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How can I get to the campus?

Nisshin City, Aichi Prefecture, where NUCB International College has its school building and international dormitory, is about 30 minutes by car from Nagoya Station and about one hour by public transport.

For detailed information on how to get here, please see here.

What is the campus like?

The school is located in a place that is rich in greenery and allows students to feel the beautiful four seasons of Japan first hand. In the spring, the entire campus is colored with beautiful cherry blossoms, and in early summer, azaleas bloom in colors of white, pink, and red. Many students enjoy eating on the outdoor terrace and enjoying the wealth of nature.

Can I visit the campus and dormitory?

Yes. Prospective students and parents are recommended to come to the campus and visit the school in advance. As reservations are required, please contact the office if you wish to make an appointment.

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What is Active Learning & The Case Method?

It means participant-centered learning, and the case method is known as one of its representative methods. Compared to passive learning which is a teacher-centered educational method, active learning or Participant Centered Learning as it is called in Europe and the United States has been established as an educational method for a wide range of people, including high school students, university students, professionals, and corporate executives.

What kind of teachers are hired?

We hire teachers who:

  1. have experience in IB teaching
  2. have a master's degree
  3. speak English almost perfectly.

How many students will be admitted?

Three classes of 75 students per grade (co-education), with a maximum of 25 students per class, suitable for active learning.

What languages are available on campus?

All classes will be conducted in English, unless you choose to take other language classes. No language is specified on campus, but as a matter of etiquette, the use of a common language is recommended.

What month does the school year begin?

The new academic year begins in September every year. An orientation for new students is held in the first week of September. After graduating from Japanese junior high schools in March, new students join the Bridging Programme from April, preparing them for the September start of the school year.