Osaka, located slightly west of the geographic center of the Japanese archipelago, is part of the Kansai region which covers a broad area including the neighboring cities of Kobe; an international port city, Kyoto; a city of academic pursuits and traditional culture, and Nara; a city of historical heritage.
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Kansai University was founded as Kansai Law School in November 1886. Kansai University provides its students with extensive knowledge and guidance in such fields as Law, Letters, Economics, Business and Commerce, Sociology, Policy Studies, Foreign Language Studies, Health and Well-being, Informatics, Societal Safety Sciences, Engineering Science, Environmental and Urban Engineering, and Chemistry, Materials, and Bioengineering. It further encourages research in specialized academic disciplines, thus developing the students' practical abilities, as well as intellectual, personal and social insights. Student’s number is about 30,000.
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