The Mission of the Graduate School of Management (GSM) is to cultivate creative well-rounded professionals and leaders who will play a central role in resolving management issues at globalizing enterprises and other organizations by imparting advanced management skills, a good understanding of business ethics and a deep insight into globalization.
Master's Degree (GSM)
Master of Business Administration
|Degree||Master of Business Administration (MBA)|
|Enrollment Semesters||April, September|
|Program Duration||2 years|
*Notes: All graduate school lectures are taught in English
AACSB International Accreditation
College of International Management and Graduate School of Management are accredited by AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) - an internationally recognized organization evaluating the business schools.
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At the Graduate School of Management, we focus on learning about the Japanese style of management based on an understanding of the fundamental theories and principals of international business and management. It is the only graduate school of its kind where you can study Japanese-style management in an all-English curriculum.
So, you might ask, why should we study Japanese-style management? In the wake of defeat in the Second World War, Japan not only recovered, it achieved an economic miracle. Since then Japan has experienced the highs of the 1980's economic bubble and the years of deflation that followed. Japan has experienced not only success, but also many failures. But through these experiences, Japan has gained wisdom and knowledge and progressed from an adolescent into a mature economy. Unlike back in the early days of the economic recovery, when Japan could be said to have been in its economic teens and twenties, the country now has the ability to impart its knowledge and experiences and to lead people.
What are some the unique features of Japanese-style management? At the Graduate School of Business, we have prepared a wide range of case studies focusing on the three keywords of Japanese-style management, long-lasting management, quality control, and hospitality. Equipped with the spirit of Japanese business, students who complete our graduate program are leading active careers in different fields around the world.
Student Data for the Graduate School of Management
Student Data in AY2016 and AY2017
|Enrollement||11 (Apr 2016)||22 (Sep 2016)||8 (Apr 2017)||35 (Sep 2017)|
|The total number of Student||74 (Nov 2016)||75 (Nov 2017)|
|The number of Nationality||36 (Nov 2016)||31 (Nov 2017)|
|The number of Graduates||26 (Sep 2016)||15 (Mar 2017)||24 (Sep 2017)||11 (Mar 2018)|
|The number of graduates who completed within standard course term||40 (98%)||33 (89%)|
|Job offer acceptance rate||92%||92%|