St. Catherine University (Japan)

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St. Catherine's University
Type Private
Established 1988[1]
President Jovino San Miguel[2]
Location Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan
Website Official website

St. Catherine University (聖カタリナ大学?, Sei katarina daigaku) is a private university in Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan. It was established first as a women's junior college in 1966 and became a women's four-year university in 1988. It became a co-educational university in 2004.[1] St. Catherine Junior College is attached to the university.


  • Department of Social Work
  • Department of Health and Welfare Management
  • Department of Human and Social Sciences

In addition, St. Catherine Junior College's Department of Early Childhood Education and Care awards licenses and certifications to become a pre-school teacher, a nursery school teacher, a recreation instructor, or a social work officer.[3]


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