Japanese Red Cross College of Nursing

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Japanese Red Cross College of Nursing
日本赤十字看護大学
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Japanese Red Cross College of Nursing
Type Private university
Location Hiroo, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
Campus Hiroo Campus
35°39′11.4″N 139°43′8.1″E / 35.653167°N 139.718917°E / 35.653167; 139.718917
Musashino Campus
35°41′43.5″N 139°32′55.4″E / 35.695417°N 139.548722°E / 35.695417; 139.548722
Website http://www.redcross.ac.jp/english/index.html

Japanese Red Cross College of Nursing (日本赤十字看護大学, Nihon sekijūji kango daigaku?) is a private university in Hiroo, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan with an auxiliary suburban campus in Musashino, Tokyo.

History[edit]

Nursing education was started at the Japanese Red Cross Hospital in 1890. And The Japanese Red Cross Junior College for Women was established in 1954.

Undergraduate Schools[edit]

  • Faculty of Nursing (With the start of a four-year curriculum in 1986)

Graduate Schools[edit]

  • Masterʼs Program in Nursing (Master's program was started in 1993)
  • Doctoral Program (The Doctor's program was started in 1995)
Emblem of Red cross

Affiliates of the University[edit]

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