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滋賀文教短期大学

Shiga Bunkyo Junior College

General Outline of Shiga Bunkyo Junior College

junior college motto
Bunkyo Junior College was founded in 1952, and since then we have fostered human resources that are intelligent, sentiments, and are able to contribute society. The sound bodies and minds of our students form a good combination of three factors: intelligence, virtue, and bodily health, as the foundations of building character. Our junior college motto is, “Faith, sincerity, austerity, kindness, and gradual advancement.” On campus, our educational facilities include a well-stocked library, internet room, audio-visual room, information processing room, and gymnasium, and a women’s dormitory for students from distant places. Under such a fulfilling environment and with a small number of students in each classroom, we foster human resources that possess a great deal of knowledge and high sensibilities, adaptable to contemporary society by means of their thorough education.

Outline of Departments and Courses

Japanese Literature Department

Outline of Departments and Courses
Japanese Literature Course
This course has subjects such as Japanese classics, Japanese modern literature, and calligraphy, and students can improve their skills in their chosen language while deepening their specialized knowledge and technical skills as well.

Education Department

Elementary Education Course
This course aims to develop teachers of elementary schools and kindergartens. Students can study individual subjects and special subjects, learning to teach broadly and deeply, in order to become teachers with accomplishments and capabilities.

Qualifications and Licenses

Qualifications and Licenses
Students who graduate from Shiga Bunkyo Junior College receive a degree stating, “graduate of junior college” (accreditation pending). Students who pass prescribed credits receive the following qualifications and licenses: ・Librarian・Kindergarten teacher・Elementary school teacher・Teacher librarian

Dormitory

Dormitory
Our international students live in this dormitory. Most commodities are provided, and the room and board fees are low.