About KGU

Five reasons to study at KGU

Since its foundation in 1942, Kumamoto Gakuen Universtity has a long history of active participation in international exchange. This history gives us the experience to respond to your needs and help you get the most out of your exchange experience.

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About KGU


KGU is located in the heart of Kumamoto City, the capital of Kumamoto Prefecture, in the middle of Kyushu. In April 2012, Kumamoto City became an ordinance-designated city. With the opening of the new Kyushu Shinkansen (bullet train) line, Fukuoka, the largest city in Kyushu, is even more accesible. Living costs are cheaper compared to bigger cities like Tokyo or Osaka but Kumamoto has many of the amenities of a larger city.