Join the Master of Science program
NUCB Business School is the first MBA program in Japan to hold dual accreditation from both AACSB and the Association of MBAs. All NUCB programs have been ranked 1st in Japan and among the Top 10 MBA Programs in Asia according to Eduniversal ranking.
The additional degree program is for students who are enrolled in the Graduate MBA Program here at ZSEM. The first year will be spent in ZSEM and the second year at Nagoya University of Commerce and Business. Upon successful completion of the course of studies, the degree-seeking students will receive the degree at the Master’s level from Nagoya University of Commerce and Business and a Master of Business Administration degree from ZSEM.
Get a MBA degree in any specialization at ZSEM and an Master of Science at Nagoya University of Commerce & Business (NUCB), Japan.
Nagoya University has 1 available place for ZSEM students per year.
The program fee for the program is 2.400,00 euro.
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All graduate school campuses are located in the heart of the three major cosmopolitan cities in
Japan: Nagoya, Tokyo, and Osaka. The Nisshin undergraduate campus is located in the suburbs of Nagoya surrounded by nature, an optimal place of learning. There you can find IS Building, Central Information Center, Athletics Field and School Amenities.
Fully furnished, single-occupancy rooms create a comfortable living environment. Located in
downtown Nagoya, NUCB’ s Chiyoda Dormitory has a convenient 24/7 independent access and
is a 3 minute walk to the nearest station.
Notable sites in Aichi include the Meiji Mura open-air architectural museum in Inuyama, which preserves historic buildings from Japan’s Meiji and Taishō periods, including the
reconstructed lobby of Frank Lloyd Wright’s old Imperial Hotel (which originally stood in Tokyo from 1923 to 1967). Other sites in Aichi include the tour of the Toyota car factory in the city by the same name, the monkey park in Inuyama, and the castles in Nagoya, Okazaki, Toyohashi, and Inuyama. Because of Aichi’s location along the Eastern seacoast, there are some scenic spots, but other than the Atsumi Peninsula surf beaches there are no significant beach destinations when compared to neighboring Shizuoka Prefecture. Most attractions are man-made destinations, dealing with the region’s history.