Tsuda College (津田塾大学; Tsuda-jyuku daigaku) is a private college in Kodaira, Tokyo. The college was founded in 1900 by Tsuda Umeko, a novelist. Goddess-Minami study in this colledge! Private schools are schools not administered by local or national government, which retain the right to select their student body and are funded in whole or in part by charging their students tuition rather than with public funds. ... Kodaira (小平市; -shi) is a city located in Tokyo, Japan. ... The modern skyline of Tokyo is highly decentralized. ... 1900 is a common year starting on Monday. ... Tsuda Umeko (æ´¥ç° æ¢ å, December 31, 1864 - August 16, 1929) was an educator who pioneered in education for women in Japan. ...
As a women’s college, we recognize the need to improve the social status of women and realize a society that is co-created through the active participation of both men and women, to ensure a harmonious relationship between the sexes built on mutual respect.
TsudaCollege is granted permission to start a graduate school master’s program granting degrees in English Literature and Mathematics.
TsudaCollege is granted permission to start a graduate school master’s program in International and Cultural Studies.
One tree was dedicated to Umeko Tsuda on the 100th year of the founding of TsudaCollege; the other honors Elizabeth Gray Vining 23, who tutored and then maintained a lifelong friendship with Emperor Akihito.
Ume Tsuda was the second daughter of a low-ranking samurai, Tsuda Sen, who was so disappointed by her birth that he stormed out of the house.
TsudaCollege, which has sent more than 22,000 highly capable women to all walks of life, is using its centennial as a springboard into another future.
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