Sophia University is a private Jesuit research university in Japan, located near Yotsuaya Station in an area of Tokyo’s Chiyoda Ward. It is ranked as one of the top private universities in Japan, with a wide range of English course offerings. It takes its name from Sophia meaning “wisdom”, and has a strong focus on the liberal arts and global engagement. Sophia University also offers students dedicated Japanese language instruction. The campus hosts around 12,000 full-time students.
Number of Spots for Yale-NUS Students per semester: 2
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Fields of Study
Yale-NUS students are free to take any Sophia University courses as long they meet the required prerequisites. The most updated course catalog may be found here.
Language of Instruction
Japanese and English
Spring semester: Apr. – Jul.
Fall semester: Sep. – Jan.
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