The Aichi University Graduate School was established in 1953, seven years after the founding of Aichi University in Toyohashi. Approximately 100 professors supervise studies in the Departments of Law and Business Administration based on the Nagoya Campus, and in the Departments of Economics, Chinese Studies and Humanities on the Toyohashi Campus.
The aims of the Graduate School are to advance academic standards by carrying out fundamental research guided by practical principles, and to contribute to the development of culture while cultivating persons of ability with a sense of public spirit.
It is intended to admit about 10 suitably qualified candidates from abroad annually. Since classes are conducted in the Japanese language, all candidates are required to possess an adequate command of Japanese.
A student selects a particular field of study according to his own research interest, and pursues this course of study under the supervision of the professor in his chosen field.
1. Department of Law--Advanced Studies in Public Law
2. Department of Law--Advanced Studies in Private Law
A student may do research under the supervision of a professor in his chosen field in any of the following courses of study:
1. Department of Law--Advanced Studies in Private Law