From Tekijuku to World Tekijuku

With roots reaching back to Tekijuku, a “place of learning” in 1838, Osaka University has embarked on policies that will make it a “place of learning” for citizens of the world.

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Worldwide Network

A Worldwide Network links Osaka University with universities, laboratories, and centers around the globe.

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World Rankings

Scholarship at Osaka University is historically rooted in a spirit of independent inquiry.

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Osaka University: Facts & Figures

Osaka University’s student-to-teacher ratio is roughly 7:1

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Prizes

Japan’s first Nobel Laureate served a researcher and professor at Osaka University.

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Getting Involved & Living in Osaka

Osaka’s citizens are open and friendly. The Osaka area is a great place to live in the midst of the modern and traditional.

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