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Nippon Veterinary And Life Science University

Nippon Veterinary And Life Science University

Nippon Veterinary And Life Science University


Nurturing Human Resources who Possess Love for Humanity and Animals in the Life Sciences

On October 1, in the first year of the Reiwa era, I was appointed the 10th President of Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University. Although universities are still beset with a range of challenges, Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University are committed to further defining its societal role by utilizing the strengths and characteristics of each field of specialization.

In this context, the educational philosophy of our university is to produce high-quality veterinarians, professionals, and researchers who are dedicated to and passionate about science in all of our departments, including the Faculty of Veterinary Science, the Faculty of Applied Life Science, and the Graduate School of Veterinary Medicine and Life Science. Furthermore, as a pioneer in life sciences, environmental science, and food science in the Reiwa era, our university also aims to nurture and develop comprehensive knowledge and skills in graduates, who contribute to society as researchers, educators, and professionals.

Since 2000, we have been implementing innovative reforms and promoting the development of the educational environment. We have changed the name of the university, reorganized the departments of undergraduate studies, and constructed new buildings. We have formulated a medium to a long-term plan that serves as a blueprint for the future. While continuing to achieve greater accomplishments, the university is also fostering human resources who possess a love for humanity and animals.

Taking advantage of its small scale, Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University support academic and human growth through daily, face-to-face interactions with students. Moreover, our university aims to provide experiences outside of academics to foster human personnel in the life sciences who graduate from the university as independent students who are resourceful and can contribute to society.

In the future, I hope that students are motivated to take on relevant responsibilities and roles in the life sciences, environmental science, and food science. I hope that students, the local community, and society can learn together in the small but fun-loving learning environment at Musashi-Sakai.


  • Musashino

    Musashino, Japan