Osaka | Webster University


Webster’s first international partnership was established in 1998 with Kansai University in Osaka, Japan. Kansai University is a private, coeducational institution, founded in the early 1870’s as a law school, and is now one of Japan’s four leading private universities. Study abroad students attend the Senriyama campus in the Osaka suburb, Suita.

Kansai University Kokusai Program

Kansai University has a wide range of courses, including both Japanese language courses and content courses taught in English. While there is no required Japanese language proficiency in order to attend, students are required to enroll in Japanese language classes while there, and the Office of Study Abroad strongly encourages students to study Japanese before applying.

Since this program is a true exchange, available spots are limited each year. Only Webster University students and students from Webster’s WINS affiliate institutions are eligible to apply.