Tokyo International University

Campus 1, Tokyo International University
Tokyo International University

TIUA campus at Willamette University
Type Private university
Established 1965
Location Kawagoe, Saitama, Japan
Campus Campus 1
35°55′36.9″N 139°26′20.6″E / 35.926917°N 139.439056°E / 35.926917; 139.439056
Campus 2
35°55′12.8″N 139°26′42.2″E / 35.920222°N 139.445056°E / 35.920222; 139.445056
Sakado Campus
35°55′55.5″N 139°21′12.4″E / 35.932083°N 139.353444°E / 35.932083; 139.353444
American campus
44°55′59.5″N 123°01′37.8″W / 44.933194°N 123.027167°W / 44.933194; -123.027167

Tokyo International University (東京国際大学 Tōkyō Kokusai daigaku) is an institution of higher learning with a strong international focus, with a satellite (or affiliated) campus (Tokyo International University of America (TIUA) at Willamette University) in Salem, Oregon, USA.

The university is actually located in the area surrounding Kawagoe City in Saitama Prefecture, Japan, which is a part of the Greater Tokyo Area.

The one-year program at TIUA and Willamette University enables students to pursue academic goals, while developing intercultural awareness. Programs are designed to offer students opportunities to learn through experience about other people and cultures. As a result, students also gain and share insights about their own traditions and values. An exchange program began between TIU and Willamette in 1965. TIUA was established in 1985.


The university was founded in 1965 by Taizo Kaneko (金子泰藏) as International College of Commerce (国際商科大学 kokusai syouka daigaku). In 1986 the school was renamed Tokyo International University (東京国際大学 Tokyo Kokusai Daigaku),[1] In 2014, the university launched the English Track (E-Track) Program. This program focuses on providing international students and others with the opportunity to obtain a degree in an English-medium curriculum. There are two majors offered in the English Track Program: International Relations and Business Economics.

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