Japanese Red Cross Toyota College of Nursing

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Japanese Red Cross Toyota College of Nursing
日本赤十字豊田看護大学
Motto 人間を救うのは、人間だ。
Motto in English
Together, for Humanity
Type Private
Established 1941 (1941)
Location Toyota, Aichi, Japan
35°06′10″N 137°07′10″E / 35.1027°N 137.1194°E / 35.1027; 137.1194Coordinates: 35°06′10″N 137°07′10″E / 35.1027°N 137.1194°E / 35.1027; 137.1194
Website www.rctoyota.ac.jp (in Japanese)

Japanese Red Cross Toyota College of Nursing (日本赤十字豊田看護大学?, Nihon sekijūji toyota kango daigaku) is a private university in Toyota, Aichi, Japan. The predecessor of the school, a training school for nurses, was founded in 1941. It was chartered in 1989 as a women's junior college called Japan Red Cross Aichi Junior College of Nursing. In 1997 it became coeducational. In 2004 it became a four-year college, adopting the present name at the same time.

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