Aoyama Gakuin Women's Junior College was reestablished in April 2012 to offer women of the modern age opportunities to develop their positive human qualities under a system of two departments comprising the Department of Contemporary Liberal Arts and Department of Childhood Studies.

The Department of Contemporary Liberal Arts and Department of Childhood Studies provide education based on core courses common to both departments and the Contemporary Liberal Arts Core Curriculum. The Department of Contemporary Liberal Arts has established three majors centered on three challenges of modern society, while the Department of Childhood Studies teaches students to understand humanity through learning about children.

We offer a wide range of admission systems for those interested in studying at Aoyama Gakuin Women's Junior College, including special admission, self-recommendation admission, and designated school admission. Additionally, students taking a general admission entrance examination or entrance examination based on the National Center Test for University Admissions may take the first or second examination.

Providing students with quality learning opportunities that serve as a concrete stepping-stone for their career growth and achievement, Aoyama Gakuin Women's Junior College offers an enhanced system to support students in various career paths, such as employment, transfer to a four-year college or university, and study abroad.

Students can gain invaluable friendships and experiences at a college campus surrounded by a rich¸ green environment despite being located in the center of Tokyo. The surrounding area of Aoyama is rich in culture.

For women living in the modern age

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