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Shoei Girls' Junior and Senior High School

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The Shoei Girls' Junior and Senior High School (頌栄女子学院 中学校・高等学校, Shōei Joshi Gakuin Chūgakkō Kōtōgakkō) is a junior and senior high school for girls in Shirokanedai, Minato, Tokyo.[1]

Affiliates

A boarding college in Winchester, Hampshire, England, Winchester Shoei College at the University of Winchester (英国学校法人 Eikoku Gakkō Hōjin), formerly the Shoei Centre at King Alfred's College, is an affiliate of the Shoei Gakuin. It opened in 1982.[2][3] As of 1983, at one time circa 40 students, all female and aged 18–20, were a part of this programme. They took special courses in British studies and English Language Teaching (ELT).[4]

References

  1. ^ Home (Archive). Shoei Gakuin. Retrieved on 9 January 2014. "〒108-0071 東京都港区白金台2-26-5"
  2. ^ Pearse, Bowen and Chris McCooey. Companion to Japanese Britain and Ireland. In Print (company), 1991. ISBN 187304710X, 9781873047101. "WINCHESTER (90) Shoei Centre (at King Alfred's College), Winchester, Hampshire In 1982, four years short of its centenary, Tokyo's Shoei Christian College for Girls opened a boarding college in Winchester. The new Japanese centre[...]"
  3. ^ Directory of Japanese-Affiliated Companies in the E. C., 1991-1992 (Google Books name: DIR JAPAN AFFIL COS EC 91-92). Taylor & Francis, 1 January 1992. p. 205. "Winchester Shoei College (Shoei Joshigakuin - Tokyo) 9, Chilbolton Court, Sarum Road, Winchester, Hants, S022 5HF"
  4. ^ Japan: Quarterly Review of the Anglo-Japanese Economic Institute, Issues 77-80. Anglo-Japanese Economic Institute, 1983. p. 27. "Thanks to its initiative, a novel scheme was inaugurated with King Alfred's College, Winchester, in which 40 Shoei students (all girls aged 18-20) will come to King Alfred's for a special two-year course in ELT and British studies designed[...]"

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