School of Global Studies
School of Management and Information Sciences
The Parent Body of Tama University
The founding spirit of Tamura Gakuen is "plain and tidy, cheerful and enterprising, thankful and volunteering." It was established with the aim of forming the rich individual character of each student and raising capable persons with a global sense and a liberal heart.
Tamura Gakuen consists of Tama University, the Meguro Junior and Senior High Schools (the Hijirigaoka Junior and Senior High Schools are affiliated with Tama University), and three kindergartens: Meguro, Omorifutaba, and Mishukusakura.
With the aim of training women in business who can contribute to society, Tamura Gakuen established the Meguro Commercial Women's School in 1937 and has been involved in women's education with a kindergarten and an affiliated junior college as well. Recently, Tamura Gakuen has changed from being strictly a women's school into the coeducational Meguro Junior and Senior High Schools affiliated with Tama University through integrated education, including a curriculum that prepares its students for entry into Tama University and other universities.
Tamura Gakuen has instituted an integrated education system in its junior and senior high schools affiliated with Tama University - which was founded in 1989 - with the aim of training imaginative and practical individuals with strong management information skills and knowledge.
The Tama University part-time graduate course, which is mainly for people with work experience in a particular field, was opened in 1993 and has been involved in education with the aim of training professionals with imaginative problem solving abilities through management information.
In these ways, Tamura Gakuen has achieved an integrated educational system spanning kindergarten, junior and senior high school, and Tama University.