The International University of Japan is a private university located in Minamiuonuma city in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. IUJ is the first graduate school in Japan, and one of the few Japanese universities which offers all courses in English. It was founded in 1982, primarily to train global leaders effective in the globalized world, be it in business, government, world organizations, or the non-profit sector.
Business school information
GSIM’s full-time two-year MBA prepares students for a career as all-round managers who can succeed in today’s complicated world. We are unique in that we offer small-size classes and a delicate blend of contents covering both Western and Japanese management ideas. Students can benefit from our comprehensive education, multicultural learning environment, and global opportunities to network.
Within our MBA program students receive a hands-on learning experience through core courses, small group seminars, an integrated research project, and a wide range of electives. MBA students also enjoy the chance to take part in international exchange programs, internships, and a host of exciting events. Our multicultural campus provides unequaled opportunities to build your global network and discover international careers.
The 2-Year MBA program starts by tackling the essentials of management and running a company with an emphasis on global leadership and the Asian market through taking core required courses. From the Spring term of their first year, students specialize in their chosen career area by taking elective courses. In their second year, they have plenty of flexibility to concentrate on the areas of their interest. They can choose career-enhancing specialization areas from Finance, Management, Marketing, IT/OM/SCM/PM/SE (IT/Operations Mgt./Supply Chain Mgt./Project Mgt./Social Enterprise), if so desired.
* Bachelors degree;
* 2 references;
* 2 essays;
* TOEFL, IELTS or TOEIC. If TOEFL score
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