MBA Programs in Japan

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Japan is a technological, economical, financial, and business hub for the international market. Students pursuing an MBA Japan degree will benefit from the highly distinguished faculty and prestigious universities in Japan, as well as the extensive professional networks that students will develop. Among the educational benefits students will experience, the beauty of Japan will be an exciting and dynamic aspect of student life.

Through challenging coursework, projects, and application of theory to practice, students of MBA Japan programs will enhance their critical thinking and analytical skills to think strategically to make decisions. Students of MBA Japan programs will develop global perspectives of business practices as well as how to manage cross-culturally. Graduates holding an MBA Japan degree often go on to successful careers in national and multinational businesses and corporations.

If this sounds of interest to you, then take a look through the options below and you may find the MBA Japan program that you are searching for!

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Global Leader Program - Masters in Management

The NUCB Business School
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years April 2017 Japan Nagoya + 1 more

The goal of the Global Leader Program is to instill in our students the motivation for embarking upon or enhancing successful and rewarding careers in global business environments. Our faculty and staff members provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for future employment and leadership opportunities. [+]

Masters of Business Administration in Japan 2017. The Global Leader Program is the flagship English program of the NUCB Business School that features both professional and international exchange students representing over 40 different nationalities, 96% practitioner instructors with international business experience, and a dedicated administrative team to assist your career development during enrollment and post-graduation. Located in the business and finance district of Nagoya at the new Marunouchi Tower Campus, we welcome you to visit our campus and learn about how you can upgrade the skills you need to reach the next level in your career through the NUCB Global Leader Program! The Global Leader Program (GLP) is a Master’s program designed for those who seek quality and flexibility to improve their skills for future employment and leadership opportunities. The aim of the program is to cultivate highly skilled professionals with a global mindset, a strong sense of ethics, and the ability to contribute positively to the international business community. Start of the program: September / April Duration: 1 year full-time (MBA), 2 year (MBA/MSc) Language of instruction: English Requirements: 3 years work experience (MBA) Class size: Average 40 Additional programs: Study abroad exchange, Double Degree Program Degree: MBA/MSc Global MBA The GLP offers two paths of study dependent on the background of the applicant at the time of enrollment. Applicants with over three years of professional experience enter onto the one-year, full-time MBA track. A two-year option for an MBA through the GLP is also available for students who wish to undertake a double degree program or study abroad exchange with one of NUCB’s overseas partner institutions. Many students who follow the two-year track continue to work in Japan while earning their MBA degree. For applicants with less than three years of work experience, NUCB offers a two-year track for an MSc with a different set of mandatory courses than the MBA track. Urban Business School Located in downtown Nagoya, the Marunouchi Tower Campus boasts excellent access to the centers of both Asian business and Japanese culture. Many international organizations and financial institutions base their head offices in Nagoya, with entertainment and shopping districts well within walking distance. NUCB is dedicated to leveraging its location to attract top business professionals as well as faculty that exert a strong global influence. Active Learning NUCB conducts courses in 100% English following the case study method. Proven in business classrooms worldwide, this teaching methodology facilitates communication between students with immensely diverse backgrounds and perspectives. Furthermore, NUCB boasts its own case center with nearly 800 cases that are specifically focused on Japanese and Asian companies. Over 100 new cases are published each year by the graduate school with cases researched and written by students themselves under the supervision of the faculty. GLP best fits for those who want to Learn from cutting edge business cases Gain new insights on Asian and Japanese ways of business Broaden their perspectives Expand their global network Adopt innovative solutions for their business Application Deadlines - Spring 2017 Enrollment Semester 1st Round 2nd Round 3rd Round Final Round* Preliminary Screening October 20 November 24 January 26 February 23* Application October 25 November 29 January 31 February 28* Interview October 29 December 3 February 4 March 4* *For domestic applicants only. An MBA Accredited by AACSB and AMBA There are more than 10,000 management education programs in the world. International associations, such as AACSB International and AMBA, accredit business schools which meet their strict standards for the quality of education. In the international business community, only programs with international accreditation are considered 'real MBA programs'. [-]

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Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy (Hitotsubashi ICS)
Campus Full time 1 - 2 years September 2017 Japan Tokyo

The mission of the MBA Program in Hitotsubashi ICS builds on our tradition. Our goal is to contribute to society by developing business leaders capable of initiating, implementing, and managing innovation on a global scale. [+]

