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Faculty of Education

The Faculty of Education was first established as the Faculty of Liberal Arts in 1949 after the merging of three schools to create Kagawa University. The Faculty of Liberal Arts originated from the Kagawa Normal School (founded in 1874), which was one of the three schools to merge. After a reorganization in 1966, the faculty changed its name from the Faculty of Liberal Arts to the Faculty of Education.

Saiwaicho Campus
A bird's eye view of the Saiwai-Cho Campus Plaza

Since its establishment, the faculty has been providing various courses in education and conducting research in accordance with its philosophy of liberal arts. It currently educates over 800 undergraduate students and conducts research programs with partner universities all over the world.

Education Lecture Hall
One of the lectures halls within the Faculty of Education