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Hokkaido University of Education

北海道教育大学, ホッカイドウキョウイクダイガク
Representive : President, JAANA Haruo
Establishment year: 1949
Address: 3-1-3 Ainosato 5Jyo, Kita-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido 002-8501 Japan
Organization/Research department name (9):
  • Faculty of Education, Graduate School of Education
  • Information Processing Center
  • Library
  • Health Administration Center
  • Research and Education Center for Winter Sports
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Subordinate facility name  (1):
  • Taisetsuzan Institute of Science
History (68):
  • 1949/05
    Hokkaido University of Liberal Arts was established. (In accordance with the Law for Establishment of National Schools, Hokkaido Daiichi Shihan Gakko, Daini Shihan Gakko, Daisan Shihan Gakko and Hokkaido Seinen Shihan Gakko were integrated into a national university with a single Faculty of Liberal Arts (four-year and two-year courses). The Faculty had Sapporo Branch School, Hakodate Branch School, Asahikawa Branch School, and Iwamizawa Sub-Branch of Sapporo Branch School.)
  • 1949/06
    Institute of Education was founded (renamed Institute of General Education on 30th September 1952, Rural Education Institute on 4th July 1970, moved to Iwamizawa on 1st April 1996).
  • 1950/08
    Main Library was established in Sapporo. (Branch Libraries were established in Hakodate, Asahikawa, Kushiro, and Iwamizawa).
  • 1951/03
    The affiliated elementary schools and junior high schools of Hokkaido Daiichi. Daini, and Daisan Shihan Gakko were abolished.
  • 1951/04
    Sapporo Elementary School, Hakodate Elementary School, Asahikawa Elementary School, Sapporo Junior High School, Hakodate Junior High School, and Asahikawa Junior High School were established.
Purpose of establishment:
The University aims to promote teaching and research,
focusing mainly on the education and training of school
teachers and on local human resource development. The
University has campuses in major cities throughout
Hokkaido (Sapporo, Hakodate, Asahikawa, Kushiro and
Iwamizawa), each of which is characterized by its own
specific programs.
Business overview:
Program for the teaching profession has two courses;
Course for School Teachers Training and Course for
Teachers of Mentally Handicapped Children. Program for
local human resource training has five courses; Lifelong
Education, Art and Culture, Global Education,
Environmental Education, and Information Society
  • 2007: \ 12,561 (Million)
  • 2006: \ 12,130 (Million)
  • 2005: \ 11,519 (Million)
  • 2004: \ 10,998 (Million)
  • 2003: \ 10,115 (Million)
  • 2002: \ 10,619 (Million)
  • 2001: \ 11,070 (Million)
  • 2000: \ 11,858 (Million)
Branch Organization  (30):

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