Kagoshima University History
Kagoshima University is a Japanese university located in Kagoshima, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. The university was established in the year 1949 after the merger of Seventh Higher School, Kagoshima College of Agriculture and Forestry, and Kagoshima College of Fisheries. The university’s origin lies in HangakuZoshikan School, which was established in 1773.
Kagoshima University Programs, Courses, and Schools
Kagoshima University offers courses and programs in Law, Economics, Humanities, Education, Science, Medicine, Dentistry, Engineering, Agriculture, Fisheries, and Veterinary Medicine.
Kagoshima University’s research centres such as Research Centre for the Pacific Islands, Computing and Communications Centre, Centre for Advanced Biomedical Science and Swine Research, Research Centre for Archaeology, and Kagoshima University Innovation Centre cater to the academic and research community in the area.
Kagoshima University Campuses
Kagoshima University has its primary campus in the city of Kagoshima in Japan. The university also runs Information Centres in San Jose, California, USA and other one in Tokyo, Japan. The university offers a Health Centre, Residence Halls, Dining Halls, Bookstores, and Student clubs on-campus.
Kagoshima University has extensive sports facilities on-campus which include athletics sports stadium, baseball and handball grounds, badminton courts, tennis courts, swimming pool, boat houses, and yacht house. The Ibusuki Experimental Botanical Garden is a garden located in the town of Ju-Cho which contains useful plants of tropical and subtropical origin for student education and genetic conservation.
Kagoshima University Achievements
Kagoshima University has established the Academic Network on Adaptation to Changing Environment. The university is at the forefront of research and development activities pertaining to agriculture, livestock, fisheries, environment, and Pacific islands.
Kagoshima University is highly reputed for conducting workshops, seminars, and designing courses aimed at enhancing production from Fisheries and Sustainability. The training Course in Coastal Fishing Technique for Sustainable Resource Use attracts researchers from Jamaica, Western Samoa, Philippines, Peru, and the Solomon Islands.
Kagoshima University USP
Kagoshima University has an acceptance rate of 43% and the tuition fee is quite affordable as compared to western universities. The cost of living in Kagoshima is also much lower than living in bigger cities like Tokyo, Osaka, or Yokohama.
Kagoshima University also runs various international partner projects to strengthen its research and development capacity and output. These programs are in partnership with various countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, China, Vietnam, Korea, Thailand, the Philippines, and France.
Kagoshima University Notable Alumni
Kazuo Inamori (Japanese philanthropist), Yuri Harada (Musical artist), KamejiroSenaga (Politician), and Nurul Taufiqu Rochman (Chairman of Indonesian Society for Nanotechnology
Kagoshima University Application Requirements
Kagoshima University Cost of studies
Undergraduate: JPY 535,800
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Kagoshima University Deadlines
Bachelors: Deadlines may vary
Masters: 21 September, 7 December
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
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