Overview of IUJ Student Body

The IUJ campus is comprised of about 300 students from about 50 countries and territories around the world. English is our shared language and used in the classrooms and in the active campus life.

Students live together in campus dormitories, interact together in various sports groups, cultural clubs, and social activities becoming a true community of long-lasting friends.

Students enjoy Ohanami (Sakura Blossom viewing) on Campus
Outside of class too, break times become a chance to get to know each other.

This great diversity also makes classroom discussions rich and mind opening to other ways of approaching the same problems. While a majority of the students are from the greater Asian region, students from Africa, The Americas, and Europe are also well represented in the student body itself, and by our exchange program participants. This chart shows our full time students (without exchange and special students) to give you an idea of the campus makeup.

As students graduate and return to their home countries, campus encourages their friendships and professional networks to grow and expand through the various Alumni Activities. Alumni come from over 110 countries and have groups on LinkedIn and Facebook, not to mention the IUJ maintained official online directory (For Alumni Access only).

Come join our community and become an IUJ family member!