Japan

Kyushu University Business School

Location in Asia , Japan
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City: 
Fukuoka
Exchange Quota: 
2
Language Special : 
None
Exchange Level: 
EMBA
Introduction: 

Kyushu University is a public university located in Kyushu, Japan, which was founded in 1903 and chartered in 1911. It is one of Japan’s seven national universities and aims to lead the development of business professionals who bear global development of industries and enterprises. In 2006, the Business School launched a student exchange program with associate business schools in Asia. As the presence of Asia grows in the world economy, Kyushu aims at being the eminent base of business education in the region.


Kyoto University Graduate School of Management

Location in Asia , Japan
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City: 
Kyoto
Language Special : 
None
Introduction: 

Japan Kyoto University was the second national university founded in Japan after the University of Tokyo. Kyoto University’s traditions and goals are to foster scientists. Many Nobel Prize-winning graduates and countless Japan Orders of Culture and Japan Academy of Sciences Awards have earned the school the honor of “the cradle of scientists”. Kyoto University has maintained its tradition of an independent school system, which emphasizes connections to the outside world and international exchanges. Hundreds of graduate students are sent abroad every year and promote the school’s international notability. The university is also a member of the APRU (Association of Pacific Rim Universities)


International University of Japan Graduate School of International Management

Location in Asia , Japan
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City: 
Niigata
Language Special : 
None
Introduction: 

International University of Japan is a private university located in Niigata Prefecture. It is one of the very few universities that offers courses taught entirely in English. The school is very “international,” in such that only 10 percent of its students are Japanese, while the rest are all foreigners. As a result, the school has outstanding accomplishments in international relations and development related studies, and there’s a great popularity in its business administration and E-commerce programs. In the year 2008, its student body was comprised of nationals from 47 countries; these students were studying at the school in the same time, bringing their own customs and cultures from different parts of the world, fostering diversity in the local community. Located far from the busy metropolitan area, the campus offers the ideal environment for academic development.


Hitotsubashi University, School of Commerce and Management

Location in Asia , Japan
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City: 
Kunitachi City
Language Special : 
None
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Introduction: 

Hitotsibashi University was founded in 1949; however, the university’s origins lay in the Institute for Business Training founded in 1875 and, also, the Tokyo Commercial School founded in 1920. Since before the Second World War, the university was business education-based and actively recruited foreign instructors. This tradition of internationalization continues today. Reputable faculty in the fields of economics and management along with an insistence on top-class teaching are the foundations of the university’s overwhelming advantage in business education. In addition, because of a scarcity of students, graduates of the school are extremely popular hires in industry.

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Nagoya University of Commerce and Business

Location in Asia , Japan
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City: 
Nagoya
Exchange Quota: 
2
Language Special : 
None
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

Nagoya University of Commerce and Business was established in 1953. Its dedication to offering high-quality courses and combining theory and practical work explains how the university has become one of the top business schools in Japan in such a short time. The university has membership in well-known international institutes such as the AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), the AMBA (Association of MBAs), and the EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development). In regard to internationalization, the university has dual degree partnerships with the University of Illinois at Chicago and ESCEM (ESCEM School of Business and Management) in France.


Waseda University, Graduate School of Commerce

Location in Asia , Japan
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City: 
Shinjuku-ku
Exchange Quota: 
4
Language Special : 
None
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

Founded in 1904, Waseda University’s Graduate School of Commerce has the longest history among private universities in Japan. Since its establishment, the university’s ultimate objective has always been providing young people with a strong foundation for professional skills and knowledge. For more than one hundred years, the university has cultivated numerous outstanding leaders in Japan and elsewhere. The Graduate School of Commerce highlights an independent academia, with autonomy and freedom in conducting research, to promote creativity, and by establishing many overseas exchange programs and fostering multiple international leaders to fulfill the school’s goal of internationalization. Additionally, foreign faculty members round out a completely internationalized learning environment.


 
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