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Faculty of Liberal Arts (Courses are taught in English)

Faculty of Liberal Arts (Courses are taught in English)

Sophia University established its International Division in 1949 to offer a multi-dimensional curriculum with all courses taught in English. This approach was highly appreciated as Japan moved quickly toward increasing internationalization. In 1975, the International Division became the Department of Comparative Culture in the Faculty of Foreign Studies, and in 1987 this department acquired independent status as the Faculty of Comparative Culture. In 2006, it became the Faculty of Liberal Arts reflecting our commitment to the changing needs of contemporary global society.
Faculty members are recruited from around the world, and over half are foreign nationals. Classes are relatively small, with an instructor-to-student ratio of about 20 to 1.
International students comprise about one third of the students in classes. Students of this Faculty therefore interact in an international atmosphere every day while benefiting from a world-class educational environment.

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