Sanbongi Dormitory Voice: Ngan, Vietnam
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Our university offers international dormitories where both Japanese and international students reside - fostering an international community both on and off-campus where students can develop independence, a sense of responsibility, and diverse values.
Each dormitory is conveniently located for academic and club activities, allowing students to enjoy a safe and comfortable student life. We interviewed Ngan an international student on our Japanese track who joined us from Quoc Hoc Hue High School for Gifted Students in Vietnam in 2022. She is currently living in Sanbongi Dormitory.
My parents recommended that I study in Japan
My parents thought that the quality of education in Japan was good and recommended that I study in Japan. I attended an information session hosted by JAPAN STUDY SUPPORT and learned about NUCB. I was interested because of the Faculty of Commerce, where I could study marketing through the case method of learning. I also decided to enroll because of the beautiful campus. Currently, I am a member of the Sagamine Festival Executive Committee, which has not only expanded my circle of friends but also helped me improve my Japanese language skills.
Living alone abroad
For my first time living in Japan, I entered the international dormitory so that I could commute to school in peace. The international dormitory is a private space where I can spend my time cooking, cleaning, and enjoying my hobbies. I have made friends from many different countries and I am enjoying a fulfilling student life. In the future, I plan to try the speech contest on campus, and after graduation I would like to work in a job planning commodity trading in Japan, making use of what I have learned at NUCB.
Unique Scholarship Program
NUCB has a unique student dormitory scholarship system as one of its student support programs. The scholarship is available to all students regardless if they are applying from within Japan or overseas, students can enter the dormitory from as low as 10,000 yen per month.