President Miyako Kake

General President
Miyako Kake

Junsei Educational Institution (JEI) established the Junsei School of Nursing and Welfare in 1967, Kibi International University (KIU) in 1990, Kyushu University of Health and Welfare (KUHW) in 1999, and Institute of Health and Human Services of KUHW in 2005.

Since its founding, Kibi International University has grown markedly in strength, scale and stature. Over the past quarter-century, it has greatly increased the number of educational programs it offers while simultaneously taking great care to maintain and further raise what have been consistently high standards.

Initially centered on a single school of sociology, additional schools and departments have since been added and kept up-to-date in response to evolving requirements and emerging opportunities.

With important issues such as internationalization, informatization, and population ageing as major, long-term preoccupations and drivers of activity, Kibi International University has over the years become a well-known and highly-rated education, research, and regional support provider. The proud recipient in 2013 of a Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT) grant, KIU is now recognized as a significant local, regional and thus national net contributor to society.

Comprehensively accredited by the Japan Institution for Higher Education Evaluation (JIHEE), KIU is today a fully-fledged, vibrant and welcoming university comprising schools of Social Science, Health Science and Social Welfare, Psychology, Agricultural Regional Vitalization, Foreign Studies, and Animation Culture, while an increasing number of promising post-graduate students benefit from advanced study at KIU's five graduate schools. A further six Distance Learning graduate schools serve a varied and geographically dispersed student body.

JEI has been and remains at all times guided by the knowledge that it has a fundamental duty to prepare students as thoroughly as possible for meaningful, productive life in the modern world; a world which - among other things - is ever more technologically advanced, interlinked and interdependent. At root, students obviously require to be properly readied to meet current and future socio-economic needs. Encapsulating this outlook, Junsei Educational Institution's mission-statement therefore reads as follows:

"Our aim is to maximize students' individual potential and develop good citizens in both local and international communities".

So guided, JEI-KIU produces technically competent and otherwise reliable, readily employable graduates, able and keen to play genuinely active and constructive economic and social roles and in so doing make positive, life-long contributions to national and - by extension - international wellbeing.

In the spring of 2014, KIU opened a new Department of Foreign Studies campus in the heart of Okayama City. Housed in a modern, purpose-built School of Foreign Language Studies facility, its core purpose is to produce justifiably confident graduates with i) demonstrably effective all-round English language communication skills; ii) accurate, up-to-date elementary awareness of national and international realities; iii) first-hand experience of life and conditions overseas and iv) a sound basic appreciation of Japan's rich history, culture and traditions.

Having from the outset considered international dialogue and collaboration as being very beneficial for all, JEI-KIU has consistently accorded high priority to international student exchange program facilitation. As a result, JEI-KIU now enjoys mutually advantageous student exchange relationships with a large and still expanding number of universities and colleges in East and South-East Asia, the Americas and Europe. In the years ahead, JEI-KIU intends to further strengthen its ties with existing counterparts and enter into additional agreements with new partner institutions, as and when appropriate.

Working in close collaboration with Junsei Educational Institution's other schools, a well-equipped, staffed and administered Kibi International University will continue to achieve its goals and realize its objectives with customary dynamism, rigor and efficiency.


Message from President Shigeyuki Mayama

President
Shigeyuki Mayama

Kibi International University is founded with the aim of fostering promising members of society by bringing out and making the most of the individual abilities of each and every student.

At Kibi International University we believe that Japan and, by extension, the world, stands at an important crossroads. Whether we take advantage of all the technological and social benefits that scientific progress has brought to us, and open a new era of international friendship and human progress, or whether we remain locked into old modes of competition, rivalry, and selfishness, will be decided over the course of the next few decades. In response to this urgent situation we seek to promote international understanding and development by inviting and sending students to and from all parts of the world.

