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 The University’s new building is distinguished by a central space that can be used freely by both students and residents of the surrounding community, including an entrance hall, library, and cafeteria. The campus, which features a barrier-free design, serves as a space in which students can communicate with each other, as a center of international exchange, and as a stage facilitating interactions with outside individuals representing all ages and communities.

Campus map

Campus map Wilkins Building, first floor: Cafeteria (student dining) Wilkins Building, second floor: Library Wilkins Building, third floor: Language Study Center Wilkins Building (Nishiyama Hall) Wesley Building (Samejima Hall) Peace Chapel Chinzei Gakuin Head Office Long Building (University offices) Wilkins Building (Nishiyama Hall) Chiba Gymnasium Gaboury Dormitory

Peace Chapel

Peace Chapel
Peace Chapel
 Peace Chapel, the symbol of Nagasaki Wesleyan University, is a place where people meet. In addition to its weekly Peace Hour, the chapel hosts a variety of events, including a ceremony celebrating the lighting of Christmas lights and choir concerts. On Sundays, the chapel is open to residents of the surrounding community, many of whom attend its worship services.


Wilkins Building (Nishiyama Hall)

Wilkins Building (Nishiyama Hall)
Wilkins Building (Nishiyama Hall)
 The University’s new building is distinguished by a central space that can be used freely by students and residents of the surrounding community alike, including an entrance hall, library, and cafeteria. In particular, the Multipurpose Hall located on the fourth floor can accommodate a broad range of functions including lectures and cultural and artistic performances, and NWU strives to contribute to the local community by holding courses that are open to city residents, opening it for use by resident groups, and otherwise making it available as one of the largest event spaces in Isahaya. The building’s cafeteria, multimedia library, and adjacent gymnasium, all of which feature a barrier-free design, are designed to serve as a space in which students can communicate with each other, a center for international exchange, and a stage facilitating interactions with outside individuals representing all ages and communities. The campus genuinely symbolizes the institution’s status as a “bridge-building university.”


Wilkins Building, first floor: Cafeteria (student dining)

Wilkins Building, first floor: Cafeteria (student dining)
Wilkins Building, first floor: Cafeteria (student dining)
The cafeteria offers an inexpensive, delicious, and nutritionally balanced menu. The facility also includes a fast food corner as well as an area with complimentary Internet access. Specialties include a daily lunch selection and fresh-baked bread.

Hours
Weekdays: 11:30 am to 2:00 pm and 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm


Wilkins Building, second floor: Library

Wilkins Building, second floor: Library
Wilkins Building, second floor: Library
 The library maintains an extensive collection including books representing a variety of fields as well as foreign and technical works. There’s also a multimedia library with an audiovisual area where students can watch DVDs and videos as well as an online public access catalog (OPAC).


Wilkins Building, third floor: Language Study Center

Wilkins Building, third floor: Language Study Center
Wilkins Building, third floor: Language Study Center
 The University’s Language Study Center, featuring 80 state-of-the-art computers, hosts language classes using computer-assisted language learning (CALL) software as well as information processing lab sessions covering word processing, spreadsheet, and other applications. All students are assigned an e-mail address so they can make use of the Internet and e-mail.


Wilkins Building, fourth floor: Nishiyama Hall

Wilkins Building, fourth floor: Nishiyama Hall
Wilkins Building, fourth floor: Nishiyama Hall
 This multipurpose hall, which can seat 300, is used for a broad range of events, including lectures, cultural performances, and concerts. In addition to using the hall to hold courses that are open to city residents, the University makes this space available for use by resident groups, allowing it to serve as a true community hall.


Chinzei Gakuin Head Office

Chinzei Gakuin Head Office
Chinzei Gakuin Head Office
 This incorporated educational institution oversees operations at Nagasaki Wesleyan University, Chinzei Gakuin High School, and Chinzei Gakuin Kindergarten. Its European architecture gives it the feel of an overseas campus.


Long Building (University offices)

Long Building (University offices)
Long Building (University offices)
 In addition to the University’s administrative offices, this building houses NWU’s academic counseling section, an LL classroom, a tearoom, general classrooms, laboratories, and other rooms.


Wesley Building (Samejima Hall)

Wesley Building (Samejima Hall)
Wesley Building (Samejima Hall)
 In addition to Samejima Hall, a 250-seat lecture hall, the Wesley Building houses the Global Education Center, general classrooms, laboratories, and other rooms.


Chiba Gymnasium

Chiba Gymnasium
Chiba Gymnasium
 Chiba Gymnasium provides facilities for basketball, volleyball, badminton, table tennis, and other indoor sports. The building also includes shower rooms.


Gaboury Dormitory

Gaboury Dormitory
Gaboury Dormitory
• Capacity: 30 (women only)
• All rooms air conditioned and heated (fees apply)
• Cooking facilities are available. Residents can opt to prepare their own meals or have meals provided (fees apply; dinner is provided daily, except Saturdays and holidays).
• Prospective students interested in staying in the dormitory should apply for a space when applying for their entrance examination (rooms are assigned in the order in which applications are received).





Nagasaki Wesleyan University Small can be better
1212-1 Nishi-Eida-machi, Isahaya-shi, Nagasaki Prefecture 854-0082 JAPAN
Phone: +81-957-26-1234 Fax: +81-957-26-2063 EMAIL

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