Meiji University has 10 undergraduate schools, 12 graduate schools, and four professional graduate schools in four downtown campuses and is a private, comprehensive university with more than 30,000 students from across all 47 prefectures and 52 countries and regions worldwide.
Surugadai Campus features six liberal arts schools (Law, Commerce, Political Science and Economics, Arts and Letters, Business Administration, and Information and Communication) where junior and senior undergraduate students study, as well as Graduate Schools, the Juris Doctor Course (Law School) and other Professional Graduate Schools where graduate students receive a top-level education. Located in Chiyoda ward in the heart of Tokyo, the campus is open to the public and features the Meiji University Museum and the Manga Library (Yoshihiro Yonezawa Memorial Library of Manga and Subculture).
Izumi Campus features a fresh atmosphere where freshman and sophomore undergraduate students study at six liberal arts schools (Law, Commerce, Political Science and Economics, Arts and Letters, Business Administration, and Information and Communication) and where graduate students also study. The Izumi Library, which acts as the face of Izumi Campus, received the 2013 Good Design Award.
Ikuta Campus features two science and engineering schools (Science and Technology and Agriculture) where freshman to senior undergraduate students and graduate students learn. Featuring several state-of-the-art research facilities, including the Kurokawa Farm (Kurokawa Field Science Center) and the Advanced Plant Factory Research Center, it has become a top center for industry-academia collaboration.
Nakano Campus is a state-of-the-art campus that features two schools (Global Japanese Studies and Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences) where freshman to senior undergraduate students and graduate students learn. The campus emphasizes a combination of arts and sciences, advanced research and regional collaboration.