At our three campus locations: in the City of Takahashi nestling in the mountains, on sunny Awaji Island, and in lively Okayama City, we strive to produce a unique educational experience along with original research that add to the skills and feelings of shared humanity of our students, so that they can make their own global contributions, no matter their field of endeavour.

While we look out to the world, we treasure our communities and the rich human life they foster, and we always keep in mind the adage to "think globally and act locally." Our entire organisation, from teaching to research, has a contribution to make in solving the practical problems of our local communities, social, cultural, and economic. Not only in the classroom, but also by being active within the community itself. Gaining a clearer knowledge and grasp of the issues facing our communities requires not only knowledge, but also time and energy. Since 2013, in recognition of our efforts to re-vitalise our region, we have been designated by the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture as a base for its "Centre of Community" scheme. Participating in this scheme, students are brought face to face with the challenges that will help them realise their full potential.

We keep to our policy of limiting class sizes so that we can effectively instill practical skills to our students through closely supported and detailed instruction. Our teaching faculty base their teaching on our "Kibi approach" of sympathetic and careful teaching, emphasising the foundations and basics, through patient and inventive instruction.

Here on our campuses, in an academically stimulating atmosphere set in historic and culturally rich surroundings, you will be able to realize your own potential for growth and change.

I know you will treasure the time you spend with us at " Blazing Bright Kibi International University".

Please take up the "challenge to change yourself." 


Mission Statement


History

Kibi International University, KIU, was established as one of Junsei Educational Institutions at Takahashi city, Okayama prefecture in 1990. KIU has grown rapidly into the general university in the past 27 years since the founding as described below and is recognized now as one of the best private universities in the Tyugoku & Shikoku districts, west portion of Japan.

