Nagoya University of Commerce & Business

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Nagoya University of Commerce and Business
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Aerial view of the NUCB campus
MottoFrontier Spirit
Type Private
Established1935; university from 1953
Chancellor Hiroyuki Kurimoto
Aichi Prefecture
CampusNisshin, Nagoya
Colors Green & Gold   
Affiliations AACSB

Nagoya University of Commerce & Business (Japanese : 名古屋商科大学, Nagoya shōka daigaku), also called NUCB Undergraduate School, is a non-profit Japanese private university in Nisshin, Aichi, in the Tokai region of Japan.



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NUCB Nisshin Campus Community Pavilion

The school was established by Yuichi Kurimoto in 1953. [1] In 1968 it moved to Nisshin, in the Tokai region.[ citation needed ] In 2001, a second campus was opened in downtown Nagoya.[ citation needed ]

The Kurimoto Japanese Garden of the University of Alberta in Canada is named after Kurimoto. [2]


The school has been accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business since 2006.[ citation needed ] The NUCB Business School is the only school in Japan to be triple-accredited. [3] [ failed verification ]

It is also accredited by the Japan University Accreditation Association. [4]

Notes and references

  1. "Fantastic voyage". Folio News Story. Alberta University. January 6, 2006. Retrieved July 26, 2022.
  2. "Kurimoto Japanese Garden". University of Alberta Botanic Garden. Alberta University. Archived from the original on 2022-07-27. Archived July 27, 2022.
  3. "Triple accredited business schools (AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)". MBA Today.
  4. NUCB Undergraduate School March 26 2021

Coordinates: 35°09′07.71″N136°59′41.34″E / 35.1521417°N 136.9948167°E / 35.1521417; 136.9948167

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