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Find out more about our academic programs.
In addition to the PEACE Program and the NEXUS Program, we offer a number of undergraduate and graduate degree programs for international students.
Visit Tokyo and Rikkyo University
Exciting area: Tokyo
Rikkyo University is located in Tokyo and its neighboring prefecture, Saitama, and those are the key area where politics and economy in Japan and cultures and fashion from all over the world are gathered to co-exist. Enjoy an exciting urban experience!
Mega-terminal: Ikebukuro Station
Ikebukuro, which is the closest to Ikebukuro Campus of Rikkyo University, is the second busiest railway station in the world. Ikebukuro is connected directly to Shiki, where Rikkyo’s Niiza Campus is located, and such major railway terminals as Shinjuku, Shibuya, Tokyo, Yokohama, and so on.
Hub of cultures: Ikebukuro
Ikebukuro area is well-known as the hub of cultures that include traditional Japanese culture as temple, shrines, and Japanese gardens, theaters as well as otaku that includes Otome Road (“Maiden Road” as the hub of female manga and anime) and many other sub-cultures. Have fun!
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Undergraduate Programs Offered in English
Dual Language Pathway, College of Intercultural Communication (CIC)
The DLP is a program that aims to develop people who contribute to the global community, and enables students to use both English and Japanese over their four years of study. DLP students earn credit for all College of Intercultural Communication specialized courses in English, and write their graduation theses (academic papers) in English.
PEACE CIC, College of Intercultural Communication (CIC)
PEACE CIC fosters the ability to propose solutions for an increasingly diverse and complex society, with plurilingualism and pluriculturalism as the founding and guiding principles. Through the study of Intercultural Communication, students will explore multicultural situations by putting emphasis on one or more of the following fields: Language Studies, Translation and Interpreting Studies, Communication Studies, and/or Global Studies.
＊This program will start in September 2022.
Global Liberal Arts Program (GLAP)
The Global Liberal Arts Program is a four-year undergraduate program that allows students to earn a bachelor’s degree taught entirely in English. Liberal arts education is a part of Rikkyo University’s distinctive educational feature which encourages students to pursue their own academic interest, to expand academic horizons and to deepen the understanding of various theories and philosophies.
Global Program of the Department of International Business Law, College of Law and Politics
The Global Program of the Department of International Business Law hones students’ legal knowledge and skills for the international stage by covering how to conduct trade negotiations and how to prevent or resolve disputes from a legal perspective. Specifically, the Global Program pursues three objectives: acquiring the basic knowledge of Japanese law necessary for conducting international business, developing legal skills required for a type of legal thinking that transcends the differences between national laws, and sharpening communication skills to succeed in international settings.
＊This program will start in April 2022. For international students, however, it will start from September 2022 enrollment.
Graduate Programs Offered in English
Master in International Business Program, Graduate School of Business
The College of Business at Rikkyo University offers a full-time, two-year, Master of International Business (MIB) degree program that is designed to develop our students’ ability to conceptualize, plan, and implement business in diverse and intercultural contexts. The degree has been established in response to industry demand for highly qualified, bilingual graduates with wide ranging international experience and the ability to conceptualize complex business problems.
Master of Public Management and Administration Course, Graduate School of Business
The Master of Public Management and Administration Course (MPMA) is a two-year program whose primary focus is public management. It is designed to develop the capacity of the students to formulate, manage, and evaluate policies and programs. Students in the MPMA Course are expected to take courses in Public Management, Economics, and Business in order to build strong theoretical and methodological foundations.
Master of Social Development and Administration Course, Graduate Program in Business Administration Network and Social Organization
The Master of Social Development and Administration Course (MSDA) is a two-year program. It is designed to equip students with skills and expertise essential for being future leaders in government, international businesses, non-governmental organizations, and international organizations. Students in the MSDA Course undergo the academic and research training through the required and elective coursework and the process of thesis writing.
Rikkyo Primary School, Rikkyo Ikebukuro Junior and Senior High School, and Rikkyo Niiza Junior and Senior High School are affiliated with Rikkyo Gakuin. They are all-male schools.
The Rikkyo Gakuin is an educational institution, which includes Rikkyo University and other affiliated schools. The Rikkyo School in England, St. Margaret’s Elementary School, St. Margaret’s Junior & Senior High School, and St. Hilda’s Junior & Senior High School are affiliated with the Rikkyo Gakuin. St. Margaret’s Schools, also known as Rikkyo Girls’ Schools, are all-female academic institutions, as is St. Hilda’s.
