The origin of Sophia University can be traced back to more than 450 years ago when the Jesuit missionary Francis Xavier came to Japan in 1549 to spread Christianity in Japan. The actual foundation of the university began In 1908.
The Project Research Division provides support for research groups conducting research activity with funds provided by such external organizations and individuals. Units established as project research units may eventually become the basis for new units in the Research Institutes Division.
The Sophia Career Center will help you to make your job-seeking efficient and will teach you the right tips to find Japanese companies which are perfect for you. All you need is to come to our office or access our web site,and you can get sufficient information.
The Counseling Center is a place where students can talk to or seek advice from professional counselors about their concerns or the problems that trouble them during their daily life. The center is designed in such a way as to ensure confidentiality. In addition to personal consultation, group counseling sessions are also held. English counseling available.
Sophia University has several off-campus dormitories and offers affiliated housing options. For inquiries and application, contact the dormitory/organization directly. Since the Sophia campus is located in the heart of Tokyo, the cost of living near campus is very high. As reasonable housing is located in the suburbs, students should expect a 30-90 min. commuting time to campus.
The Sophia University Central Library, which opened in 1984, holds approximately 1,100,000 books and 11,000 titles of periodicals on the two basement floors and the eight upper floors. The library has adopted an open stack system so that users can have direct access to the materials. It's floor space is 18,000 square meters and it has approximately 1,900 seats.
Located in Hoffmann Hall, the Health Center offers physical and mental health consultation, health and nutrition guidance, and emergency treatment for injuries and sudden illnesses. Moreover, the center periodically conducts medical examinations on all students and sports group participants, and, when necessary, makes referrals to specialist medical organizations.
Clubs Organization1. ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES ALLIANCE2. MUSIC ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE3. THEATRICAL ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE4. CULTURAL/ACADEMIC ALLIANCE5. HOBBY CLUB ALLIANCE6. UNORGANIZED7. OTHERS