Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Graduate School of Business Administration - Japan

The Graduate School of Business Administration challenges the new generation of business leaders, merging economics, science and engineering while being attentive to industrial-governmental-academic relations. The School is training 21st century entrepreneurs through the newly founded Professional Course.

Acquiring Skills through Simulation and Case Study
The master's Professional Course curriculum is designed to foster basic skills through core courses (marketing, finance, management, etc.), continuing on to the Career Intensive Program (entrepreneur , marketing, international business administration, personnel affairs, accounting). Classes are held using practical educational strategies such as case studies, simulations, and group projects.

Individuality and Network-building
Networking is integral to business, and a sense of identity is essential for networking. The Graduate School of Business Administration puts an emphasis on individuality, and career development. Out of 60 graduates in the year 2002, over half were over the age of 25, 40 percent were women, 30 percent just began their Business Administration studies, and 20 percent were international exchange students
Master's Program
Mathematics and Physics Major Integrated Science and Engineering
Advanced Science and Engineering Major
International Technology and Management Program
Advanced Information Science and Engineering Major

Doctoral Program
International Technology and Management Program

more details : www.study-japan.info

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