The generation of ideas is one of the most important skills a businessperson can have. Through problem-based exercises, fieldwork, and the case method, students develop creative thinking skills and an entrepreneurial spirit. The Global MBA program, offered in both Japanese and English tracks, encourages new ideas without nipping the seeds of original ideas in the bud while ensuring that the time-tested fundamentals become second nature.
Students will practice the methods and processes learned in the class, analyze the results, and summarize them in an original case study that synthesizes the lessons learned throughout the program. English-speaking international students and Japanese professionals will join forces to create new value by taking up topics related to actual situations faced by businesses defining and redefining their industries.
In addition to the problem-solving management skills acquired in a traditional MBA education, the Global MBA equips students with the ability to observe, analyze, and create new sustainable value from an international perspective. Business leaders need the ability to solve problems and the ability to find problems in all aspects of the organizations they manage. Of course, unprecedented problems often require innovative methods to solve them. These skills are essential for navigating an uncertain future and can be developed by diversifying experiences, interactions, and partnerships.
The Global MBA brings together young businesspeople and seasoned career professionals who are diverse in age, occupation, industry, and international background. Amongst the participants of any class, there may be 40-50 nationalities represented, and just as many languages are spoken. Together, various peers develop a keen awareness of industry conventions and preconceived notions and foster the ability to generate innovative solutions and create new businesses through observation, analysis, and creative thinking.
The QS Global MBA Rankings is released annually by QS (Quacquarelli Symonds - U.K.), one of the world's top three rankings higher education organizations. In the QS Global MBA Rankings 2021, our school ranked first in the domestic MBA rankings, bringing our position to 17th in Asia from 19th in 2020. QS is the well-known publisher of World University Rankings (#QSWUR), which evaluates universities worldwide and publishes university rankings in various categories. The new business school rankings cover more than 300 institutions in 40 countries. QS Global MBA Rankings' key measures include employability, entrepreneurship, alumni performance, return on investment, thought-leadership, and diversity.
As one of the top 150 business schools globally, this evaluation proves that our institution and partnerships with business schools worldwide are recognized worldwide as the top business school in Japan.
The meaning of taking on the challenge of an MBA at a business school is to create a strong network that can be an immediate asset. At our school, students with diverse backgrounds and thinking styles form teams to learn the process of creating new value, and then put ideas into practice, and experience success firsthand. The bonds forged between peers are strengthened through regular discussion and collaborative learning, leading to the development of new businesses in some cases.
The Global MBA program is an unparalleled place of growth for those who want to greatly expand their ability to create value. Learn how to think quickly, speak freely, and stimulate new and valuable ideas through goal-oriented discussion leadership fostering mutual respect and lasting connections.
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Current students by industry