Mission Statement

Our mission is to educate innovative and ethical leaders who possess a ʻFrontier Spiritʼ and to create knowledge that advances business and society. Our graduate students will have the ability to bridge the gap between New Asia and the rest of the world.


Academic Programs

This school was launched in 1990 when it was referred to as the “NUCB Graduate School of Management Information“. Since that time, NUCB Graduate School has evolved into the “NUCB Business School” where today it is comprised of four postgraduate programs offering the MSc, MBA, and EMBA degrees as well as non-degree executive education.

Executive MBA - JP

The Executive MBA (EMBA), launched first in Japan in 2003, aims to develop core corporate talent for society through the business school. Over 1,000 next-generation leaders have taken part in our EMBA lectures. This EMBA Program is considered the flagship program of the NUCB Business School.


Utilizing the 'Weekend MBA' course structure at the NUCB Business School, all lectures are held on Saturdays and Sundays and each class is completed in four days over two weekends. Case Writing Project is a seminar aimed at giving students a chance to analyze their study results and report on what they have learned through practice.

MSc in Management - EN

Targeting both pre-experience participants, this program is delivered as a full-time in English. The goal of the MSc degree program is to instill in our students the motivation for embarking upon or enhancing successful and rewarding careers in global business environments.

MSc in Taxation - JP

We train sophisticated tax accountants who are proficient at providing advice to the customer on key management issues. Up to three subjects can be exempted from the Licensed Tax Accountant Examination for students enrolled in this program.

Executive Education

Open enrollment and customized programs are offered to individuals, company employees and corporate teams to take specialized courses or tracks that enable advanced leadership and management practices in as short as one-weekend per course for maximum utilization of the time and effort for today’s global business people.