Kyoto University of Foreign Studies

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Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
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Motto Latin: Pax Mundi per Linguas
(World Peace through Language)
Established May, 1945
Type Private university
Chancellor Yoshikazu Morita
President Takeshi Matsuda
Undergraduates 4445
Postgraduates 97
Location Ukyō-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan
Website http://www.kufs.ac.jp/en/index.html

Kyoto University of Foreign Studies (京都外国語大学 Kyōto gaikokugo daigaku?), also known as KUFS, is a foreign language university in Kyoto, Japan. Kyoto Junior College of Foreign Languages is attached to this university. KUFS specializes in 8 languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Chinese, Italian, Japanese, and Global Affairs.

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Academic Departments[edit]

There are 8 specialized language departments under Faculty of Foreign Studies in addition to *a course in Japanese studies for overseas students.

Coordinates: 35°0′15.5″N 135°43′9.1″E / 35.004306°N 135.719194°E / 35.004306; 135.719194