Tuesday, December 1, 2009

McGill MBA Japan program

For almost 200 years, McGill University has distinguished itself as one of the world's great public universities, renowned for outstanding students, professors and alumni, for achievement in teaching and research, and for its distinctive international character and reach. The McGill MBA Japan program brings those rich traditions of excellence, in addition to the over 100 years of business education and management expertise, to Tokyo in a unique format that meets the needs of today’s working business professional.
The McGill MBA Japan program is a two-year 60-credit program delivered to the same standards as the full-time MBA program offered on McGill’s Montreal Campus in Canada. The MBA Japan Program’s weekend commitment, however, lets you continue to work full-time so that you can convert new knowledge directly into creative solutions to help you reinvent your work, your ideas, and your future, right from the very first class.
The McGill MBA has received significant international attention for its strong global perspective, the dynamic structure of our program, and the accomplished students bringing life and experience to our program.
Global perspective
At McGill, we pride ourselves on the global quality of our education. Today's graduate-level management education must position itself in the world economy, and we have been featured in surveys by the Financial Times, Le Figaro, Business Week, America Economia and Canadian Business.
At the same time, the McGill MBA is among the most 'international' MBA programs, with nearly half of our students coming to us from abroad. The MBA Japan Program continues this tradition of internationalism in Tokyo, described by William Gibson as “the global imagination’s default setting for the future.”
Likewise, two thirds of Desautels faculty members join us from across the world - representing some 15 different countries - they have taught, studied, and practiced professionally in many more. All are actively involved in a range of international research and teaching projects, bringing a wealth of experience into every classroom session.
more details : http://study-japan.info

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