About J. F. Oberlin University

Basic Information

J. F. Oberlin University has nearly 9,000 students, including graduate students and students from overseas. Every year we have about 550 foreign students enrolled at the university. We have over 140 partner schools in more than twenty countries and regions around the world. Our Japanese students acquire practical experience through a variety of programs, including not only language study and academic exchange programs but also volunteer programs and internship opportunities. The university has established five overseas offices to carry out various activities in international exchange and to support students studying abroad.

The university’s main campus is in Machida, a suburb of Tokyo, and we have two branch campuses: one near Fuchinobe Station in the city of Sagamihara, Kanagawa Prefecture, and the other in Sendagaya, in the center of Tokyo. In addition we have research facilities off campus with lodging accommodations at Tama Academy Hills and Izu Kogen Club.

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