Aichi, Nisshin, Komenokicho, 三ケ峯4-4
Last modified on May 11th, 2023
Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, founded by Dr. Yuichi Kurimoto in 1953, is a private university operated by the Kurimoto Educational Institution and situated in Nisshin, just outside Japan’s third-largest city, Nagoya. Animated by the “Frontier Spirit,” symbolizing the strong spirit of being at the frontier of knowledge and communications, the NUCB family of schools includes the NUCB Undergraduate School and the Graduate School of Management, NUCB Business School. Alongside the university’s strong commitment to excellence in case method teaching and research are its internalization efforts, from which it has developed alliances with international institutions in Asia, Europe, North America, and Latin America, and emerged as the first and currently only Japanese business school to be accredited by AACSB in 2006, AMBA in 2009, and EQUIS in 2021, thus achieving the renowned Triple Crown accreditation status in 15 years’ time.
The goal of our programs is to cultivate highly skilled professionals with a global perspective, a strong sense of ethics, and the ability to lead and contribute positively to the international business community.
The MBA and MSc programs of the NUCB Business School are characterized by an emphasis on practical education, employing the case method to provide a higher quality of education and research, as certified by all three major international accreditation organizations (AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS) and ranked #1 in Japan by QS and the Financial Times. Triple-accredited business schools worldwide represent the top 1% of management education institutions, and are required to raise standards for excellence worldwide with continuous improvements guided by their educational mission.
The BBA program is designed to provide students with a broad knowledge in a variety of core business subjects. We provide an innovative and diverse program based on participant-centered learning that will help students develop the necessary business acumen to help them launch their careers. Studying business administration through the case and field methods will help develop competencies in accounting, management, ethics, marketing, strategy, and soft skills such as leadership, teamwork, and critical thinking.
For students new to Japan, Nagoya and Nisshin are the ideal starting point for exploring all the country has to offer, as well as the country’s manufacturing and production hub. Learning opportunities both in and out of the classroom take the form of company visits, guest speakers, and cultural enrichment experiences organized by the school’s dedicated team of international affairs coordinators.