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 Campus Life

Where is UN located?

SASEBO CAMPUS
An environment where you can freely and comfortably learn while feeling the sea breeze of the 99 Islands

The Department of Business Administration/the Department of Regional Development are located in a rich environment enwrapped in light and wind, and near to Saikai National Park, which is famous due to the 99 Islands. On the campus, there is a main street overflowing with greenery, and an annex library that town residents are also allowed to use. Within the neighborhood is the Sasebo City General Sports Ground and the Matsuura Railway (MR) Station making the area very convenient for daily life.


SIEBOLD CAMPUS
A space where a beautiful campus is combined with specialized facilities

The campus, which is located on top of the Manabino hills, has a strong sense of spaciousness. The school buildings, which shine in the blue sky, are beautifully lined up and show off a view of the seasons through their hydrangeas and other plants. In addition, a full range of facilities are provided, such as various practice and seminar rooms for the deepening of specialized learning. This campus is a place where you can clearly feel your growth every day.

About Sasebo City

  • About Sasebo City
Sasebo City, where the University of Nagasaki Siebold Campus is located, has the second largest population in Nagasaki Prefecture. There are various famous locations, such as the theme park "Huis Ten Bosch," which boasts the largest land area of all the theme parks in Japan; and the 99 Islands, Japan's most clustered archipelago. Sasebo has prospered since ancient times as a port town, and even now experiences a lively international culture due to the established American Naval Base.

About Nagayo / Nagasaki City

  • About Nagayo
University of Nagasaki Siebold Campus is located in Nishisonogi-gun, Nagayo-cho. Neighboring Nagasaki City, where the prefectural government is located, Nagayo-cho has been working towards developing itself into a town that fits the slogan of "the city where people want to live, want to continue living, and are glad they live most in Japan" since 2016. Nagayo-cho is famous for its more than 200 years of proud history as a producer of mandarin oranges, and has also recently begun the raising and harvesting of olives for the production of olive oil.

  • About Nagasaki City
Near to Nishisonogi-gun, Nagayo-cho, where the University of Nagasaki Siebold Campus is located, is Nagasaki City. Nagasaki City holds the largest population in the prefecture and the offices of the prefectural government. Due to the large number of Christian structures and stories of the figures in history who ushered in the end of the Tokugawa era, Nagasaki City is a place with a tangible sense of history. Furthermore, in 2012 it was named as one of the top three night views in the world, along with Hong Kong and Monaco. In addition, Philipp Franz von Siebold, the German doctor who is called "the father of modern medicine in Japan" due to his efforts of education in western medicine and biology, and for whom the University of Nagasaki Siebold Campus is named, lived in the city.

Campus Life of UN International Student

Example Day of an International Student

7 am - Get up/get dressed

8 am - Take the bus to school

9 am - Japanese Language Class

12 am - Lunch in the cafeteria

1 pm - Other classes

4 pm - Part-time job

8 pm - Return home/studies

11 pm - Go to bed
Japanese Language Courses

  • UN offers a comprehensive selection of Japanese courses each semester.

1st (Spring) Semester
Japanese IA, IIA, IIIA, IVA, VA, VIA, VIIA

2nd (Fall) Semester
Japanese IB, IIB, IIIB, IVB, VB, VIB, VIIB
Japanese Studies II


Lunch Provided at the University Cafeteria


  • A buffet-style cafeteria that can accommodate up to 400 people.
    This is where students gather.

Housing Information

UN Off-Campus Dormitories *In some situations rent costs may change slightly.

Sasebo Campus / Ogata-cho Dormitory

Housing information

  • Number of Rooms: 16 (all rooms private/studio)
  • Cost: 18,100 yen (water, electricity, internet, and NHK broadcasting fees included)
  • Accommodations in all rooms: light fixtures, air conditioning, shower with attached bathtub, toilet with attached washlet, television, water heater, kitchen (IH heater), refrigerator, microwave oven, rice cooker, washing machine, bed, futon set, table, chair, closet etc.
  • Public accommodations: lounge. Attached kitchen, bathroom etc. for residents only
  • How to get to the University: 7 minutes on foot
  • How to get to downtown: 25 minutes by train from Matsuura Railway MR University Station (15 minutes on foot) to downtown

Siebold Campus / Ogi-machi Dormitory

Housing information

  • Number of rooms: 5 (shared)
  • Cost: 21,400 yen (water, electricity, internet, and NHK broadcasting fees included)
  • Accommodations in all rooms: light fixtures, bed, futon set, table, chair, closet etc.
  • Public accommodations: shower with attached bathtub, toilet, television, water heater, IH heater, refrigerator, microwave oven, rice cooker, washing machine, living/dining, study etc.
  • How to get to the University: up to 15 minutes by bus

Siebold Campus / Miyoshi-machi Dormitory

Housing information

  • Number of rooms: 20 (shared) - 5 rooms in each of 4 buildings
  • Cost: 11,400 yen (water, electricity, internet, and NHK broadcasting fees included)
  • Accommodations in all rooms: light fixtures, bed, futon set, table, chair, closet etc.
  • Public accommodations: shower with attached bathtub, toilet, television, water heater, IH heater, refrigerator, microwave oven, rice cooker, washing machine, living/dining etc.
  • How to get to the university: up to 30 minutes by bus

Housing

  • Housing is introduced at all campus co-ops.
    Market Rent (reference)
    Sasebo Campus area: 25,000 to 40,000 yen
    Siebold Campus area: 30,000 to 45,000 yen


Finances

  • About Engagement in Activities other than Those Permitted Under the Holders' Prior Status of Residence: for exchange students under the resident status of "student," a part-time job of up to 28 hours a week may be held with prior permission. (Please visit the visa page for details)
  • Part-time income: income varies depending on the student, but most exchange students who hold a part-time job make between 50,000 and 80,000 yen a month.
  • Part-time employment information: part-time employment information is introduced at university co-ops.
  • Other: financial support (both scholarships and student loans) are available. For details, please contact the Student Support Department.

Calendar for International Students

Campus Calendar
Nagasaki Prefecture Event Calendar

Clubs/Circles Introduction

Center for International Education

The Center aims to function as a window of international interchange and to promote exchange with counterparts in other countries through study-abroad programs and language training for its own students as well as acceptance of foreign nationals for study and research courses. Another objective is improved education in foreign languages through implementation of research related to education and practical instruction.

Access

Sasebo Campus

Campus life freely and thoroughly enjoyed by all students, accented by pleasant breezes from the sea.

123 Kawashimo-cho, Sasebo, Nagasaki 858-8580, JAPAN
TEL +81-956-47-2191 / FAX +81-956-47-6941

Siebold Campus

Campus life oriented toward personal growth and vision achievement under wide blue skies.

1-1-1 Manabino, Nagayo-cho, Nishi-Sonogi-gun, Nagasaki 851-2195, JAPAN
TEL +81-95-813-5500 / FAX +81-95-813-5220
Sasebo Campus
123 Kawashimo-cho, Sasebo, Nagasaki 858-8580, JAPAN
TEL +81-956-47-2191 / FAX +81-956-47-6941

Siebold Campus
1-1-1 Manabino, Nagayo-cho, Nishi-Sonogi-gun, Nagasaki 851-2195, JAPAN
TEL +81-95-813-5500 / FAX +81-95-813-5220
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