In 1949, Osaka Technical College (founded in 1925) merged with Osaka Science and Engineering University (founded in 1943) to establish Kindai University. Over the past 90 years, we have created a comprehensive educational organization with a growing reputation.
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The mission of the Career Center is to help enable students to achieve their individual career goals. We offer a wide range of support services, including assistance in drafting cover letters, organizing resumes, and relevant job-search advice. We can also provide career guidance to international students on a regular basis.
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There are no dormitories, but there are many rental housing near the university. Please contact the Global Education Center and the Student Affairs Division of the Student Affairs Department for information.
The Central Library provides the latest in library services, and boasts approximately 1.5 million books, 13,000 journals/magazines, 50,000 electronic journals and e-books, and a database to support our 650,000 annual users. The Central Library is located at the Higashiosaka Campus, and we have libraries at other campuses as well.
Kindai University has campuses across Japan, from Hokkaido in the north to Kagoshima in the south. Higashiosaka City, in Osaka Prefecture, is home to our main campus. Each of the university’s campuses is strongly involved with local communities, with research facilities opening in regions appropriate to the specific area of research.
Kindai University has nearly 300 clubs and interest groups (known as “circles”) to enhance students’ overall university experience.They range from varsity athletic teams ranked amongst the highest in Japan, to circles that let students pursue various cultural interests.Introduced here are sports clubs that have achieved outstanding results and clubs that focus on traditional Japanese culture.
All of the university’s academic programs are fully accredited by Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology as well as by the National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Evaluation.
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