- Nagoya University (G30)
Nagoya University (G30)
In the central region of Japan called Chubu, a hub for high-tech innovation and industrial cooperation in the natural and applied sciences, can be found Nagoya University. Founded in 1871, it is today one of Japan’s top research institutions. Six Nobel laureates in Physics and Chemistry since 2001 made their discoveries in our laboratories. Today Nagoya University plays home to more than 16,000 students from Japan and around the world. Throughout its history, NU has maintained a free and vibrant academic culture. Its multi-disciplinary curriculum is designed to cultivate ethical leaders who are able to develop innovative solutions, through inquiry and analysis, with strong communication and teamwork skills to be productive members of the global environment. Nagoya University welcomes highly motivated students who share this vision to apply to our programs.