Founded in 1913, Sophia has been a pioneer of international education in Japan, attracting faculty and students from all over the world. In 1949 Sophia established the first program in Japan taught entirely in English, and it continues to lead the Japanese academic world in offering international programs.
ADMU boasts a long history and tradition, and is known within the country as a prestigious, top-class private institution with graduates including the likes of former President Arroyo and many other political leaders. ADMU has a worldwide network of partner universities and sister schools, giving the school’s campus an international atmosphere.
Originally founded as De La Salle College in 1911, De La Salle University is a prominent institution located in Manila, Philippines. It has been praised for its quality research, graduate employment opportunities, international perspective as well as for its course content.
Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) is a national university located in the city of Bogor in West Java, approximately 60 km from the capital city of Jakarta. Within the higher education of Indonesia, IPB is a cutting-edge institution which actively conducts superior education and research, especially in the fields of agriculture and life science.
Gadjah Mada University (UGM) was established in 1949, and today, the University has 18 faculties and is the largest and oldest university in Indonesia, with over 50,000 students, 2,300 teachers, and about 2,250 staff members. It is well-known for its curriculum in tropical agriculture and life sciences.
Chulalongkorn University is the oldest and most respected royal university in Thailand, and the foremost in humanities. The university conducts pioneering research in medicine, natural sciences, and social sciences. The Faculty of Communication Arts is particularly well-known and offers a number of language programs.
Founded by Chulalongkorn the Great (King Rama V) in 1889, Mahidol University lies in the heart of Bangkok and is one of Thailand’s oldest educational institutions. What started as Thailand’s first medical school has since gone through many changes and advancements to become the university it is today with 17 faculties, 7 research institutes, and 6 colleges.