Keio University produces a wide range of publications and brochures. Below we share some general English-language literature about the University. Use the Keio Library’s KOSMOS database to search for other publications that the University holds or issues.
This is a guide for admissions for the undergraduate faculties at Keio University. It includes information on Keio’s campuses and curriculum at each undergraduate faculty as well as admissions materials (examination schedules, subjects, etc.).
The Keio University Annual Report on Research Activities discloses information on research conducted at Keio University to the public, with the aim to encourage more creative research and greater collaboration between industry, academia and government, as well as equipping future generations with new information. Every year, we release information on current research activities and trends incorporating latest statistical data and top news.
Jitsugaku is a print publication of the online platform Keio Research Highlights. Flip through these visually compelling pages to find the true meaning of the phrase jitsugaku, discover the groundbreaking research produced at Keio, dive into the stories behind Keio’s creativity and excellence, and explore the university’s long history of social innovation.
The Keio University Medical Science Reprint Collection contains a selection of 23 papers published by researchers at Keio University in Nature and the Nature family of primary research journals between 2006 and 2014. The discoveries in these papers have had an important impact on the fields of disease models, genome integrity, immunology, neuroscience and stem cells, as highlighted in the five feature articles written exclusively for this collection. In the coming years, Keio University will continue to make critical advances in medical science and publish research that stands the test of time.
In our 21st-century society, science and technology is becoming increasingly diverse and complex. In 1868, Yukichi Fukuzawa published a book entitled Kinmo Kyurizukai, which is purported to be the first Japanese book on Western science that was geared towards young individuals. Keio University Faculty of Science and Technology returns to Fukuzawa’s easy-to-understand origins with this publication as we try to relay information about the latest in science and technology.
First published in 1898. Timely topics are discussed and insightful articles on topics ranging from politics, economics, and culture are featured. This compact-sized monthly magazine is packed with serials, insightful essays, and columns.
First published in 1963, Juku is a quarterly publication that has long served as a communication tool to connect Keio with its students and their guardians.