Nagoya Japan - The heart of East Asia
Nestled in the heart of East Asia, Japan consists of four major islands with a population of over 126 million. Known for its advanced education, Japan has the highest number of Nobel prize winners of any Asian country, and the second highest of any country since 2000. Japan is the third largest national economy in the world, with Greater Nagoya, the center of manufacturing craftsmanship, producing nearly 1% of world GDP annually. As the third-largest city in Japan, Nagoya is located between Tokyo and Kyoto and is well known for its close proximity to numerous natural scenic and tourist attractions and is a great place both to study and to enjoy your time in Japan.
An unforgettable experience in Japan
Studying in Japan offers a fascinating experience for international students that will help you develop as a person and see things from new perspectives. Japan is one of the safest countries in the world and known firs its world-class education at the cutting edge of innovation. Surrounded by breathtaking natural terrain, four stunning distinct seasons, rich culture and outstanding cuisine you can ensure that your time here will be memorable. With over 250,000 international students and rising, Japan is one of the most popular destinations for international students.
A major feature of our Nisshin campus is that the educational facilities and sports facilities are on a single campus which leads to an active student life. The main campus is approximately 1.5 times the size of Tokyo Disneyland and surrounded by beautiful nature.
Employment & overseas options
We have a 99.2% success rate of employment with a dedicated team to help students find their career. We also have options
As of 2017, NUCB has already established student exchange partnerships with 130 leading business schools in 54 countries. Under the student exchange program, students are able to add a new dimension of professional development. Tuition fees at partner schools are waived and students in excellent academic standing are eligible for additional scholarships to cover the cost of travel and living expenses.
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