1990 Established Kibi International University (April)
1995 Established Department of Nursing, Department of Physical Therapy,
Department of Occupational Therapy, School of Health Science (April)
Established Department of Social Welfare, Department of Health Welfare,
School of Social Welfare, (April)
Established Sociology Major, Graduate School of Sociological Studies (April)
1997 Established Doctoral Program (Latter Term), Graduate School of Sociological
Studies (April)
1999 Established Social Welfare Studies Master's Program, Graduate School of Social Welfare Studies (April)
2000 Established Health Science Studies Master's Program, Graduate School of
Health Science Studies (April)
Established Department of Mental Health and Welfare, Department of Clinical Psychology, Department of Welfare and Volunteerism, School of Social Welfare
(April)
2001 Established Department of International Conservation Studies for Cultural
Properties, School of Sociology (April)
Established Social Welfare Studies Doctoral Program (Latter Term), Graduate
School of Social Welfare Studies (April)
2002 Established Social Welfare Studies Master's Program (Distance Learning),
Graduate School of Social Welfare Studies (April)
2004 Established Department of Intellectual Property Management and Department of Environmental Risk Management, School of Policy Management (April)
Established Clinical Psychology (Master's Program), Graduate School of
Clinical Psychology Studies (April)
2005 Established Master's Program, Graduate School of Conservation and
Restoration for Cultural Properties Studies (April)
Established Doctoral Program (Latter Term), Graduate School of Health Science Studies (April)
2006 Established Department of Child Welfare Services, School of Social Welfare (April)
Established Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program (Latter Term), Graduate
School of Clinical Psychology Studies (April)
Established Clinical psychology Doctoral Program (Latter Term), (Distance
Learning), Graduate School of Clinical Psychology Studies (April)
Established International Cooperation Master's Program (Distance Learning)
Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (April)
2007 Established Department of Clinical Psychology, School of Psychology by
restructuring Department of Clinical Psychology, School of Social Welfare (April)
Established Department of International Conservation Studies for Cultural
Properties, School of Cultural Properties by restructuring the Department of
International Conservation Studies for Cultural Properties, School of Sociology (April)
2008 Established Physical Therapy Master's Program (Distance Learning), Graduate School of Health Science Studies (April)
Established Intellectual Property Studies Master's Program (Distance
Learning), Graduate School of Intellectual Property Studies (April)
Established Environmental Risk Management Master's Program (Distance
Learning), Graduate School of Environmental Risk Management (April)
Established Department of Environmental Management, School of International Environmental Management by restructuring Department of Intellectual Property Environmental Management and Department of Environmental Risk Management, School of Policy Management (April)
Established Integrated Graduate School with Graduate School of Kibi
International University by changing the name of Social Welfare Studies
Doctoral Program (Latter Term), (Distance Learning) , Graduate School of Social Welfare Studies, Kyushu University of Health and Welfare (April)
2009 Established Integrated Graduate School with Graduate School of Kyushu University of Health and Welfare by changing the name of International Cooperation Master's Program (Distance Learning), Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies, Kibi International University (April)
2010 Established Occupational Therapy Master's Program (Distance Learning), Graduate School of Health Science Studies (April)
Established Psychology Master’s Program, Graduate School of Psychology Studies (April)
Established Department of Animation Cultural Studies, School of Cultural Properties (April)
Name of Graduate School of Clinical Psychology Studies was changed to School of Psychology Studies (April)
Name of Graduate School of Clinical Psychology Studies (Distance Learning) was changed to Psychology Studies (Distance Learning) (April)
Established Intensive Japanese language Program (April)
Name of Junsei Junior College was changed to Kibi International University Junior College (April)
Established Dental Beauty Program (3 year program), Department of Health and Welfare, Kibi International University Junior College (April)
2011 Name of School of Health Science was changed to School of Health Science and Social Welfare and established Department of Social Welfare, School of Health Science and Social Welfare (April)
Name of Department of Clinical Psychology, School of Psychology was changed to Department of Psychology, School of Psychology (April)
Established Department of Child Development and Education, School of Psychology (April)
Established Total Beauty Program, Department of Health and Welfare, Kibi International University Junior College (April)
2012 Established Department of Child Development and Education (Distance Learning) , Department of Psychology (April)
2013 Established Department of Agricultural Regional Vitalization, School of Agricultural Regional Vitalization (April)
Name of School of Sociology was changed to School of Social Science (April)
Established Department of Business Management and Sociology, School of Social Science (April)
2014 Established Department of Foreign Studies, School of Foreign Language Studies (April)
Established Department of Animation Culture, School of Animation Culture (April)

Location & Campus

School and Department

KIU has 6 Schools and 11 departments in 3 campuses, Takahashi-campus as the major one, Okayama-campus and Minami-awaji campus at three different locations repectively, as described below.

Takahashi Campus

Okayama Campus

Minami-Awaji Shichi Campus


Graduate School

Takahashi Campus

Distance Learning

Takahashi Campus

  • Department of Child Development and Education
  • Graduate School of Social Welfare Studies
  • Graduate School of Psychology Studies
  • Graduate School of International Cooperation and Development
  • Graduate School of Health Science Studies
  • Graduate School of Environmental Risk Management
  • Graduate School of Intellectual Property Studies

Location & Campus

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Takahashi Campus  Takahashi City (Okayama Prefecture)

Takahashi Campus

Takahashi City is an old town rich in history and tradition. Encircled by mountains, Takahashi is a long time economic, political and cultural center for the surrounding Bitchu district as well as home to Kibi International University's (KIU) main campus site. Nestling on a sheltered hillside, the extensive KIU main campus is a brief taxi ride from Bitchu-Takahashi J.R. rail station. Located atop a wooded peak and overlooking the Takahashi River, the well kept Bicchu Matsuyama castle is a truly picturesque structure and an excellent vantage point that evokes times past.


