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Tsukuba Gakuin University (Private)


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[Tsukuba Gakuin University]
image by Shunsuke Omachi, 20 May 2023

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Located in Tsukuba City Ibaraki Prefecture and established in 1996. The university flag has white background with a red emblem. The university emblem, chosen by the late founder Sumi Oe, is a combination of the initials of the following three words on a rose flower, a symbol of love and purity: K (Knowledge), V (Virtue), and A (Art). This symbolizes the enlightenment of knowledge, the cultivation of moral character, and the refinement of skills, and indicates that the founding spirit of the university is to cultivate good members of society and family members by having them acquire these qualities. The "V" surrounds the "A" and "K," signifying that the cultivation of moral character is the foundation of the school. The university emblem is the same as that of Tokyo Kasei Gakuin University, the school's parent institution.
Nozomi Kariyasu, 17 May 2023

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[Tsukuba Gakuin University]
image by Shunsuke Omachi, 7 July 2023

[Tsukuba Gakuin University]
image by Shunsuke Omachi, 7 July 2023

The logo mark flag has blue background with a white logo mark and horizontally written white Chinese characters and English university name. The logo mark was designed with the initial "T" of the university in the concept of flexible social power. The blue is the earth blue of the earth representing internationality and the blue of youth. The dynamic vertical line represents growth, and the horizontal line represents a leap forward, flapping its wings in the sky, expressing the great potential of the university as it develops toward the future. The emblem flag has white background with a dark blue emblem without university name. The emblem is a seal type emblem with the name of KVA and the English university in a circle under the logo mark.
Nozomi Kariyasu, 7 July 2023