The mission of Hitotsubashi ICS, which was established in 2000, is to achieve the ‘Best of Two Worlds’, acting as a bridge between diametrically opposing concepts such as “East and West”, “Large and Small”, “Global and Local”, “Old and New”, “Practice and Theory”, “Cooperation and Competition”, and “Business and Society”, through education and research. One year Program or Two year Program Applicants to the MBA program may select from two options (the One-Year Program or the Two-Year Program), both of which offer the same MBA degree. Applicants must choose between the two options at the time of application. The One-Year Program is designed primarily for students who are not seeking a career-change post-MBA and wish to be granted a degree in as short a time as possible. In contrast, the Two-Year Program is designed for those who are seeking a career-change post-MBA or wish to be exposed to broader or more in-depth MBA-level learning opportunities and experiences. Once applicants are accepted into either one of the two programs, they cannot switch to the other program. The selection criteria for admission is identical for both options because all students must take required courses together in the first year, follow the same academic calendar, and must meet the same earned credit requirements for graduation. Students in both the One-year Program and Two-year Program receive exactly the same high quality education and the same level of commitment and support from our faculty and staff. Academic Calendar The MBA Program in International Business Strategy consists of two programs: the One-year Program and the Two-year Program. Students in both programs follow the same academic calendar in their first year. The academic year is divided into four terms. There is a break of at least one week between each term. There are no required courses during these breaks, but there may be elective courses and other elective academic activities. Two-year MBA Program Two-year program students enroll at Hitotsubashi ICS in mid- or late-September and graduate in August two years later. In the first year, two-year students must take all required courses and can select additional elective classes together with one-year students. However, two-year students can custom design and build their second year curriculum in accordance with their own interests and goals. In their second year, two-year students can participate in the following activities: attend an exchange or double-degree program; participate in non-remunerative company internships either in Japan or overseas; conduct individual research projects, which may include writing a business case or a consulting report, or developing a business plan for a new venture; take additional elective courses; and work with the Career Services on post-MBA career opportunities. The Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology allows two-year students who excel in their studies and course work during the first year to graduate early if they elect to do so. Early graduation would enable qualified students to receive their MBA in a year and a half, i.e., at the end of March of the second year. One-year MBA Program One-year program students enroll at Hitotsubashi ICS in mid- to late-September and graduate in August the following year. This option is best suited for company-sponsored and YLP (Young Leaders' Program) scholarship applicants because it is assumed that they will return to their original company or organization after graduation. For non-sponsored applicants who are looking for a career change, this option is not recommended because it is very difficult to balance the required academic work-load with their job search. Although one-year students can participate in all on-campus academic courses and programs as well as intensive academic programs offered both on and off-campus, they are not eligible to attend term-long exchange programs or to participate in company internship programs. Students in both the one-year and two-year programs receive exactly the same high quality education and the same level of commitment and support from our faculty and university staff. Admissions The Hitotsubashi ICS Admissions section offers an overview of our admissions process, including information on tuition, financial aid, international admissions requirements, and our application package. To make sure your application is accepted and reviewed in a timely manner, and that you submit a complete and accurate application package, please take the time to review the contents of this site and also read carefully through the application package materials before submission. There are two rounds of applications for the Entering Class of 2016. The Admissions Committee strongly encourages applicants to apply in the first round, as space in the class may be limited in the second. In addition, applying in the first round will have an advantage on matters such as scholarships, particularly for international students. The respective application deadlines and the interview dates are: ROUND 1 exact dates to be determined. Application term: early December 2016 - early January 2017 Interview date: early February 2017 Admission decision date: late February 2017 ROUND 2 exact dates to be determined. Application term: early February 2017 – early March 2017 Interview date: early April 2017 Admission decision date: late April 2017 It is important to note the following: You may apply for only either the 1-year or 2-year program. Once accepted to one program, you cannot switch to the other program. All application documents, except for TOEFL/IELTS and GMAT official scores, must be submitted via the ICS Online Application System. Applicants are encouraged to submit their application as early as possible in each round. Scholarship decisions for international candidates are made only after a candidate has been admitted. Since scholarships are limited in number, first-round candidates tend to have an advantage in this regard. Careers The Career Services Office provides students who are not sponsored by their employers with one-on-one counseling to help them recognize any career development needs as early as their first month at Hitotsubashi ICS. Taking into consideration the demand for Japanese language ability for most positions in Japan, students who have low or no Japanese language background who desire to work in Japan may want to consider acquiring some knowledge of the language even before coming to Hitotsubashi ICS. Having Japanese language skills will open up many more career opportunities within the country and greatly increase your chances for employment by the domestic company of choice. [-]

