LIFE AT YCU > FUKUURA CAMPUS

Student groups & activities in YCU's Fukuura campus




Located just a couple of minutes away from our Hakkei campus on the Seaside Line, Fukuura campus is second-home to most of our medical students. Although smaller in size compared to our main campus, Fukuura campus is not only on the same grounds as one of our university hospitals, it also has its very own facilities, such as a baseball field, tennis courts, a gymnasium, and so much more. Our Fukuura campus is also given the moniker 'YCU Med' when it comes to clubs and societies based in the seaside campus.
 
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Getting involved with societies is one of the best things about being a student - it can hands down give you some of the best experiences of your university life. No matter what your interests - sports, singing, helping others, learning - there's a society for you somewhere in YCU. The range of clubs and circles reflects our diverse student population, sporting facilities and breadth of subjects. Club activities are also a great way to meet like-minded individuals - some of whom may be your friends for life, long after you leave university! YCU's alumni are very actively involved in the clubs they were once a part of - participating in casual tournaments or attending club reunions.
 

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Sports at Fukuura Campus

 

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SPORTS CLUBS
From baseball to hockey, cheerleading to rugby, Yokohama City University offers a range of sports and activities that feature healthy competition in a more casual environment. Whether you want to try something new or are dedicated to your chosen sport, there are always lots of opportunities to get involved. We hope you enjoy being part of sport at YCU.

 
 

Arts & Culture at Fukuura Campus

 

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ARTS & CULTURE CLUBS
Our student arts and culture clubs are also an integral and active part of campus life. Whether you're looking to continue dancing, new to singing a capella, looking for likeminded individuals who enjoy creating art, or simply keen to experience traditional Japanese cultural activities such as tea ceremonies, Yokohama City University has something for everyone.