Okayama Campus  Okayama City (Okayama Prefecture)

Okayama Campus

Situated in the southern part of Okayama Prefecture, Okayama City has long been a major Sanyo Region commercial hub and population center. Close to the northern shore of Japan's Inland Sea and lying at a busy crossroads for persons and goods, Okayama City is a modern and comfortable, if surprisingly large, prefectural capital with extensive amenities. Those lacking a sure sense of direction will be pleased to read that, in contrast to many Japanese urban centers, large tracts of Okayama City are laid out in grid fashion and are easily accessible via wide, bicycle-friendly main thoroughfares. Located just a few kilometers beyond Okayama City's northern fringes, Okayama Airport is a mere 1 hour's flight-time from Tokyo's Haneda Airport. An efficient yet relaxed facility, it offers frequent flights to major cities both in Japan and overseas. Okayama's main J.R. railway station is served by frequent high-speed Shinkansen 'Bullet Trains' that will whisk you eastwards as far as Tokyo and westwards into Japan's southernmost main island of Kyushu.


Minami-Awaji Shichi Campus  Minami-Awaji (Hyogo Prefecture)

Awaji Campus

Minami-Awaji is a friendly city lying in the tranquil southern part of Awaji Island. Blessed with a benign climate and superb soils, it's an ideal location for agricultural enterprise and research. Awaji onions are renowned for their sweetness. The area benefits from its extensive links with Shikoku Island to the south which, since 1985, have been greatly facilitated by the Onaruto Suspension Bridge. A tourist attraction in its own right, this civil engineering marvel spans treacherous waters noted for their swirling currents.


Admission and Diploma policies

1) School of Social Science

Department of Business Management and Sociology

In the Department of Business Management and Sociology, students analyze various problems related to contemporary society from perspectives of business administration and sociology think about solution to them. To be concrete, they mainly learn corporate management methodologies to respond to globalization flexible and accurately. Additionally, students learn and analyze various topics regarding contemporary society, economy, politics and culture in detail in order to acquire a broader perspective. Our department is looking for students who want to be persons capable of active in the society by developing the inquiry mind and rich imagination.

Department of Sport Social Management

Regardless of capacity and proficiency levels, it is beyond doubt that the playing and enjoying of all forms of sport can help individuals recover, maintain and enhance their physical and mental health. The Department develops students with specialized knowledge and skills in sports to contribute to society. Graduates gain official certification as junior and senior high school physical education (P.E.) teachers, athletic coaches, sports business professionals, regional or private club operation professionals, and health and exercise instructors at health facilities and medical and welfare facilities. Through four years at the University, students acquire specialized knowledge and skills in sports, exercise and health as well as sociology and from the 2nd year, students choose either Sports Management Course or Sports Health Course to deepen their specialization.


2) School of Health Science and Social Welfare

Department of Nursing

The purpose of the Department is to provide nursing education and have students obtain qualifications of a nurse, a public health nurse, a school nurse and a high school teacher(nursing care) depending on each student's desire. In order to acquire such qualifications, basic academic ability is required. However, what is more important is that students need to develop kindness and empathy for people having health problems and think and act from the viewpoint of others. As nursing care requires teamwork with colleagues and other staff, cooperation is also important. Therefore, in seeking students who have an attitude and aptitude for becoming nurses, we accept students not only by an academic examination but also by a variety of examinations.

Department of Physical Therapy

A physical therapist, as a professional in charge of rehabilitation, practices team medical treatment, aiming at the recovery of functions and rehabilitation into society together with patients. The Department of Physical Therapy program focuses on developing professional "Physical Therapists." As such, we seek students who have a strong desire and dream "to become a Physical Therapist" and will make the effort to obtain that objective and also cherish relationships with people and listen to people willingly. The University also has a graduate school, where students study more advanced and professional knowledge and skills.

Department of Occupational Therapy

In order for a student to excel as an Occupational Therapist, we adhere to the principle of developing graduates who can make precise judgments and learn to take action and maintain good working relationships with others to resolve problems. In order to become a professional Occupational Therapist, it is necessary to acquire not only professional knowledge and skills but also a wide range of knowledge from natural sciences (science program) to human sciences (humanities program). For that purpose, we believe it is the most important quality for students to "open their minds to circumstances, people and study."

