Chubu University

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Not to be confused with Joongbu University.
Chubu University
中部大学
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Established 1938 (1938)
Type Private
Location Kasugai, Aichi, Japan
35°16′27″N 137°00′58″E / 35.2742°N 137.016°E / 35.2742; 137.016Coordinates: 35°16′27″N 137°00′58″E / 35.2742°N 137.016°E / 35.2742; 137.016
Website www.chubu.ac.jp/english/index.html

Chubu University (中部大学 Chūbu Daigaku?) is located in Kasugai, Aichi, Japan. It was founded in 1938 by Kohei Miura, originally a professor at Nagoya Institute of Technology. Masters courses were added in 1971, and Doctoral courses in 1973.

The school has courses in many disciplines in both the humanities and the sciences.

The university has a number of affiliations with foreign schools, including Universiti Sains Malaysia, Longwood University (United States), Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (Australia), University of Newcastle (Australia), University of Essex (U.K.), Ohio University (United States), West Virginia University (United States), Wonkwang University (South Korea), and Harbin Institute of Technology (China).

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