Matsuyama University

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Matsuyama University
Main gate
Type Private
Established 1949[1]
President Hiroyuki Murakami
Location Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan
Website Official website

Matsuyama University (松山大学, Matsuyama daigaku) is a private university in Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture, Japan. The predecessor of the school was founded in 1923, and it was chartered as a university in 1949. The present name was adopted in 1989.[1] Shiho Ochi and Kōichi Tabo of Superfly are alumni.[2]



  • Economics
  • Business Administration
  • Humanities
    • English Department
    • Sociology Department
  • Law

Graduate courses[edit]

  • Economics
  • Business Administration
  • Language Communication
  • Sociology
  • Clinical Pharmacy

Matsuyama University also offers a six-year program through College of Pharmaceutical Sciences. In addition, evening classes are taught through Matsuyama Junior College's Commercial Department.[3]


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Coordinates: 33°51′21″N 132°46′01″E / 33.8558°N 132.767°E / 33.8558; 132.767