Tokushima Bunri University
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|Tokushima Bunri University|
Tokushima Bunri Daigaku
|Location||Tokushima, Tokushima, Japan|
In 1895, Sai Murasaki founded a private vocational school. In 1966, "Tokushima Women's University" was founded. In 1972, "Tokushima Women`s University" was renamed "Tokushima Bunri University".
In 1983, Tokushima Bunri University Kagawa Campus opens.
After several years of exchanges between Tokushima Bunri University and the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, in 2000 a formal agreement was signed. One result is that professors from Vienna now come to Bunri to offer summer and winter cooperative seminars.
- Pharmaceutical Science
- Pharmaceutical Science at Kagawa Campus
- Human Life Sciences
- Policy Studies
- Junior College
|Canada||Vancouver Community College||1988|
|United States||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||1995|
|United States||Indiana University||1998|
|Vietnam||Vietnam National University, Hanoi||1999|
|Austria||University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna||2000|
|United States||Shenandoah University||2000|
|Hong Kong||University of Hong Kong||2003|
|South Korea||Dankook University||2004|
|Hong Kong||City University of Hong Kong||2005|
|Slovenia||Jožef Stefan Institute||2005|
|Italy||University of Pavia||2006|
- Hiroyuki Nagao-kayaker, 2008 Summer Olympics representative of Japan
- Michael Frischenschlager-Violinist, former president of University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, emeritus professor of Bunri University
- Giuseppe Mariotti-pianist, Tokushima Bunri University at Professor.
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