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU)
Campus Full time 2 years April 2017 Japan Beppu

The Graduate School of Management offers a case method education focused on Japanese business and management with a strong foundation in established management techniques and opportunities for independent research. Classes are conducted entirely in English and in a multicultural environment, giving students the chance to benefit from the experiences of experts in the field and learn the skills and sensibilities required for a successful career in international business. [+]

Masters of Business Administration in Japan 2017. Master of Business Administration (MBA) The MBA program at APU is conducted entirely in English in a culturally diverse learning environment. It offers a strong foundation in established management techniques, interactive classes with faculty and fellow students from around the world as well as opportunities for independent research and internships in the university’s extended network with Japanese companies and organizations. In addition to providing a standard curriculum for international business management, this program also offers students a chance to explore the Japanese style of management, which was built on the three pillars of long-lasting management, quality control and customer service excellence. Japanese management has emerged as an alternative management practice, serving as the new model for corporate management in the Asia Pacific region. The program not only opens up business opportunities in Japan—the world’s third largest economy—but also various career options all over the world. International Accreditation — As of August 2016 — Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University is an accredited member of AACSB international — The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (http://AACSB.edu/) Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University is one of only three institutions in Japan to achieve this accreditation. Out of these institutions, we are the only one offering an undergraduate business curriculum in both English and Japanese and have the only AACSB-accredited English language MBA program in Japan. Course Structure and Content The GSM curriculum consists of four components: required subjects (analytical foundations, core business fundamentals and capstone courses); elective subjects (specialization courses); core-related subjects (courses related to the core business fundamentals and Japanese language courses) and management seminars. Students need to complete forty-four academic credits of which twenty-two credits will be from required subjects, eight or more from specialization subjects and six credits from management seminars. In addition to fulfilling the credit requirements, students must also conduct a research project and complete an extended piece of writing in the form of a master’s thesis, independent final report or internship-based case study. The research project must be approved by the university. Students will also have the option to take basic Japanese language courses, credits from which will count towards program completion requirements. Japanese language knowledge has aided many of our GSM graduates in seeking employment at Japanese companies. No extra fees will be charged for earning more than forty-four credits. Areas of Specialization Accounting and Finance The Accounting and Finance (AF) specialization discusses theories and concepts of corporate finance, financial engineering, financial institutions and financial and managerial accounting. This provides students with the skills to understand and interpret financial and accounting information. With advanced knowledge and tools in these areas, students will be able to formulate strategies, design control systems and evaluate the impact of corporate strategies on various stakeholders. Elective Subject Corporate Finance Financial Engineering and Risk Management Financial Institutions and Markets Managerial Accounting Financial Accounting Marketing and Management The Marketing and Management (MM) specialization focuses on understanding and managing the human dimension of organizations and markets. In business organizations, some of the most important actors are managers, employees and customers, whose decisions and actions are guided by a range of factors, from very ‘rational’ aspects to subjective perceptions such as emotion and moral values. The constant flux of market conditions requires adaptation as well as provides opportunities for creating new market and social values. This specialization prepares students to develop multi-dimensional strategies and sustainable capabilities for organizations in order to cope with the changing business environment. Elective Subjects Management in Asia and Japan Japanese Corporations and Asia Pacific Management of Japanese Family Business Quality and Operations Management Financial Institutions and Markets Hospitality Management Innovation and Operations Management The Innovation and Operations Management (IOM) specialization focuses on production planning, production management, inventory management, quality management, supply chain management and the impact of information technology on the entire process of production. Students will also learn to manage product development, innovation and entrepreneurship from a technological perspective. This specialization also addresses the question as to why some communities are more innovative than others. Elective Subjects Quality and Operations Management Information Technology Management Supply Chain Management Entrepreneurship and New Business Project Management National Innovation Systems Japanese Management The Japanese Management (JM) specialization focuses on the philosophy and practices of Japanese corporations, which helped Japan to successfully industrialize. Japanese corporations, with their emphases on quality, innovation and customer service, as well as their unique style of human resource management and governance provide an alternative to corporations that follow the Western business model. In this specialization, students will be able to assess both the success and failures of Japanese management practices, which provides a foundation for new models of corporate management in the Asia Pacific region. Elective Subjects Management in Asia and Japan Japanese Corporations and Asia Pacific Management of Japanese Family Business Quality and Operations Management Financial Institutions and Markets Hospitality Management ... [-]

MBA 1-year Track (Intensive MBA program)

International University of Japan
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Japan Niigata