Bishop Channing Moore Williams, Anglican missionary and founder of Rikkyo University
The origins of the university date from the founding of St. Paul’s School for boys in 1874 by Channing Moore Williams, a missionary of the Episcopal Church and a leading figure in the establishment of the Anglican Church in Japan.
The school’s first classes were held in Williams’ home in the foreign settlement in Tsukiji, Tokyo. Initially five students came to study with the resident missionaries. By the end of the first year this number had grown to 55 with as many as 46 living in a dormitory rented by the school.
Fire devoured the first school buildings in 1876. With funding from the Domestic and Foreign Mission Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church and, in 1880, a new principal, James McDonald Gardiner to supervise, new three-story brick facilities with an imposing 60-foot spire were constructed.
Holy Trinity Cathedral, Tsukiji, temporary home for the college after the 1894 earthquake
In 1891, Gardiner resigned from the management of the school and was succeeded by Rev. Theodosius Stevens Tyng. Simultaneous with the appointment of Rev. Tyng, the school’s name was changed from St. Paul’s School to St. Paul’s College; curriculum changes were introduced; and a formal application was made for a government license. Enrollment jumped, but the school buildings were in a poor state of repair and were condemned as unsafe by government inspectors. As president of the school Tyng immediately set off to the United States on a fundraising tour. Less than three weeks after his return to Tokyo an earthquake in 1894 leveled much of the original school facilities, highlighting the perils of building on reclaimed land next to the Sumida River. The college was temporarily housed in Trinity Parish House, and by 1896 new buildings including an academic hall and student dormitory were ready for occupation.
In 1897, the Rev. Arthur Lloyd became president of the university. The Rikkyo schools experienced a rapid rise in student enrollment by virtue of the granting of a government license exempting students from military service and granting them access to all government established schools of higher education. Lloyd navigated the school through a turbulent six years as the Japanese Ministry of Education sought to curtail any religious instruction in the curriculum of government-approved schools. As only in the dormitories at Rikkyo was any religious instruction given, the school was able to retain its license.
In 1903, the Rev. Henry St. George Tucker succeeded Rev. Lloyd as president. In 1905 the school reported a male student enrollment of 573 and the need for larger school classroom facilities was acute. After another successful fundraising appeal new classrooms, an assembly hall and an office building were opened in 1907. The Rev. Charles S. Reifsnider succeed Rev. Tucker in 1912 when the latter took up his new post as Bishop of Kyoto.
New campus and elevation to university status
New Ikebukuro Campus main building, 1925
In 1909, 23 acres of land were purchased near Ikebukuro for the construction of a larger dedicated campus and the university moved into new buildings at this site in 1919. The University Chapel was consecrated in 1920, and the university was officially chartered by the Ministry of Education in 1922.
The original, red-brick, campus buildings, designed by Murphy & Dana Architects of New York, suffered structural damage in the 1923 Great Kantō earthquake but, due to the university’s more suburban location, escaped the fires that destroyed much of the center of the city.
Until the 1920s almost all classes at Rikkyo were held in English; Japanese language textbooks were made more widely available toward the end of the decade.
In the late 1930s and during the Second World War Rikkyo’s status as an Anglican Christian university came under severe pressure from the military authorities. In 1936, the president of the university, Shigeharu Kimura, was forced to resign over allegations of disrespect during a required public reading of the Imperial Rescript on Education in the University Chapel.
In September 1942, university trustees agreed to change the wording of the charter to sever all ties with Christianity. The majority of Christian faculty members lost their positions and the University All Saints Chapel was closed.
At the end of World War II in October 1945 the U.S. Occupation authorities moved swiftly to remove head officials associated with the teaching of militarism and the violation of the university’s founding charter. The university re-established its links with the Anglican Church in Japan. With the support of former faculty such as Paul Rusch, they began to restart classes, re-hire faculty, and rebuild.
Women were admitted to degree programs in 1946.
A new library extension, designed by renowned Japanese architect Kenzo Tange, was completed in 1960.
With contributions from private donors, the Episcopal Church in the United States and the Japanese Ministry of Education, between 1961 and 2001 the university owned and operated a TRIGA 100Kw research reactor at Yokosuka, Kanagawa contributing the development of neutron radiography and energy research in Japan.
A second suburban campus in Niiza, Saitama for first- and second-year students was established in 1990.
Building on existing undergraduate study programs, new graduate schools for Business Administration, Social Design Studies, and Intercultural Communication were opened in 2002.
In September 2014, the Japanese Ministry of Education announced that Rikkyo University had been selected as a “Global Hub” university and will now receive special strategic government funding to support its global education programs.
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