Department of Social Welfare

In this Department, "Welfare Practice Course" and "Certified Social Worker/Psychiatric Social Worker Course" are established to be able to help the future course of the student. And both courses assume in common missions to train the social worker challenging the solution to social problems. This Department welcomes very much all students such as persons who want to make society better by responding sensitively problems in society, and by analyzing and challenging tasks for those problem-solvings, or who are in hope of the happiness of people. Let's think together about society and the world.


3) School of Psychology

Department of Psychology

The aim of the Department of Psychology is to "equip students with specialized knowledge and skills in the field of psychology, nurture their individual strengths and to develop their characters in order to foster individuals who are resourceful, articulate and ready to contribute to the society". Human awareness and behaviors are generally understood and explained from a psychological and social perspective, we welcome students who are keen to discuss, hypothesize and analyze from a different angle, taking into consideration; senses, perceptions, memory, emotions, characters and intellect based on scientific and objective methods. And furthermore apply the knowledge and insights obtained by such methods practically to their learning and clinical practices. The Department encourage and welcome students who are eager to pursue their interests and curiosity, and who aims to develop and challenges oneself.

Department of Child Development and Education

The Department aims to develop childcare specialists and educators by objectively comprehending growth and development of individual children at childcare and education facilities, based on objective and scientific study of child development and education, and learn not only the method of directly assisting in the growth and development of children (childcare support) but also the concept and specific method of childcare support at home and in the community where children grow. In addition to the desire to play and interact with children, in order to acquire the ability to give desirable specific assistance in the growth and development of each child, we want students to actively challenge various studies and experiences to draw out and develop their ability to the maximum extent possible.


4) School of Animation Culture

Department of Animation Culture

The School of Animation Culture would like to foster the researcher of Animation Culture, the producer of animation and cartoon, and the animator. So we welcome the following types of students.

  1. Students who love the culture of animation
  2. Students who want to produce animation
  3. Students who have the abilities of pursuing various works of animation and researching them

The students should have the ability of finding his and her own way of doing by seeing animations and reading cartoons, and of making it reflect his or her work.
Before getting into our university, the students are required to see as many animations and cartoons as possible and draw any kind of picture.


5) School of Agricultural Regional Vitalization

Department of Agricultural Regional Vitalization

The School of Agricultural Regional Vitalization pursues education and research with the aim of contributing to the regional vitalization based chiefly on agriculture. We contribute to the future of agriculture and local communities, through studying in Awaji-shima Island, One of the Most Advanced Agricultural Areas in Japan.
In view of the objectives, we seek individuals with the following qualifications.

  1. Individuals who have a broad perspective and the strong desire for learning specialized knowledges and scientific techniques, extending over crops production, food processing, and food marketing, in addition to having a high sense of ethics.
  2. Individuals who are interested in the current agricultural problems in local communities and international societies.
  3. Individuals who are highly committed to advancing in the development of local communities based especially on agriculture.

POINT

The whole area of Awaji-shima Island is the field for your studying. We provide various programs to master practical skills.

  1. The educational program to learn comprehensive knowledge for the "6th Industrialization of Agriculture" (primary sector of industry×secondary sector of industry×tertiary sector of industry) to generate new added values for the local community.
  2. Development of future leaders for the regional vitalization.
  3. Practical trainings (Farm Practice, Cooperative Education in Food and Agriculture) to master professional agricultural skills.
  4. Professors famous worldwide and the latest experimental facilities.

