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NCC Education Announce Progression Route with Nagoya University of Commerce and Business

Progression Routes with Nagoya University of Commerce and Business

NCC Education are delighted to announce new progression route to Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, Japan. 

Established in 1953, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, known as NUCB for short, is a private university located in Nisshin, Aichi, which borders with the metropolis of Nagoya – Japan’s third largest metropolis after Tokyo and Osaka. 

Home to over 3,000 students, NUCB’s student community includes a cohort of international students from over 35 different countries. 


As well as superb academic facilities and stunning locationthe Nisshin campus features full athletic facilities to support many sports and clubstwo baseball fields, seven tennis courts, a soccer pitch, an American football field, an archery range, and a gymnasium. 

A member of the Business Graduates Association, NUCB was the first undergraduate school in Japan to be AACSBaccreditedplacing them in the top 5% of schools worldwide. 

Upon completing the Level 3 International Foundation Diploma for Higher Education Studies (L3IFDHES), students may apply to NUCB’s Global Bachelor of Business Administration*. Taught 100% in English, the Global BBA curriculum encompasses a wide range of subjects in Management, Finance, Accounting, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, and Liberal Arts with a strong focus on Japan and Asia.  

Head of Partnerships at NCC EducationDermot FinnigansaysAs a premier private Business School, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business in Japan offers an outstanding English-taught BBA degree programme. This provides aexciting opportunity for L3IFDHES students wishing to further their studies in Japan.” 

*Applications are on a rolling basis and are judged holistically. Offers will be made on a case by case basis, subject to minimum entry requirements.  


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