The MBA 1-Year Track is designed as a full-time, residential program, 12 months (three terms and a summer period) are required for completion of the degree. Previous study at other institutions does not reduce the 12 month residential requirement for the MBA degree. [+]

Profound, On-Going Shift in Global Competition With the rapid rise of emerging mega-markets and the increasingly integrated global economy, global competition today is undergoing a profound shift. Change Leadership for Global Competitive Advantage It is clear that simply observing and responding to the shift is not suffi cient. Instead, corporations must proactively initiate change to create competitive advantage over their rivals. Such initiatives are of cross-functional integrative nature as disconnected functional moves can hardly lead to competitive advantage. Thus, today’s global competition necessitates a critical pool of global managers who can work across boundaries of business functions and mobilize their business as an integrated whole. Why an MBA from IUJ Our MBA puts top priority on your business career. Passport to your chosen career opportunities, top companies recruit IUJ MBAs. Support from a global network of Alumni, world-class faculty, regional communities, multinational corporations and governments. Move to exciting management careers in: Finance, Marketing, IT, HR, Accounting, Operations, Consulting, General Management and More… We are the only Business School in Japan to be included in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s prestigious “Top-100 B-Schools of the World” ranking for 8 consecutive years. We have a World class faculty with wide business experience, who are partnering with Local, Regional, National and Multi-national companies for research and class-based projects. The real experience of cultural diversity in all classes We have about 40 exchange partners around the world, including top schools in the US, Europe, and Asia. Outstanding language programs for both English and Japanese proficiency A State-of-the-art E-Lab All housed in a resident campus, in the heart of Japan’s beautiful Snow Country. MBA - CURRICULUM - PROGRAM STRUCTURE The IUJ MBA focuses on “Leveraging Emerging Asia for Global Advantage.” It delivers the knowledge, skills and mindset required to gain a competitive advantage in the world’s fastest-growing economies. The program is designed to give students a wide range of experience and knowledge suitable for their future careers. There are 1-Year Track and 2-Year Track in the MBA program and they have been designed to offer the highest levels of business management skills within the most appropriate timeframe. The 1-Year MBA is focused exclusively on developing integrative management skills for tomorrow’s regional and global business leaders. It is for those with at least 5 years of work experience with their sponsoring company, and who will return to help their company further globalize. DEGREE REQUIREMENT FOR IMBA (1-YEAR TRACK) Minimum requirements are: Three-term residence in principle A total of at least thirty-eight (38) credits An acceptable Research Report or Master’s Thesis (grade of B+ or better) Total GPA of at least 3.00 The MBA 1-Year Track is designed as a full-time, residential program, 12 months (three terms and a summer period) are required for completion of the degree. Previous study at other institutions does not reduce the 12-month residential requirement for the MBA degree. The courses are divided into the five categories listed below and students are required to complete a minimum of 38 credits according to each category. IUJ Students Diversity The International University of Japan is the home to nearly 400 graduate-level students from more than 45 countries each and every year. Because IUJ is located in the beautiful countryside of Japan, we have a thriving, multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, multi-religious campus environment that provides each of our students with the cultural sensitivity and insights required to lead a global company. After 30 years, IUJ now has more than 3,000 alumni living and working in more than 100 countries around the world. Therefore, anywhere in the world that you are interested in operating your business, or establishing strong partnerships, it is highly likely that an IUJ alumnus will be there to collaborate with your efforts. Team Projects Our programs provide the ideal opportunity to take on leadership roles through team projects across many of our courses. Through working with international colleagues on case challenges as well as real business projects, all participants in our IMBA program will gain new insights into how to effectively lead cross-functional, global teams. Additionally, every student will be exposed to new ways of thinking and analyzing the materials provided in order to create the most effective solutions to course projects together with their colleagues. Interaction with Exchange Students from Top Business Schools Worldwide The International University of Japan has ongoing partnerships with many other world-class business schools around the world. From China and India, to the United States, Europe and Australia, every year our Business School welcomes international exchange students from all around the world to our campus. Summer Capstone Courses Capstone courses represent final, wrap-up courses for the IMBA program. Taken in the summer months prior to graduation, they integrate elements from multiple courses already completed to address timely managerial issues and challenges of competitive importance. Capstone courses are typically one-credit courses and topics may vary from year to year, refl ecting emerging issues of global competition. [-]

MBA

International University of Japan
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Japan Niigata

Our MBA puts top priority on your business career. Passport to your chosen career opportunities, top companies recruit IUJ MBAs. Support from a global network of Alumni, world-class ... [+]

The IUJ MBA

Gobal Perspective for Global Managers

 

From our vantage point in the heart of Asia, we offer a unique perspective of the world in a lively global setting. At the International University of Japan, our culturally diverse campus, coupled with our location and our insight into Asia, will enrich your educational experience. After two years at IUJ, graduates have not only an MBA, but a unique global perspective, real-world international management experience, and a powerful business network in Japan and in the 80 other countries worldwide where IUJ alumni are government and business leaders. This is the IUJ advantage.

