Bunkyo Gakuin College
|Bunkyo Gakuin College|
|Location||Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan|
It was set up as a women's junior college in 1963, and became coeducational in 2006. After a new schoolhouse had been built to Ōi, Saitama (at present Fujimino, Saitama), it became three systems of the subject in 1982. It became a single department junior college again in April 1997.
Department and Graduate Course
- Department of English
- Second class License for junior high school teacher (subject: English) was put as a teacher-training before.
The Hongō campus is located just up the street from the University of Tokyo. It is directly outside Exit #2 of Tōdaimae Station on the Tokyo Metro Namboku Line. It is about a 10-minute walk from Hakusan Station on the Toei Mita Line and about a 10-minute walk from Nezu Station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line.
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