TIUA was established in Salem, Oregon, in 1989. In cooperation with the adjacent Willamette University, one of our sister universities, TIUA provides the TIU Studyin America Program. All the classes are held in student participatory style, and the students attend 4 to 5 classes daily, while their language skills are improved intensively during the spring quarter, so they can follow classes taught in English. Subsequently, during the summer and following semesters, they select and study various subjects according to their interest, deepening their understanding of American culture, politics and economics. They can also use the facilities of the Willamette University, such as the cafeteria, library, and gymnasium.
Willamette University was established in 1842 and as the name "Willamette" ("green river" in native American language) suggests, the university is located in a wonderful educational environment. The university has been TIU's sister university since its establishment in 1965 and also focuses on study in Japan, carrying out fieldwork based on TIU. Capitalizing on the advantage of its status as a small-scale university with 2,300 students, tuition is administered meticulously. It was ranked 65th overall among liberal arts universities in the national university rankings in 2007.
The Kyung Hee University, which was established in 1952, is a private university with 17 graduate schools and 100 departments in 25 schools. It consists of the Seoul Campus, which includes literature, law, politics and economics, medical, and art departments, the Suwon Campus, which has foreign languages, physical education, and engineering departments, and Kwangnung Campus, surrounded by beautiful nature. The university also has various affiliated organizations such as hospitals and museums.
The Southern Oregon University was founded in 1869 in Ashland; located in the southernmost part of Oregon state. The vast 175-acre campus holds various departments specializing in humanities, mathematics, management, social science, psychology, library science, and others. The university's motto is small group education, as in TIU, and since it adopts a quarterly term system, you can start learning in April.
Mount Ida College, which was established in Newton, Massachusetts, in 1899, offers more than 25 specialized courses, including hotel/tourism management, fashion, graphic/interior design, and sports management for approximately 1,300 students. Boston is famous for its historical buildings, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Boston Red Sox.
Founded in 1866, Towson University is recognized among the nation’s best regional public universities, offering more than 100 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs in the liberal arts and sciences, and applied professional fields.
The University of Arizona, which was founded in 1885, is a large university with an international atmosphere, where 2,600 students out of the total of 37,000 come from overseas. Eleven departments, 12 master's courses, and 3 doctoral courses are available, while the western-style campus also features a state museum that gives you exposure to native American cultures.
The University of Victoria was established in 1963 in Victoria, provincial capital of British Columbia. The university, one of the top ten medium-scale universities in Canada, enrolls 17,000 students and of the various programs offered, business, natural sciences, engineering, economics, and art programs in particular enjoy a well-deserved reputation, on a global as well as North American basis.
of Sweden. It includes departments of business and commerce, sociology, computer information science, engineering, human studies, education, and health and welfare. The university is one of the student communication hubs within the EU.
The University of Bath, which was established in 1966 and enrolls 10,000 students, is one of the top notch universities in the U.K. The 200-acre campus, which extends on a hill within suburban Bath, an area registered as a world cultural heritage site by UNESCO, includes departments of engineering, human studies, social science, natural science and business anagement, etc.
The Universitat Konstanz, which was established in 1966 in the ancient city of Konstanz where famous Renaissance buildings are scattered, includes departments of mathematics, physics, sociology, biology, economics and statistics, public administration, law, and philosophy. The university has the same educational policy of focusing on conversation with students under a seminar system as the TIU.
The Shanxi University was established in 1902 in an ancient city of Taiyuan, the cultural and economic center of Shanxi province and famous for sites of natural beauty and historic interest, such as Yungang Grottoes in Wutaishan and Datong. The university, consisting of 36 departments in 16 schools and with approximately 6,000 students, also focuses on exchange with overseas universities in the U.S.A., Canada, the U.K., Japan and other countries.
The Chinese Culture University, located in Yangmingshan, Taipei, Taiwan, and established in 1962, is one of the best national universities and home to over 20,000 students. The 20-ha campus, comprising 18 university buildings, has various departments specializing in literature, law, agriculture, engineering, business and commerce, etc.
The Griffith University is a state university established in 1971 in Brisbane, the third largest city in Australia and the provincial capital of Queensland. The 5 campuses located in the outskirts of the city, the Gold Coast, and elsewhere incorporate 10 departments, including business and commerce, linguistics, and environmental science. Approximately 33,000 students learn there.
The university was established 4 years ago in Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. It is the fi rst private university in Vietnam. It includes various kinds of schools such as school of economics, foreign language, tourism, and architecture. The fresh atmosphere of this newly founded university attracts many students.