COVID concerns have not stopped Temple students from international study.
March 17, 2021
A new course held online from Rome offers a groundbreaking approach to remote learning, at the same time as it seeks solutions for the broader world.
March 1, 2021
TUJ students led 3,500 protesters in a march through Tokyo in support of racial equality.
October 14, 2020
Temple Law alumnus Matthew Wilson is taking the helm of Temple University Japan.
Following weeks of uncertainty due to a short-lived ICE directive, Temple expert John Smagula clarifies where things stand for international students.
A fund aimed at helping students honors longtime staffer Teri Morelli, a fixture on the campus.
The Mookie Miller Fund for Adventure in Education will enable students with financial need to study abroad.
The entire university community and TUJ’s newest neighbors came together to officially celebrate Temple’s new location on Showa Women’s University campus.
The Tokyo branch campus is home to a diverse student body drawn from around the world.
Here’s how to experience the best of Tokyo in two days, devised with help from the experts at Temple Japan.
After nearly four decades in office buildings, TUJ finally has a space to call its own, and a college experience to offer its students and faculty.
Bruce Stronach, longtime Temple University Japan dean, writes on the meaning of the first time the campus sits in a true university setting.
The move marks the first time in TUJ’s 37-year history that its students and faculty will enjoy a traditional university setting.