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Nisshin/Nagakute Campus

For the first time, all our guests are invited to treat their palate during a lunch experience at the International House. Food lovers will appreciate tasting the same meal that is served to our boarders.

NUCB International College will be holding a new Open Campus on Saturday, 4 June. This is an opportunity for students to get a first insight into what life as a border in a multicultural college environment will be like at our campus. With construction works completed last April, we invite everyone for an exclusive visit inside our Boarding House and School buildings.

Date and time:
Saturday, 4 June 2022, 10:00〜13:00 (tentative)

NUCB Nisshin/Nagakute Campus
4-4 Sagamine Komenoki-cho, Nisshin-shi, Aichi 470-0193 Japan

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  • School Information Session

    We will show you the value and appeal of our boarding house, the International Baccalaureate education and the MBA case method.

  • Case Method Mock Lesson

    This is your chance to experience the case method teaching approach. We have selected a topic adapted to high school students so that everyone can immediately actively participate.

  • Aerial Campus Tour with Drone

    Enjoy the beautiful view of our vast campus and its facilities from above.

  • Campus Tour

    You will be able to see the brand new teaching facilities and the international dormitory.

  • Individual Consultation

    If you have any questions regarding our programme, boarding house, admission procedure, scholarships, and such, our staff will be glad to answer them during an individual consultation. Let's clear up any doubts you have before the enrollment!

  • Lunch

    Lunch will be provided to all our guests. The same nutritious & well-balanced meal that our students enjoy every day at the International House.

Mock Lesson

”Young Entrepreneur with a Dream, 2022"

If you had something you wanted to buy what business idea could you create to earn the money?

Darron Gray

You will learn about a young American boy who started his own business to earn enough money to buy a Nintendo Switch. The business model is very simple, but he still had to overcome some problems. Students will work in groups to design their own business with a collective goal of buying something. Will it be successful? What problems will they face? How is teamwork important when solving these problems? We will deepen our thinking about business models and decision-making when in a group with a variety of perspectives.

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We look forward to your participation!

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Campus address:
4-4 Sagamine Komenoki-cho
Nisshin-shi,Aichi 470-0193 Japan
Distance from stations:
Kouen-nishi station: about 25 minutes on foot / 10 minutes by car
Akaike station: about 20 minutes by car
Komenoki station: about 15 minutes by car

Nagoya Station (about 1 hour)

  1. From Nagoya, take the Higashiyama Subway Line and get off at Fushimi.
  2. At Fushimi, transfer to the Tsurumai Line and get off at Komenoki (Meitetsu Toyota Line direct connection).
  3. From Komenoki, take the Meitetsu Bus and get off at NUCB Undergraduate School.

Central Japan International Airport (about 1 hour and 40 minutes)

  1. From Central Japan International Airport, take the Meitetsu Airport Line and get off at Kanayama.
  2. From Kanayama, transfer to the Meijo Subway Line and get off at Kamimaezu.
  3. At Kamimaezu, transfer to the Tsurumai Subway Line and get off at Komenoki(direct connection to the Meitetsu Toyota Line).
  4. Take the Meitetsu Bus from Komenoki and get off at NUCB Undergraduate School.

Using School Bus

It takes approximately 40-45 minutes from Nagoya city center to our Campus via train and bus. The easiest and most convenient way to access the campus is by the following route: Higashiyama Line to Fujigaoka Station. Exit the Higashiyama Line to take the Linimo Train to Koen Nishi station. From there, NUCB runs buses daily - a ride takes 5 minutes. Please check this schedule or contact admissions for futher information.

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