Established in 1949 and located at Kamishakujii in Nerima Ward, Tokyo, Waseda University Senior High School has students from grades 10 to 12. Admission is competitive based on the results of an entrance examination which is prepared and administered by the school. However, in 1998 a "self-recommendation" entrance examination system (the admission of students based upon short essays, an interview, and their junior high school academic records) was introduced, first for one tenth, and currently one third, of the total number of newly admitted students. Three hundred sixty students (260 based on the traditional examination process, and 100 based on the self-recommendation system) are admitted annually. Graduates from this school may enroll at Waseda University without taking the University's standard entrance examinations.
Waseda University Junior High School, established in 2010, enrolls students in grades 7 to 9. Admission is competitive by examination, prepared and administered by the school. One hundred and twenty students are admitted annually.
Founded in 1982, this school is situated in Honjo City, Saitama Prefecture, about 80 kilometers northwest of central Tokyo. It enrolls students in grades 10 to 12. Admission is competitive by examination, prepared and administered by the school. It also provides a separate admission process of self-recommendation for students who have achieved remarkable results in extra-curricular activities. Young persons returning from abroad are also admitted. Three hundred and twenty (320) students from all over Japan are admitted annually. Graduates may enroll in Waseda University without taking the University's standard entrance examinations.
Established in 1978 on Waseda University's Okubo campus adjacent to the School of Science & Engineering, this school changed its name from Waseda University College of Technology in 2001.It offers evening courses to train professionals and to provide continuing education for individuals who are already employed, through regular and special programs of study.
The regular program offers two two-year courses of study - Architectural Engineering and Spatial Images; and two three-year courses - Architectural Design & Structural Engineering; and Urban Design.
Founded in 1901 and located in Kokubunji City, Tokyo, Waseda Jitsugyo Gakko is a school with a proud history. The Senior High level enrolls students from grades 10 to 12, admitting 190 new students annually. The Junior High School (grades 7 to 9) admits 128 students annually. The Elementary School (grades 1 to 6), was established in 2002, and admits 108 children annually.
Founded in 1895, Waseda Junior and Senior High School also has a proud history. This school educates approximately 1,800 boys in grades 7 to 12. The campus is located in Shinjuku Ward in metropolitan Tokyo, within walking distance of Waseda University.
Waseda Shibuya Senior High School was founded in April 1991 on the west coast of Singapore. The school provides a Japanese educational environment for residents of Singapore and other neighboring countries.
In this new age of globalization and multi-national cooperation, the more and more Japanese are living abroad. Our school was founded in order to meet the educational needs of the growing Japanese expatriate community.
The mission of Waseda Shibuya Senior High School is to provide a rich educational environment based on Japan's school curriculum, while at the same time learning to interact with the diverse cultures of their host country, Singapore.
The school became affiliated with Waseda University in April 2002. The educational philosophy of the predecessor school was merged with Waseda's philosophy. The aim is to produce students who are global citizens and can contribute to Asia.
Founded in 2009, this school is situated in Ibaraki City, Osaka Prefecture, about 15 kilometers northeast of central Osaka. Waseda Setsuryo Senior High School (grades 10 to 12) admits 210 new students annually. The Junior High School (grades 7 to 9) admits 105 new students annually.
Founded in 2010, this school is situated in Karatsu City, Saga Prefecture, the birthplace of Waseda University founder Shigenobu Okuma. Waseda Saga Senior High School (grades 10 to 12) admits 120 new students annually. The Junior High School (grades 7 to 9) admits 120 new students annually.