International Christian University

Global Influence
University in Tokyo

About International Christian University

According to Wikipedia, International Christian University is a non-denominational private university located in Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan, commonly known as ICU. With the efforts of Prince Takamatsu, General Douglas MacArthur, and BOJ President Hisato Ichimada, ICU was established in 1949 as the first liberal arts college in Japan. Currently the university offers 31 undergraduate majors and a graduate school. The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology selected ICU as one of the 37 schools for The Top Global University Project in 2014.

International Christian University's Online Degrees

What Is International Christian University Known For?

International Christian University is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:

International Christian University's Top Areas of Influence With Degrees Offered

Who Are International Christian University's Most Influential Alumni?

International Christian University's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Religious Studies, Political Science, and Economics. Here are some of International Christian University's most famous alumni:

Hirotaka Takeuchi
Hirotaka Takeuchi
A Japanese business academic.
Hiroaki Kitano
Hiroaki Kitano
A Japanese scientist.
Frederik L. Schodt
An American translator, interpreter and writer.
Tomoko Masuzawa
An American philosopher.
Toyohiro Akiyama
Toyohiro Akiyama
A First Japanese astronaut.
Jonathan Schell
Jonathan Schell
An American author .
Takeshi Amemiya
An Economist.
Oriza Hirata
Oriza Hirata
A Japanese writer and director.
Jay Rockefeller
An American politician.
Kazuko Yokoo
A Japanese judge.
Tsutomu Nishioka
A Japanese critic.
Princess Kako of Akishino
A Japanese princess. Princess Kako of Akishino is second daughter of Fumihito, Crown Prince of Japan, and Kiko, Crown Princess of Japan.

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