 

Study on Emerging Markets. The IUJ MBA Program is placing stronger emphasis on emerging markets with a special focus on China, India and other markets in Southeast Asia in its curriculum. GSIM highlights Japan's increasingly important role in the growth of new and sustainable business efforts in this region, and their importance in overall global competitiveness.... [-]


MBA - Master of Business Administration

United International Business Schools
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 Japan Tokyo + 1 more

During this MBA - Master of Business Administration program, students are required to complete 27 courses for 54 credits and a final comprehensive thesis for 6 credits ... [+]

MBA - Master of Business Administration Total 60 credits Courses (GCCFMxxx) 6 credits /3 courses Courses (GCCHRMxxx) 6 credits /3 courses Courses (GCCMMxxx) 6 credits /3 courses Courses (GCCOMxxx) 6 credits /3 courses Courses (core) 12 credits/6 courses Electives 16 credits/8 courses Thesis 8 credits Admission requirements proficiency in the English language (refer to the admission section for further details) Bachelor degree (or equivalent) No distinction is made between academic or professional Bachelor degrees. Degrees with 180 European credits or 120 American semester credits are considered equivalent. Students who do not hold a business-related Bachelor degree or equivalent may be required to complete an inbound assessment test prior to starting the graduate program, and, depending on the results, earn an additional number of credits in leveling courses from the Pre-Master program in order to be fully prepared for our graduate programs. Students who do not hold a Bachelor degree or equivalent should apply for a Bachelor degree program, or for the Undergraduate Diploma top-up program. Refer to the undergraduate admissions catalog for further details. Students who have 15 or more years of relevant work experience may apply directly for the Pre-Master program and will be required to complete an inbound assessment test prior to starting the graduate program, and, depending on the results, earn an additional number of credits in specific undergraduate courses. e.g. Students who wish to earn a Master degree and who are required to complete the full Pre-Master program will need to earn 30 + 60 credits. CAREER PERSPECTIVES Our study programs and courses are career-oriented in nature and provide students with a high level of flexibility throughout their graduate studies. Focusing on a broad range of specialized subject matters, students are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to be successful in today’s global economy, and are prepared for a wide variety of professional development and career opportunities. Graduate programs are an excellent choice for recent college and university graduates who would like to see their employability in today's job market increase by engaging in rigorous and academically challenging graduate studies to obtain a relevant academic qualification in the field of business and management. Upon graduation, students mainly start or advance their careers with mid to upper-level management positions in national and multinational companies and organizations in various economic sectors. Others decide to launch a new business venture or join an existing family business. Students can also choose to continue their studies without interruption in almost any of our other graduate and postgraduate programs to further enhance their career prospects. [-]

Global MBA (Global Business and Management Studies)

Doshisha Business School
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Japan Kyoto

Doshisha’s Global MBA, a two year, full-time MBA program, is truly unique with an international student body, three innovative focus areas, an emphasis on social responsibility, preparation for career opportunities in Japan and abroad, and a fantastic location. [+]

Global business in the 21st century can no longer rely on simple calculations of profit and share performance as the primary measure of success. With focus on sustainability, the Doshisha Global MBA guides students to explore and enquire beyond the established boundaries set by established theories and practices of global business and management to look beyond ‘business as usual’. As they grow into global-minded leaders, students will not only cover the breadth of standard MBA core subjects, but also develop deeper insights from the program’s three focus areas, and hone their analytical prowess through our program’s research thesis component.

