Osaka University of Arts

Japan, Minamikawachi District , 469 Higashiyama Kanan-cho

It is a private arts university located in Kanan, Minamikawachi District, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The university was founded in 1945 as Hirano English Cram School, changing its name to Osaka School of the Fine Arts in 1957, and then to Naniwa University of the Arts in 1964. The university adopted the current name in 1966.

Funding: Private
Accreditation: Japan Institution for Higher Education Evaluation (JIHEE)
Grades 3
Languages 1
Divisions 15
Tuition fee per annum
Local currency: JPY
¥415,000¥500,000
Requirements
  • Admission details: Graduation from high school and entrance examination
Your currency: USD
$2,635.17$3,174.91

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