1-year Executive Master of Business Administration in Japan

Best 1-year of Executive Masters of Business Administration in Japan 2018/2019

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The 1-year EMBA is a flexible program for business professionals looking to further their careers through an advanced degree. Students of an Executive Master of Business Administration can choose to focus on specializations that cater to their specific goals.  

A Master of Business Administration (MBA) is presented to graduates upon completion of two years of advanced and specialized study covering topics such as business, management, finance, and accounting. Earning an MBA can give graduates a competitive edge over other job applicants in an aggressive job market.

 

Japan is an island nation in East Asia. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies to the east of the Sea of Japan, China, North Korea, South Korea and Russia, stretching from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea and Taiwan in the south.

1-year EMBAs in Japan

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Hitotsubashi University Business School, School of International Corporate Strategy
Campus Part time 1 year September 2018 Japan Tokyo

Hitotsubashi ICS is offering participants the opportunity to earn an Executive MBA ("EMBA") qualification through a one-year program. Consistent with its long-standing MBA program, the EMBA will be taught entirely in English with the mission of integrating the "Best of Both Worlds" [+]

Hitotsubashi ICS is offering participants the opportunity to earn an Executive MBA ("EMBA") qualification through a one-year program. Consistent with its long-standing MBA program, the EMBA will be taught entirely in English with the mission of integrating the "Best of Both Worlds". Uniquely, the ICS EMBA program will explore the strengths of both Japanese and Western management practices and seek to integrate those strengths in order to leverage them to meet the challenges of a changing business environment. The program focuses on the real world application of management theories, and as such will involve participants traveling to three locations outside of Japan to learn first hand about current issues such as doing business in emerging economies, technological disruption, and innovation.... [-]