6) School of Foreign Language Studies

Department of Foreign Studies

Reflecting Kibi International University's principal purpose, the primary objective of the School of Foreign Language Studies is to produce cultured, technically proficient and otherwise reliable, eminently employable graduates, able and keen to successfully play useful roles in an increasingly integrated world. Specifically, the School of Foreign Language Studies aims to develop appropriately confident graduates with the following attributes:

  1. advanced and effective all-round English language communication skills;
  2. accurate, up-to-date elementary knowledge of national and international realities past and present;
  3. first-hand immersive experience of university study and 'everyday life' in at least one foreign country;
  4. a sound basic understanding and appreciation of Japan's rich cultural heritage and traditions.

7) Graduate School of Sociological Studies

Graduate School of Sociological Studies focuses on the transformation of society and its accompanying intellectual challenges. Sociology is analyzing the rich variety of phenomena and social issues of modern society and its dynamic global transformation. Sociological study investigates a wide variety of social phenomena, starting from familiar events of everyday life and continuing to the background factors and the rich variety of changing situational factors. The objective is to understand and explain social phenomena.

In the doctoral course of the Graduate School of Social Sciences, since its opening in 1995 there have this far been awarded 11 sociology doctoral degrees. These have represented various fields of sociological study and a rich variety of approaches. In the master's program of the Graduate School of Social Sciences, the faculty with advanced research achievements is glad to offer their help in such fields as "comparative sociology", "Regional Sociology," "industrial sociology", "Sport Sociology" and many other thematic fields.


8) Graduate School of Health Science Studies

The contents of education and research in the health sector has complicated and sophisticated with the remarkable development of the life sciences. Graduate School of Health Science Studies fosters advanced professionals and education researchers who can have the problem-solving ability in nursing health sector or rehabilitation assistance field, and lead the health science area. The Graduate School enrolls students who have experienced at clinical setting and have a high awareness of the problem solving. Health and Welfare Institute was established thorough the 2007 private university academic research advanced propulsion business "Open Research Center Development Project". The institute has promoted research activities of graduate students.


9) Graduate School of Social Welfare Studies

The Graduate School of Social Welfare Studies aims to explore the possibilities of sustainable welfare societies in the globalizing world. In the search of happiness and well-being, it is essential to develop sound social networking and human relationships, ranging from family, neighborhood, local community to workplace. Although each of us has a different set of sociocultural attributes such as gender, ethnicity, living areas – rural or urban, mutual support for vulnerable citizens is based on functioning social network.

The Graduate School offers the Master's Degree Program that consists of theoretical part (social work and social welfare policy) and of practitioners' perspectives (responding to concrete and specific expertise). For those who hope to enhance their professional expertise, the Graduate School provides with highly competent professional education.

As admission policy, the Graduate School of Social Welfare Studies would welcome those who seek to obtain advanced insights from social welfare studies and to acquire higher competence as professional practitioners. Prospective students are expected to have keen interest in humanitarian social innovation for supporting self-reliance of those with vulnerability and with risks of social exclusion.


10) Graduate School of Psychology Studies

The Graduate School of Psychology at the Kibi International University is committed to furthering our understanding of psychological behavior and mental processes by utilizing the methods of science in both basic and clinical research. We seek to train graduate students as who have ideas and motivated to promote their academic carriers.

In the master program of Psychology, we would like to have who are interested in psychology research in order to better understand the mechanism of Cognition (memory, learning, and perception etc.) with use of psychological method.

In the master program of Clinical Psychology, we look for who are interested in becoming a clinical psychologist to advance scientific knowledge (Cognition, Neuroscience, Clinical, and Social Psychology) and to find solutions for human psychological problems.

In the doctor program of Psychology, we seek people who would like to develop comprehensive knowledge, and establish a research project in psychology field.

Curriculum

School of Social Sciences


School of Health Science and Social Welfare


School of Psychology


School of Animation Culture


School of Agricultural Regional Vitalization


School of Foreign Language Studies


Graduate School of Sociological Studies


Graduate School of Health Science Studies


Graduate School of Social Welfare Studies


Graduate School of Psychology Studies


Graduate School of Conservation and Restoration for Cultural Properties Studies


International Exchange

Student Exchange and Study Abroad Program

JEI's exchange programs allow the students of KIU to study abroad at one of our numerous partner universities for periods ranging from 7 days to 12 months, depending on applicant needs and preferences. Exchange partners are carefully selected and regularly audited. Having concluded exchange agreements with more than 60 universities worldwide, JEI is able to offer its students a wide choice of high-quality exchange destinations and substantial flexibility regarding departure dates.

