NUCB offers exchange students from our partner schools the opportunity of an unforgettable study abroad experience. Our Exchange Program is designed specifically for international students and is the most varied of its kind in Japan. We offer a wide range of English-taught courses in our undergraduate campus located in the beautiful Nisshin countryside just outside of Nagoya City.
They may have words such as Kanban, Kaizen, or JIT to describe their capability, but it simply fails to do justice to the awe-inspiring spectacle they have in store in Toyota, Japan.
At NUCB, you will have full support from the team at the Center for International Affairs (CIA). The CIA team will help you settle into your new environment, help with any problems you may encounter, give you advice, and ensure that you have an amazing time in Japan.
By studying at NUCB, you will not only be immersed in Japanese culture, but you will join over 100 other students from our 123 partner schools in 54 countries around the world. You will gain a unique insight into other cultures, learn with your fellow students, and form friendships which will last far beyond your time in Japan.
NUCB is the first and only business school in Japan to hold dual accreditation from both AACSB and AMBA. In 2006 NUCB was the second university in Japan awarded accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) which it has successfully maintained to date.
The university received its second major accreditation in 2009 from the Association of MBAs (AMBA) - the first institution in Japan to be recognized by the board. Regardless of where your career path takes you in the world, a degree from an accredited university like NUCB will be recognized and well-respected by employers and institutions worldwide.
The NUCB Center for International Affairs arranges a comprehensive program of cultural and business-related trips and activities for our incoming international exchange students. These are often entirely or substantially subsidized by the university.
Trips and activities vary by semester but include: visit to the Toyota manufacturing plant, visit to World Heritage sites in Takayama and Shirakawa-go, visit to the Nagoya Dragons baseball team with VIP seats followed by a lecture from the marketing department, visit to beautiful Kyoto, traditional Japanese tea ceremony and ikebana flower arranging, NUCB's Sagamine Festival, and much more.
Exchange students had the chance to visit a local Japanese Kindergarten and promote internationalization. An unforgettable experience.
Undergraduate international exchange students study on the Global Leadership Program (GLP). The GLP is one of the largest English-taught curricula in Japan, comprising over 40 different business and liberal arts courses, as well as Japanese language courses each year.
For more details on the GLP and to view our course syllabus, please click below.
We offer levels of semester-long elementary and intermediate Japanese language courses at the Nagoya campus. Higher levels of Japanese language courses are available at Nisshin campus for those who would like to pursue more advanced language study.
This course aims at giving an overview of coherent knowledge regarding recent climate change policies in East Asia including Japan, China and Korea.
To do this, at first, this course will review the basic concept of climate change, the history how the international community has responded with what kind of the major economic measurements. In addition, the major issues on the negotiation of climate change between different stance groups (i.e., different economic size of countries, or sectors /parties in a country) will be analyzed and reviewed.
After giving the focus on the policies in the target three countries, the class will expand its topic to the business side and their perspectives in responding the government policies and the international business trend will be discussed.
There is an increasing focus on the creation of innovation amongst large corporations, family businesses, and even startups. However, till date, there is a lack of understanding of how organizations or individuals can create innovation that meets end users’ needs. The means towards innovation is more than just applying a “problem-solving” approach.
Corporate practitioners are required to learn a new form of methodological approach that enables them to think and create new products and services that are both user-centric and innovative.
Increase awareness and concepts of Design Thinking
Gain essential competencies in communicating solutions to stakeholders and creating prototypes
Gain 6-months experience to study and create solutions for real ventures or non-profit–organisations using various communication means, such as teleconferencing or social media
This course aims to provide a general understanding of cultural differences in the way people’s mind and behavior works from a social and cultural psychological perspective.
Please note that, although the current course name is Mind and Behavior in East Asia, this is not limited to psychology in the region, but inclusive of the general cultural frameworks around the world.
This course aims to explore and develop the processes of creative and critical thinking and apply them to social issues and complex business problems. To effectively find a solution to problems faced in the 21st century requires both originality and the questioning of assumptions.
Innovative ideas to solve real social needs should always come from individuals or groups that are able to apply their expertise and experience.In this class we will examine the steps that creative and critical thinkers take in approaching problems; practicing questioning skills, brainstorming skills, and then prioritizing and self-reflecting skills that lead to the solution of problems. We will do this through relevant cases drawn from social policy, political and international disputes, and both successful and failed business ventures.
NUCB undergraduate and graduate exchange students enjoyed a “rice planting” experience in Ena city in Gifu prefecture, one of the most beautiful agricultural sites in Japan.
Greater Nagoya is Japan’s third largest metropolitan area after Tokyo and Osaka. Home to front-running companies such as Toyota, the city and its surroundings are clean, safe, and an exciting area to live in. Located in central Japan, the region functions as the transportation hub of the country making travel to other destinations fast and easy. Moreover, because the area was once the home of warlords in Japan’s ancient times, it is rich in historical sites and Japanese traditional culture, attracting many tourists. A World Heritage site, Shirakawa-go, is within easy reach, and the city of Kyoto is located only 35 minutes away by Shinkansen. As such, Greater Nagoya is a place where a well-balanced synergy between modern and traditional cultures exist.
