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Farewell Party for International Students

With summer having started and the Spring semester gradually approaching its end, our students have been focusing on their studies to end the semester on a high note while NUCB International College's Bridging Programme (NIC's BP) students wrapped up their studies to prepare for their summer break prior to kicking off their IB Programme in September.

To commemorate their achievements over the last few months, the NUCB US and NIC threw a joint Farewell Party for all the BP students and the 193 undergraduate international students from 37 countries currently enrolled at our School.

Holding this event at NIC's boarding site, International House, on our Nisshin/Nagakute Campus), more than 200 people gathered, altogether with students, faculty and administrative staff, to celebrate everyone's journey and growth grandly. Enjoying both Japanese and international food that symbolized the diversity of our students and their strong connections within the NUCB Community, everyone mingled to reflect on their experience and learning thus far while planning ahead for the remaining time of this semester and the upcoming summer holidays to make the best of their time and the warm weather.

Over the course of this Spring semester, we transitioned from our hybrid classrooms to being fully on campus for our Global BBA program, which led to our campus bustling with intercultural and multilingual exchange amidst our student body, reflecting the global and diverse nature of our world.

NUCB Undergraduate School has a global partnership network with 120 partner schools across 52 countries with various short-term, exchange and double degree programs. Through these partnerships and programs, an important flow of students is established between our institutions that transcends borders for providing them with a diversified experience that will broaden their perspectives.