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List of women's colleges

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List of women's colleges

A women's college is an institution of higher education where enrollment is all-female. In the United States, almost all women's colleges are private undergraduate institutions, with many offering coeducational graduate programs. In other countries, laws and traditions vary.

While most of institutions listed are women's universities; there are very few that are universities for women (curriculum as per women's needs) for instance, Mody University, Rajasthan India which also happens to be the largest integrated residential university for women.

Where institutions have become coeducational, this is noted, along with the year the enrollment policy was changed. Current women's colleges are listed in bold text. Colleges that are closing or transitioning to coeducation are listed in italics.

Contents

  • Australia 1
    • New South Wales 1.1
    • Queensland 1.2
    • Victoria 1.3
  • Bangladesh 2
  • Canada 3
    • Nova Scotia 3.1
    • Ontario 3.2
  • China 4
  • India 5
  • Iran 6
  • Japan 7
  • Jordan 8
  • South Korea 9
  • Kuwait 10
  • Pakistan 11
  • Saudi Arabia 12
  • Sudan 13
  • United Arab Emirates 14

Australia

New South Wales

Queensland

Victoria

Bangladesh

Canada

Nova Scotia

Ontario

China

India

Mody University one of the Top Women’s University in India, 5 star university with 265 acres campus .


Banasthali Vidyapith being the largest women's university in India, and the largest integrated residential university in the world.

see Women's universities and colleges in India

Iran

Japan

Jordan

South Korea

Kuwait

  • Box Hill College Kuwait

Pakistan


Saudi Arabia

All universities in Saudi Arabia must have separate campus for women. They don't allow any man to study or work at female campus with only one exception which is King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. On the other hand there are one complete women university without male campus which is:

Sudan

United Arab Emirates

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