Heian Jogakuin University

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Heian Jogakuin University
Type Private
Established Founded 1875,
Chartered 1950
President Keiichiro Yamaoka-Ceo
Location Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan
Campus Kyoto City and Takatsuki City
Website www.heian.ac.jp

Heian Jogakuin University[1] (平安女学院大学?, Heian jogakuin daigaku) also known at St. Agnes' University, is a private women's college with campuses in Kyoto, Kyoto and Takatsuki, Osaka in Japan.

The university's foundation history can be traced through the establishment of St. Agnes' School to 1875. The university received its official charter as an accredited four year university in 2000. The university is an affiliated educational institution of the Nippon Sei Ko Kai, the province of the Anglican Communion in Japan.


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Coordinates: 35°1′10.76″N 135°45′29.99″E / 35.0196556°N 135.7583306°E / 35.0196556; 135.7583306