Kamakura Women’s University

Kamakura Women’s University

country rank: 527
world rank: 7367

University Overview

Kamakura Women’s University, founded in 1943, is a private higher-education school in Kanagawa’s tiny city of Kamakura (population range of 50,000-249,999). Kamakura Women’s University is a women-only Japanese higher education school that is officially recognized by Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology. Kamakura Women’s University provides a variety of courses and programs that lead to legally recognized higher education degrees such as bachelor’s degrees in a variety of fields. For further information, see the degree levels and fields of study matrix below from Topuniversitieslist. Students from all around the world are invited to apply for admission. Students at Kamakura Women’s University have access to a variety of academic and non-academic facilities and services, including a library and administrative services.

University Identity

Founded 1943

University Location

Address 1420 Iwase Kamakura 247-8511 Kanagawa Japan
Tel +81 (467) 44 2111
Fax +81

Yearly Tuition Range

Undergraduate Postgraduate
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University Admissions

Gender Women Only
International Students Yes, international applicants are welcome to apply for admission
Selection Type Not reported
Admission Rate Not reported

Size and Profile

Student Enrollment Not reported
Academic Staff Not reported
Control Type Private
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Academic Calendar Not reported
Campus Setting Not reported
Religious Affiliation None

Facilities and Services

Library Yes
Housing Not reported
Sport Facilities Not reported
Financial Aids Not reported
Study Abroad Not reported
Distance Learning Not reported
Academic Counseling Not reported
Career Services Not reported
Institutional Hospital Not reported


Memberships and Affiliations

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