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Gunma University History
Gunma University also known as GU, Gundai or Gaunma Daigaku is a Japanese university located in Maebashi City in Gunma Prefecture. The university was established in 1949 after Maebashi College of Medical Science, Gunma Youth Normal School, Gunma Normal School, and Kiryu Technical College were merged. Today, the university enrolls over 6400 students.
Gunma University Programs, Courses, and Schools
Gunma University is home to four faculties, four graduate schools, and seven research institutes offering a wide range of programs at undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels. At the undergraduate level, the university offers programs in Education, Medicine, Engineering, and Social and Information Studies.
Gunma University offers similar courses at the graduate level in its four graduate schools. The Biosignal Genome Resource Center, Heavy Ion Medical Center, Advanced Technology Research Center, Innovative Center for Cooperative Research, and Center for Material Research by Instrumental Analysis cater to research and academic communities.