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Miyako College


Business summary

As part of our lifelong learning program, we have been offering “City College” in collaboration with Kyoto City since 1997, which offers university courses to the general public. From 2007, the name was changed to “Miyako College”, and as a lifelong learning project that meets the increasingly sophisticated and diverse learning needs of working adults, about 30 universities and junior colleges offer unique classes and open doors. We offer courses.

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Classification of courses

  1. University lectures : Attend university classes with students *There are some subjects that you can earn credits for.
  2. Civic education courses : A variety of public lectures on history, culture, art, language, health, social issues, etc.
  3. Citizen education course “Kyoto Power Training Course” : A unique course where you can learn more about Kyoto
  4. Citizen education course “Culture ability training course” : Kyo College’s unique course to improve the cultural and regional power of citizens
  5. Recurrent Education Program : A course designed for working generations to improve their skills and broaden their horizons.

Course theme

The courses offered at Miyako College are broadly categorized into 13 themes as shown in the table below, A through L and R, so you can search for courses based on the theme that interests you. Please note that many courses have cross-cutting themes, so please be sure to refer to each course’s syllabus before selecting a course.

Recruitment Guide/Digital Book

You can request and check the 2024 Kyoto College Student Recruitment Guide below.

Please check the recruitment guide for detailed information on courses offered and procedures required for application.

  1. Request using the request form

    Please fill out the form below and send.

    Click here for the request email form
  2. Available at the location *Available from early March

    Campus Plaza Kyoto, Kyoto City Hall, Ward Office, Branch Offices (excluding branch offices), Libraries in Kyoto City, etc.
  3. Check on a computer, smartphone, or tablet
    Click here for digital book 

    List of corrections to recruitment guide content
    Updated on 2024/4/16

How to apply for 2024

Please follow the instructions in the 2024 “Kyoto College Recruitment Guide” and apply online after March 2, 2024 (Saturday). [Kyoto College WEB Application System] (Available on PC, smartphone, and tablet) https://www.consortiumkyoto-miyakocollege.jp/

  • *Web application is as simple as selecting the course name etc. from the screen. Please use all means.
  • *If you have difficulty using the website, you can also apply by mail or in person.

Early application

WEB: From Saturday, March 2nd, 2024 to Friday, March 15th, 23:59

If you have documents that need to be mailed, they must arrive by March 15th.

Mail: Must arrive between March 2nd (Sat) and March 15th (Fri), 2024

Campus Plaza Kyoto University Consortium Kyoto Kyoto College, 600-8216, Nishinotoin Dorishiokoji, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City

Bring: Thursday, March 14th, 2024 – Friday, March 15th, 2024 10:00-16:00

Campus Plaza Kyoto 1st floor

Late application

Scheduled to be posted on the University Consortium Kyoto website on Saturday, July 13, 2024

WEB: From Tuesday, August 6, 2024 to Tuesday, August 20, 2024, 23:59

If you have documents that need to be mailed, they must arrive by August 20th.

Mail: Must arrive between August 6th (Tuesday) and August 20th (Tuesday), 2024

Campus Plaza Kyoto University Consortium Kyoto Kyoto College, 600-8216, Nishinotoin Dorishiokoji, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City

Bring: Tuesday, August 20, 2024, 10:00-16:00

Campus Plaza Kyoto 1st floor

Library common viewing system

Kyoto College students can use some libraries at member universities and junior colleges of the University Consortium Kyoto. When using the libraries of each university or junior college, please present your Kyoto College membership card and check the “Library Common Browsing System” below. *Please use your temporary membership card instead until your Kyoto College membership card arrives.

Library common viewing system [Click here for details]

Contact information

For details on the courses offered, please contact the person in charge at the university providing the course.

Consortium of Universities Kyoto Public Interest Incorporated Foundation Kyo College

TEL: 075-353-9140 FAX: 075-353-9121

MAIL: miyakare■consortium.or.jp (Please change ■ to @ before sending)

Shimogyo, Kyoto City, 600-8216 Inside Campus Plaza Kyoto, Nishinotoin-dori Shiokoji, Ward

*Inquiry reception hours: Tuesday to Saturday 9:00 to 17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)

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