Nagoya Gakuin University
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Nagoya Gakuin University (名古屋学院大学 Nagoya Gakuin Daigaku ) is a small, private university located in Nagoya, Japan (名古屋市). Founded in 1887 by Dr. Frederick C. Klein, an American Methodist minister, Nagoya Gakuin University follows the principles of “fearing God and loving people” in trying to educate students "to become virtuous and gentle people with care and love."
Additionally, NGU has exchange agreements with universities around the world in 8 different countries: Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, China, Taiwan, Thailand, the United States and Canada. Approximately 30 exchange students come to Nagoya Gakuin University every semester, and around 200 Japanese students participate in the university's study abroad programs each year.
Adjacent to Shirotori Park (白鳥公園), and walking distance from Nagoya Congress Center (名古屋国際会議場), the Hibino campus houses dormitories, tennis courts, and an on-campus church. Exchange students coming from abroad to study at NGU also reside on-campus in the International Seminar House.
Geographically, Nagoya Gakuin University is located at Coordinates:
Nagoya Gakuin University has over fifty athletic, cultural and social organizations available for students to participate in. Additionally, martial arts such as Karate, Judo, Kendo and Shorinji Kempo are available.
Each autumn, NGU holds its annual school festival, featuring events and activities organized by both the Japanese and international students.
- CIEP - Center for International Exchange Programs
- IJS - Institute for Japanese Studies
- Faculty of Commerce
- Department of Commerce
- Department of Information Business and Communication
- Faculty of Economics
- Department of Economics
- Department of Policy Studies
- Faculty of Foreign Studies
- Department of English
- Department of Chinese Communication
- Department of International Culture and Cooperation
- Faculty of Human Health
- Department of Health Science
- Department of Rehabilitation Science
- Graduate School of Economics and Business Administration
- Nagoya Gakuin University Homepage (Japanese)