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Undergraduate classes are held at our Nisshin Campus. Opened in 1968, fifteen years after the formal establishment of NUCB, it is located just east of the city of Nagoya in the rural area of Nisshin city. Nisshin Campus houses a central administration office with a Mosburger and 7-Eleven on the ground floor. Nearby, the Community Pavilion hosts space for meetings, dining occasions, and entertaining special guests to the university. Spread out all over the campus, academic buildings include lecture halls, classrooms, and research centers as well as the Active Learning Center, the Center for Global Communications, the Central Information Center, the General Language Education Center, and the International Exchange Center. Furthermore, the campus includes full athletic facilities to support the many sports and clubs at NUCB. These include two baseball fields, seven tennis courts, a soccer pitch, an American football field, an archery range and a gymnasium.
Nagoya is a center of manufacturing craftsmanship, with strong connections to the automotive, aircraft, and industrial robot industries. A distinctive food culture exists full of local delicacies such as kishimen (noodles), tebasaki (chicken wings), misomikomi udon(miso boiled udon), and much more. Nagoya’s population density is only one-third of that of Tokyo or Osaka. The city has a number of lush parks that are great for enjoying the weather, jogging, or taking part in the many seasonal events that are held in the city. It’s also a great place for enjoying professional sporting events such as baseball and soccer as well as the annual Nagoya Tournament of the Japan Sumo Association. There are many well-known tourist spots, such as Hida-Takayama in Gifu or Ise and Toba in Mie, which are easily reached by train from Nagoya. Nagoya also has a well-developed public transportation network of subway and bus lines that make commuting or shopping very easy.
Upon application to NUCB, students are automatically allocated a comfortable, single occupancy room in one of NUCB’s international student residences. Meito Dormitory is set in a modern building in the Meito Ward, at the East end of Nagoya City, with easy access to the Sakae entertainment district. Each student room has electronic pass-key locking, bed and bedding, closet, kitchenette, desk and chair, desk lamp, toilet, bath and shower, bookshelves, AC/heater, refrigerator and freezer, balcony and free WIFI access. Washing machines and dryers are shared by floor. As Japanese students live in this dormitory, it is a good choice for those who are interested in making Japanese friends.
Higashiyama Annex Residence is located in a quiet area of Nagoya, outside the city core, called Higashiyama. It is a shared house with 2 living rooms with a wide kitchen attached to each, as well as 2 bathrooms, 1 shower room, and 4 restrooms. It also offers 8 individual rooms, equally divided between Japanese and Exchange female students. Higashiyama Annex is a good opportunity for exchange students to learn Japanese lifestyle and other culture through living together with international and Japanese housemates.
Chiyoda Residence is primarily used as the international dormitory and provides accommodation for 94 international undergraduate and graduate students. Each individual room is fully furnished, including bed and bedding, closet, kitchenette, washing machine, desk and chair, desk lamp, toilet, bath and shower, bookshelves, AC/heater, refrigerator and freezer, balcony and free WIFI access. This residence is located in central Nagoya, so students enjoy the lifestyle of living in near Osu Kannon, Sakae and Tsuruma Park.
NUCB offers housing scholarships to a certain number of exchange students each term. Students are not required to apply for these scholarships as they are automatically considered upon application to NUCB. Please note that many factors are taken into consideration for scholarships allocation – GPA, Letter of Motivation, and resume (all documents you will need to provide in your application). We cannot guarantee that all students will receive a scholarship.
Hi, my name is Byambasuren Jargalsaikhan and I am from Mongolia. Currently, I am studying business administration program at Stockholm University in Sweden. NUCB gives us a unique opportunity to experience the cultural diversity in Japan.
I'm Alessandra Huydts, I am German/Dutch and I study at Rotterdam School of Management. Experiencing new cultures, meeting new people, learning in a different environment and evolving as a result of these outside influences are some of the main reasons I want to go to Japan, specifically NUCB.
My name is Irmantas, I was born in Lithuania but I'm French. I am studying political science, law, and economics in Sciences Po Lille, France. It is currently my 3rd year of studies out of 5.
Talha Ahmed Sheikh, Institute of Business Management
My name is Talha Ahmed Sheikh. I am from Pakistan. I am currently enrolled in Institute of Business Management and perusing my bachelor's degree in business administration.
John Hlady, McMaster University
My name is John Hlady, and I am from Canada! I am majoring in Accounting and working towards a CPA designation at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario Canada.
Radzevich Lizaveta, St. Petersburg University
My name is Lizaveta Radzevich, I am a 3rd-year student of Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg. My major is finance, stock markets, to be more precise.
Thais Miasiro, Insper
Hello! My name is Thaís Hatsumi Miasiro and I am from São Paulo, Brazil. I am 20 years old and I'm at the last year of Business Management at Insper.
Maria Victoria Perez, University of Navarra
My name is Maria Victoria and I am from Spain. If you have the opportunity to study abroad I really recommend it. You will not only improve your language skills but also you will make good friends.
Shiza Syed, Institute of Business Management
I'm Shiza Syed, half Japanese and half Pakistani. NUCB not only focuses on academics but also on teaching us about the Japanese culture and its beautiful scenic places.
Jason Chu, University of Alberta
My name is Jason. I'm originally from Canada. I thought that the NUCB would be the perfect place to gain a broader perspective of the business world. My experience at NUCB thus far has been incredible.
Chloe Deraedt, IESEG
Hey! I am Chloe and I come from France. I fell in love with Japan five years ago and I always wanted to go back there since. NUCB Japanese students are really welcoming and interested in making new friends!
Lena Geesmann, Munster University
My name is Lena and I am 21 years old. Experiencing a completely different teaching method, having a big course selection and establishing a close relationship with Japanese professors were only a few arguments to study at NUCB.
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