Since fiscal 2005, the Meijo Educational Foundation has been implementing a basic strategy dubbed the Meijo Strategy-2015 (MS-15). Until 2015, we will continue promoting activities based on our strategic concepts, with the aim of achieving the visions incorporated into the MS-15 strategy. The long-term visions of MS-15 encompass the university’s specific objectives, while the mid-term visions are based on generally accepted concepts of university social responsibility (USR).
Mid- and Long-Term Visions of Meijo University
We will strive to improve our educational, research, job-hunting, social, and resource capabilities in order to create a university that is highly valued by society.
With integration, sophistication, and internationalization as our watchwords, we aim to create a university with a strong balance of humanities and science, while representing Japan and opening ourselves to the world.
Mid- and Long-Term Visions of Meijo University Senior High School
To achieve the most satisfactory outcomes, we seek to foster students’ development through adherence to the concepts of chi (knowledge), toku (virtue), and tai (health).
We aim to become the no. 1 private senior high school in Aichi Prefecture and to provide the support necessary for each student to achieve his or her potential.