Academics

Features

  • An Information-Poor Country

    An Information-Poor Country

    Hisamichi Yamazaki
    Professor, Faculty of Letters, Chuo University
    Area of Specialization: Library and information Science

 

Faculties

In the 130 years since its founding as the English Law School, Chuo University has evolved into one of the most prestigious universities in Japan, with six faculties, eight graduate schools, and three professional graduate schools, in addition to nine research institutes, and it has produced a great number of outstanding graduates.

Even so, Chuo is not content to rest on its long tradition and numerous achievements, but is constantly striving to revise and improve its faculties and departments and to update its curriculum in response to the trends of the time.