• Established in Tokyo in June 1982 as the Japan campus of Temple University, a U.S.-based comprehensive public research university located in Pennsylvania.
  • Designated a Foreign University, Japan Campus by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in February 2005.
  • Average Undergraduate Class Size:
    19 students

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 At a Glance 2021 (PDF: 799KB) 

Enrollment by Program

Degree Programs

Undergraduate Program 1,341
Executive MBA Program 14
Master in Management 5
Beasley School of Law 77
Graduate College of Education 143
Boyer College of Music and Dance (Music Therapy) 2
Degree Programs Total 1,582

Non-degree Programs

Academic English Program 130
Continuing Education 615
Corporate Education
Annual number of corporate employees trained
English training program for educational organizations
(Annual participants)
Non-degree Programs Total 2,015

Note:  The numbers stated here represent the highest enrollment for each program out of the three semesters during 2020 unless otherwise noted.

Number of Faculty and Staff

Faculty (Excluding Corporate Education)

Faculty Total 206


Staff Total 128

Nationality of Students and Faculty

Note:  The data shown below are from At a Glance 2021.

Undergraduate Program
Graduate College of Education
Master in Management
Beasley School of Law

Partner Institutions

Academic Institutions

Name of Partner Institutions Date Related Links
Musashi University and Musashi Senior & Junior High School (Japan) April 2009


Miyagi University (Japan) December 2013


Hong Kong Baptist University (Hong Kong), School of Communication April 2014

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Toyo University (Japan), Faculty of Global and Regional Studies and Faculty of International Tourism Management (formerly Faculty of Regional Development Studies) April 2014


Meiji University (Japan), School of Arts and Letters May 2014


National Taipei University (Taiwan) May 2014


Showa Women's University (Japan) June 2016



Name of Partner Institutions Date Related Links
Setagaya City August 2019 News 
Minato City May 2006