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Nagoya Campus

An Urban-type Campus for International Communication

Nagoya Campus
Aichi University opened its new Nagoya campus in April 2012 in the Sasashima Live 24 Redevelopment District close to Nagoya Station. In this district, which is positioned by Nagoya City as the base for international hospitality and exchange, the university has brought together three faculties of social sciences and two faculties of international studies. Some joint projects with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), also located in the same district, are already under way. The district is a place where people from around the globe gather, offering opportunities to be open to and get in contact with the world. This new cosmopolitan town bustling with the latest trends of the current era is home to the Nagoya campus.

Sasashima Live 24 Redevelopment District Playing Host to Many International Organizations and Global

Nagoya Campus
The Chubu region, where the auto and other industries have prospered for many decades, plays a key role not only in the Japanese economy but in the global economy as well. The Sasashima Live 24 Redevelopment District, situated in an midtown quarter about one kilometer south of the Nagoya Station area where many businesses and leading-edge commercial and cultural facilities concentrate, is being developed by Nagoya City, which aims to turn this district into its main gateway to the world. It also has good access to Chubu International Airport. A number of international bodies including the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), as well as various global companies and media organizations, concentrate in this new town, bringing an opportunity to learn in a trendy, cosmopolitan environment.

Open Space for Learning with Opportunities for Diverse People to Meet and Interact

The Nagoya campus, made up of a lecture building and a welfare building, has a rich set of facilities and equipment dedicated to learning and research activities. Its area is wide enough to accommodate a total of a little over 1,000 students per floor. In addition, the "Campus Mall," a half open-air space between the lecture and welfare buildings aimed at promoting human exchange, is open to the general public as well. The mall also plays host to various local events. These features make the Nagoya campus a space of learning that is open to both the local community and the world.

Easy-to-commute University Closest to Nagoya Station

Nagoya Station has a concentration of public transportation facilities. Two subway lines (Higashiyama Line and Sakuradori Line) and city bus services offer good access from anywhere in the city. The JR, Meitetsu and Kintetsu railway lines are also available for smooth commuting from the Mikawa region as well as from Gifu and Mie Prefectures.

Campus Map

Nagoya Campus
M = Main Building(Research Building)
L = Lecture Building
W = Welfare Building

Institution

Concept of Development

Planning of a town that will be a cooperation base of industrial, administrative, and academic sectors connecting Greater Nagoya with the world.

Faculties