Registered International students

China

195

Vietnam

31

Myanmar

4

Korea

3

Taiwan

3

Mongolia

2

Indonesia

1

Nepal

1

Subjects

  • Department of Management

  • Department of Event Production

Department of Management

Students learn theories and applications of business concepts.

The Department of Management provides a foundation of knowledge that encompasses business activities.
Running a company requires not just concepts for everyday company operations, but other knowledge as well such as economic and legal frameworks for businesses, mindsets of employees and customers, and product marketing and sales.
This knowledge will prove useful to students in a future job at any company.

Department of Event Production

Events are activities that stimulate our society.

With so many things to do and try in our world today, people are seeking out surprises and excitement.
Event production is a field where students learn how to provide events that are exciting experiences which create new values and places for interaction.
The creation of this department, Japan’s first to focus on the study of event production, provides a program where students experience the “creation of things and ideas” in a diverse array of fields such as regional and tourism industry promotion, festivals, and conventions to obtain the knowledge and know-how necessary for producing events.
The events industry and companies and organizations are showing interest in this department’s activities, especially with the upcoming Tokyo Olympics in 2020.

Student life support

Support from Faculty and Staff

Student life at Tokyo Fuji University is supported by supervising faculty and the staff of the Student Support Office. Students can approach them with any concerns they have about their studies or their daily lives.

Scholarship Programs

The TFU Scholarship is Tokyo Fuji University’s own scholarship program. Students that meet the following criteria may apply.

Special Scholarship B: Score of 300 points or more on the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU), or acquisition of Level N1 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT)

Special Scholarship C: Score of 250 points or more on the EJU, or acquisition of Level N2 of the JLPT

  • Depending on the results of screening such as interviews, TFU Scholarship applicants may not be awarded Special Scholarship even if they fulfill the above criteria.

Address

Train. Bus

  • Take the JR Yamanote line to Takadanobaba Station and then walk 3-minutes

  • Take the Seibu Shinjuku line to Takadanobaba Station and then walk 3-minutes

  • Take the Tokyo Metro Tozai line the Takadanobaba Station and then walk 3-minutes

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