In 2014, Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology chose Waseda University for the Top Global University Project. One of the project’s objectives is for selected schools to rank among the top 100 universities in the world by March 2024. This goal can only be achieved through world-class education and high-impact research, one of the benchmarks being the number of foreigners working and studying at these universities. In this regard, Waseda has a tremendous advantage. Waseda boasts 13 undergraduate and 22 graduate schools, and the largest number of international students among any of Japan’s 780 universities. Moreover, Waseda aims to increase its percentage of international students from 10% to 20% by its sesquicentennial in 2032.