Global Campus, Global Talent: International Students at NUCB
We are proud to announce that as of April 2022, there are 193 international students from 37 different countries/regions studying at NUCB Undergraduate School making us one of the most diverse universities in Japan. Times Higher Education (THE) Japan University Rankings 2022, placed us as the best business school in Central Japan or our international environment.
NUCB places diversity and inclusion at the heart of its practices to bring unique voices to a student-led classroom to bring out the best environment for the Case Method. Diversity is also part of our diploma policy requiring students to understand the importance of geography, gender, generation, for example.
Diversity - Optimal Environment for Case Method
By learning with people from different backgrounds and cultures in the classroom, students gain a more comprehensive understanding of the subject matter. It also teaches students to consider perspectives and opinions beyond those they’ve already formed which promotes creativity, decision-making, and problem-solving skills to contribute to a diverse working environment. Diversity in the classroom doesn’t necessarily create harmony. Conversely, disagreement is crucial to the learning process, and this is where the role of the professor as facilitator comes in.
International Student Enrollment by Country/Region < as of April, 2022 >
|Country or Region||No. of International Students (Undergraduate)|
|People's Republic of China||52|
|Republic of Korea||27|
|Republic of Indonesia||11|
|Kingdom of Thailand||7|
|Socialist Republic of Viet Nam||5|
|United States of America||5|
|Republic of India||4|
|Kingdom of Spain||5|
|Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka||3|
|United Mexican States||3|
|Republic of Singapore||3|
|Federal Republic of Germany||2|
|Federative Republic of Brazil||2|
|Republic of Austria||2|
|Republic of the Philippines||2|
|Kingdom of Sweden||2|
|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland||2|
|Republic of Kazakhstan||1|
|Republic of Yemen||1|
|Kingdom of Cambodia||1|
|Republic of Costa Rica||1|
|Republic of Italy||1|
|Republic of Uzbekistan||1|
|Republic of Bulgaria||1|
|Republic of Poland||1|
|Republic of Latvia||1|
- The term "International Student" denotes those students who possess a "student visa".
- The above table does not include: 63 Domestic International Students (foreign nationals), 18 non-"student visa" International Students (long-term residents, permanent residents, etc.) or Japanese nationals on the Global BBA Program.