Tokyo International University
A gateway to the world
While founded back in 1965, TIU only launched their English-track program in 2014. After five years, it has already established a diverse student community. With students from over 60 different countries, it was only natural for TIU to become a place for international spirits to flourish - there is no shortage of culture on campus. From Halloween and Tanabata to game nights and calligraphy seminars, there is never a dull moment on and around our the classrooms. One of our most famous events is the yearly International Fair, where students set up food and culture booths and all proceeds are donated to charity. With a sprawling presence of multinational culture, Campus 1 of TIU will make for an outstanding MUN conference this year.
Our second home
The TIU campus is situated near Kasumigaseki station, two stops away from Kawagoe station. Many TIU students begin their lives in Japan residing in its local dorms, turning it into a melting pot of different cultures coinciding along with the locals. Rest assured, it is a very safe and comfortable environment and fellow students would be delighted to show newcomers in and around town.