World-Class Education in Japan
There are more than 10,000 management education programs in the world and there are considerable differences in the content and quality of education provided by each school. International associations, such as AACSB International and AMBA, accredit business schools which meet their strict standards for the quality of education.
The quality of business education is also highly valued in the international business community, and since we are accredited by three globally recognized higher education organizations we ensure that the degree you earn at NUCB is of the highest quality and consistently meets or exceeds the requirements of these prestigious associations.
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.
All of NUCB's part time programs ranked 1st in Japan three years in a row and among the best in Asia by Eduniversal’s “Best Masters Ranking 2017”. Furthermore, we received high evaluation of first in Asia in two departments of Entrepreneurship and Taxation for this year.
A global survey of 5,000 international recruiters, 800,000 students and 10,000 representatives from 1,000 academic institutions from 154 countries, is used to evaluate over 12,000 postgraduate programs each year.
The Eduniversal ranking is based on three main criteria. The first criteria is the reputation of the program at recruiting companies and the communication with these companies. The second criteria measures the salary of first employment after graduation. The third criteria is the student satisfaction and to which level the feedback of students is taken into account to improve the program.
|Business Innovation Program||Entrepreneurship||1st||1st|
|Tax Accountant Program||Taxation||1st||1st|
|General Manager Program||Execuitve MBA||3rd||1st|
|Global Leader Program||Full-time MBA||7th||1st|
Nagoya University of Commerce & Business has been recognized as one of the world’s top schools and was awarded 4 palms by Eduiversal rankings
This university ranking is based on the following question to 1,000 business schools in 154 countries:
Q. Which school would you most recommend to a person who wants to study in this country
Eduniversal also takes into consideration the internationalization level of each school, namely international certification (AACSB, AMBA, etc.) and the status of participation in international organizations (EFMD in Europe, AAPBS in Asia, etc.).
|5th||Nagoya University of Commerce and Business|
|6th||Tokyo University of Science|
Nagoya University of Commerce welcomes international students from more than 127 schools across 54 countries. Due to a diverse range of students, our university offers a range of Japanese classes from basic level to advanced. We focus on improving your ability to read, write, speak and listen through high-quality lessons from experienced teachers. We also have a 1-year language Institute for those that want to advance their Japanese ability. I hope you choose NUCB as your choice to study abroad where we can build a strong foundation for your bright future.
※ For information please visit Professor Isono's website of Japanese Language Education. Isono Eiji Laboratory
In 2006 NUCB was awarded accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) which it successfully maintained after a standard review process in 2013. 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. This dual accreditation has allowed the NUCB graduate school to stand out as the first and only institution in Japan to hold both accreditations
AACSB Accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide and a guarantee of the quality of education.
Less than 5 percent of the more than 16,000 schools worldwide granting business degrees have earned AACSB Accreditation.
AACSB-accredited schools have the highest-quality faculty, deliver relevant and challenging curriculum, and provide educational and career opportunities that are not found at other business schools.
The Association of MBAs (AMBA) is a global organization founded in 1967 which focuses primarily on international business school accreditation and membership.
Based in London, AMBA is one of the three main global accreditation bodies in business education and styles itself as the world's impartial authority on postgraduate management education.
AMBA accreditation is the global standard for all MBA, DBA and Master's degrees, currently accrediting programs from the top 2% of business schools in over 70 countries.
Launched at the 2007 UN Global Compact Leaders Summit in Geneva, the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative is the largest organized relationship between the United Nations and business schools.
The goal of PRME is to inspire and champion responsible management education, research and thought leadership.
Supported by the framework of PRME's six principles, we develop business leaders who can manage the complex business and social challenges of the 21st century.
There's no best path to business success. It largely depends on innovative ideas and strength of execution.
To evoke innovative ideas, our "Urban Center Course" focuses on active learning through the use of case studies to foster frontier talent who have the practical ability to solve real world problems.
This innovative method of teaching engages students in activities such as discussions, group work, and presentations which are essential in the business world. This participant led learning method is in contrast to the standard one-way faculty led mode of instruction.
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 Nisshin campus takes advantage of the suburban area, with parking lots and student dormitories available on campus.
Nisshin, located just east of the city of Nagoya, sets a rural backdrop for the campus facilities that resembles many American and European university campuses, providing a calm and quiet environment that is very suitable for students to pursue their studies. There are many other schools in the area, as well as access to great shops and restaurants.
Active Learning Center
General Language Education Center
Central Information Center
Millennium Gate (front gate)
Greater Nagoya is Japan's third largest metropolitan area after Tokyo and Osaka. Home to front-running companies such as Toyota, Greater Nagoya is clean, safe, and an exciting area to live in. Located in central Japan, Greater Nagoya 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.
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), misonikomi (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.
NUCB has established a strong network of global partnerships with some of the world's most prestigious universities, a so-called "Global Campus," a key strategy to remain successful in a competitive globalized environment.
We are fully committed to cultivating scholars with a truly diverse academic experience proactively engaging in faculty exchanges, collaborative research, double degrees, and a student exchange program.
とても素晴らしい施設や大きなキャンパスに加え、質の高い教員や学生主体の参加型授業というのは一生懸命学ぼうというやる気がでます。 これから留学を考えているみなさんは学生だけでなく教授やスタッフともとても良い関係になれます。名古屋商科大学は様々な国から来る留学生に対し、とてもフレンドリーにしてくれますし、歓迎してくれます。 名古屋商科大学はカリキュラムだけでなく、学生一人一人に対して手厚いサポートをしてくれます。
名古屋商科大学の強みの一つとして、一般的な大きな大学では難しい、 学生主体の参加型の授業があることです。異なる考えの組み合わせや解決策を 見つけるこの経験は将来ビジネスで成功するための強みになります。 名古屋商科大学での学びを将来の目標でもあるサウジアラビアと日本の企業の 架け橋となる貿易会社を作るために活かしていきたいと思います。 また、茶道や地域の高校への訪問など交流を通じて私たち留学生が日本の文化をより深く学ぶための様々なアクティビティが非常に充実しています。名古屋は日本の中央なので、アクセスが良く、東西南北どこにでも行きやすいため、快適に観光したり日本を体験することができるのも魅力です。
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