Study in Osaka
An Ideal Environment for Learning and Living
Japan’s Cultural and Historical Center
The Kinki region, comprising the seven prefectures of Osaka, Kyoto, Mie, Shiga, Nara, Wakayama, and Hyogo, is located slightly west of Japan’s geographical center. For many years, it flourished as the heart of Japan’s government, culture, and trade and boasts a long history and rich traditional culture. Besides the ancient capitals of Kyoto and Nara, other attractive cities include Osaka—one of Japan’s largest metropolitan areas after Tokyo—and Kobe, a vibrant and scenic port. Flanked by the Sea of Japan and the Pacific Ocean, and boasting natural wonders like Lake Biwa—Japan’s largest lake—and numerous mountains, the Kinki region attracts people from around the world.
Convenient, Vibrant Location
Osaka Seikei University, Osaka Seikei College, Osaka Seikei Girls’ High School, and Komichi Kindergarten are located in Higashiyodogawa-ku, in the northeast of Osaka City between two large rivers, the Yodogawa and the Kanzakigawa. It is easy to get to and from, with a network of nearby train lines offering convenient access to major stations like Osaka Station and Kyoto Station. There are numerous other universities not far away, so the area and its environs are home to a vibrant youth culture that includes many overseas students.
Furthermore, Osaka Seikei Gakuen enjoys close ties to local governments in Osaka, Kyoto, and other cities, and companies in the region, so students often visit these partners as part of their locally themed class assignments. Osaka Seikei Gakuen also strives to be a good citizen by holding community exchange events and lectures open to the public.
Osaka Seikei Gakuen offers the ideal setting for fruitful learning and a vibrant campus life.