Studying abroad as an exchange student has innumerable benefits and is therefore strongly encouraged at JEI. JEI exchange program students enjoy intellectually and spiritually rewarding study trips overseas that allow them to establish and strengthen international friendships, further improve their foreign language skills, build self-confidence and greatly expand their knowledge of the world beyond Japan's shores.

Partner Institutions

Europe

United Kingdom (U.K.)
  • University of Sunderland
  • University of Derby
Austria
  • The University of Art and Design Linz
  • Johannes Kepler University of Linz
Belgium
  • Ghent Royal Academy of Arts
Poland
  • Nicolaus Copernicus University
Germany
  • SRH University of Applied Sciences Heidelberg
France
  • EAC Group-Business School of Arts, Culture & Luxury
Russia
  • State Academic University for the Humanities
Lithuania
  • Siauliai University
Georgia
  • Caucasua University
  • Shota Rustaveli Theater and Film Georgia State University
  • Tbilisi State Academy of Arts
  • Georgian Institute of Public Affairs
Netherlands
  • Hanze University of Applied Sciences
  • The Hague University of Appried Sciences
Ireland
  • Mary Immaculate College

North America

United States (U.S.A)
  • Wright State University
  • The University of Findlay
  • University of Hawaii
  • University of Hawaii at Hilo
  • Cape Cod Community College
  • Տhenandoah University
  • The University of Guam
  • New Jersey City University
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Canada
  • Mohawk College
  • College of New Caledonia
United Mexican States
  • Universidad Internacional

South America

Brazil
  • Pontifical Catholic University of Parana
  • Federal University of Parana
Ecuador
  • Universidad Internacional del Ecuador

Asia

China
  • Yunnan University
  • Sun yat-sen University
  • Henan University of Science and Technology
  • Huanggang Normal University
  • College of Foreign Language & International Studies, Hunan University
  • Sichuan Normal University Chengdu College
Taiwan
  • Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology
  • Toko University
  • Daojiang High School of Commerce
  • Yu Da College of Business
  • National Taiwan University of Arts
  • Chihlee University of Technology
Singapore
  • Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Vietnam
  • Foreign Trade University
India
  • Karve Institute of Social Services
South Korea
  • Kyung il Educational Institution
  • Inje University
  • Kumyong Educational Foundation
  • Hacksan Educational Foundation / Dong Seoul College
  • Cheongseok Academic Foundation
  • Incheon City College
  • Sunshim Educational Foundation
  • Cheju Tourism College
  • Yeojoo Institute of Technology
  • Hoseo University
  • Busan College of Information Technology
  • Seoil College
  • Kangwon National University
  • Hallym College
  • Gyung Nam Animation High School
  • Osan University
  • Busan University of Foreign Studies
Philippines
  • University of the Philippines Los Baños
  • De La Salle Health Sciences Institute
  • Angeles University Foundation
Thailand
  • Chulalongkorn University
  • Thammasat University
  • Ratchasuda College
  • King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok
Indonesia
  • Dian Nuswantoro University

Address and Phone Number

Takahashi Campus Okayama Campus Minami-Awaji Shichi Campus
8 Igamachi,
Takahashi City, Okayama,
716-8508, JAPAN
5-5, Okuda-Nishimachi,
Kitaku, Okayama,
700-0933, JAPAN
370-1, Shichi Sareo,
Minami-Awaji City, Hyogo,
656-0484, JAPAN
Contact Information
e-mail: koho@kiui.ac.jp
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