Our Graduate School started in 1953 with two departments, Law and Economics.
In the half-century since then, a large number of talented people have graduated and gone on to
excel in judicial and economic circles and in other fields.
The Graduate School now consists of 8 departments and 11 sections. Using 3
campuses, we are building an educational system extending to Graduate School
across all the study fields offered at Aichi University at undergraduate level.
In order to meet society's need for individuals with advanced knowledge, Aichi
University is committed to producing a large number of graduates with doctoral
degrees. Following the Department of Business
Administration’s refresher course for adults that was added in April 2002 and
the Graduate School of Law (Law School) that opened in April 2004, a new
Graduate School of Accounting (Accounting School) designed to foster individuals with
accounting knowledge opened in April 2006.The International Center for Chinese Studies(ICCS), selected for the
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology's COE program,
has introduced the world's first experimental dual degree course to be offered
by a liberal arts university. In addition to its traditional role of fostering
researchers, Aichi University is hard at work training specialists with the
advanced knowledge demanded by our new era.
Features of Graduate School:
*Instruction is in Japanese.
- Earn two degrees from Japanese and Chinese graduate schools.
ICCS was established as a global research and educational institution in
contemporary Chinese studies.
A dual degree program is offered as part of the second term of Aichi
University Graduate School's Department of Chinese Studies doctoral program.
Provided as part of the ICCS's research and education program, the program
allows students to work towards earning two degrees from two graduate schools,
one in Japan and one in China. This course requires participation in the China
study abroad program.
- Graduate School of Law (Law School)
As the liberal arts university in the Chubu region with the longest tradition,
Aichi University graduates the most applicants passing the bar examination of
any private Universities in that region. In April 2004, the school used
this record of achievement to open the Law School on its renovated Kurumamichi
campus. In addition to a convenient location that makes commuting to classes
easy, the campus features an engaging learning environment complete in both
facilities and content, with law classrooms, a fully stocked Law School
library, and a well developed curriculum and instructional staff. The new
school is committed to training legal professionals who can contribute to
their local communities and corporate legal specialists with an international
(1) Graduate Programs at Kurumamichi Campus
(2) Graduate Programs at Toyohashi Campus
D : Doctoral course
M : Master's course
P : Professional degree course