 

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McGill MBA Japan Program

McGill MBA Japan Program
Campus Part time 20 months April 2017 Japan Tokyo

The McGill MBA Japan program is a weekend MBA program based on the world-leading Integrative MBA program offered by McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management in Montreal. McGill MBA Japan classes take place in Nishi-Shinjuku, Tokyo, placing McGill the heart of business in Japan and Asia. [+]

The McGill MBA Japan program is a weekend MBA program based on the world-leading Integrative MBA program offered by McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management in Montreal. McGill MBA Japan classes take place in Nishi-Shinjuku, Tokyo, placing McGill the heart of business in Japan and Asia. Classes meet two weekends in a row, on Saturday and Sunday, and are followed by a two weekend break. This allows you to continue with your career while completing a full Master of Business Administration from McGill University within 20 months. The program starts in April of each year, and the final paper is submitted in December of the following year. McGill MBA Japan students who begin in April 2016 will receive their Degree in February 2018. To enable you to lead effectively and responsibly in an increasingly complex and interconnected world, the Desautels Faculty of Management has created a truly innovative integrated MBA curriculum that breaks down the barriers between traditional disciplines. Our unique integrated management approach will allow you to work across managerial boundaries and to fully understand how organizations function as a whole, and in an international context. Our goal is the help you become a highly skilled and capable General Manager, which will allow you to take leadership roles within organizations not only in Japan, but around the world. Along with this, you will the skills and mindsets to identify new business opportunities, and lead Entrepreneurial and ‘intra-preneurial’ teams, and start up organizations. The MBA Japan program is offered on two and sometimes three consecutive weekends throughout the year, with the same class hours and academic standards as the program in Montreal. The weekend format allows you to reflect on what you are studying, and allows you to implement new solutions to business issues while you study. Laying the Foundations Integration is achieved through a unique set of core modules. Each module is taught by multiple professors from different disciplines–no other MBA program in the world offers this ground-breaking collaborative approach. Starting with the fundamental quantitative tools needed to understand business issues, our program also addresses the leadership challenges that you need to function as a responsible manager and societal leader. Integrating Disciplines Students begin the Integrated Core curriculum, consists of four modules. The first module, Business Tools, covers the analytical skills they will need in making decisions. This is followed by Managing Resources and Value Creation, which provide an understanding of the portfolio of resources available to managers (human, financial and technological), to create value through the operations of the organization. Lastly, the Markets and Globalization module will challenge you to introduce this value to the global marketplace. The first year Core also includes a business case competition that allows you to put what you have developed to work as well as a Global Leadership module which will help you reflect on what success means for you and what goals and responsibilities (personal, organizational and societal) you would like to assume in the business world. International Study Trip Students in the McGill MBA Japan program participate in an International Study Trip to McGill’s beautiful Home Campus in Montreal. This will further expand your horizons, and develop your worldly understanding of business. The study trip will take place over ‘Golden Week’ in May. Convenient Location The McGill MBA Japan’s location in Nishi-Shinjuku places us only a short walk away from Shinjuku Station: one of Japan’s main transportation hubs, with easy access by train, metro, subway, and quick connections to Narita and Haneda airports, and to the Shinkansen at Tokyo Station. [-]

MBA

Keio Business School (Graduate School of Business Administration, Keio University)
Campus Full time 2 years April 2017 Japan Yokohama

Our MBA Program is aimed to develop business leaders with both professional managerial skills and a sense of responsibility to society and to corporate citizenship ... [+]

Our MBA Program is aimed to develop business leaders with both professional managerial skills and a sense of responsibility to society and to corporate citizenship. An emphasis is placed both on particular skill sets required in a specific business function, and on developing well-balanced skills to be an effective general manager who is capable of integrating multi-faceted business operations.

MBA Program Overview

The two-year full-time MBA Program is designed to promote overall administrative capabilities, which can facilitate development of such managerial qualities as mental toughness, deep insight, creativity and a broad perspective that is commonly required for managers in various industries.... [-]


MBA

International University of Japan , IUJ Business School - Graduate School of International Management
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Japan Niigata

The MBA program at IUJ is designed to give students a wide range of experience and knowledge suitable for their future careers. [+]

The IUJ Advantage

From our vantage point in the heart of Asia, we offer a unique perspective of the world in a lively global setting. At the International University of Japan, our culturally diverse campus, coupled with our location and our insight into Asia, will enrich your educational experience. After two years at IUJ, graduates have not only an MBA, but a unique global perspective, real-world international management experience, and a powerful business network in Japan and in the 80 other countries worldwide where IUJ alumni are government and business leaders. This is the IUJ advantage.

Demand for IUJ Graduates

IUJ graduates are more qualified than the average MBA. They have worked with Japanese and multinational companies during their MBA program. They also have the experience of living and working with classmates from over 50 countries, many of whom are accomplished businesspeople and public servants. An international orientation and cross-cultural communications skills, when combined with a world-class practical education and proficiency with the most advanced technology, make IUJ graduates highly attractive to employers.... [-]