Globis University Graduate School of Management

The Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University (グロービス経営大学院 Gurōbisu keiei daigakuin) is a graduate business school in Tokyo, Japan. Globis started as a private education venture in 1992 by Japanese entrepreneur Yoshito Hori , later gaining official university status in 2006 . The university currently offers part-time and online MBA programs in Japanese or English, and a full-time MBA program in English.[1] Currently, Globis University is Japan's largest business school.[2][3][4]

Graduate School of Management, Globis University
MottoVisionary Leaders who Create and Innovate Societies
TypePrivate
Established2006: gained University Status 1992 - Globis Corporation established
PresidentYoshito Hori
Location,
CampusUrban
Websitewww.globis.ac.jp

History

  • 1992 - Globis Corporation established and Globis Management School (GMS) formed[5]
  • 1994 - Globis publication business launched 1996 - Venture capital incubation fund established[6]
  • 2006 - The Graduate School of Management, Globis University established (Tokyo and Osaka campuses) [5]
  • 2012 - Globis China established 2015 - Live Online MBA courses launched - Globis Thailand established [5]
  • 2016 - Technovate (Technology + Innovate) courses launched [7]

Campuses and offices

Globis University has five campuses in Japan. The main campus is located near Kojimachi Station in central Tokyo, which offers both Japanese and English-language programs.[8]

Japanese-language programs are offered at the Osaka, Nagoya, Sendai, and Fukuoka campuses.

Globis also has offices in Shanghai, Singapore, and Bangkok.

MBA programs

Part-time MBA program

The Part-time MBA is a two-year program designed for working professionals. Classes are held in evenings and on weekends (Japan Standard Time), and can be taken on-campus, online, or a combination of the two.[9]

Full-time MBA program

The Full-time program is a one-year accelerated program in Tokyo with classes held during regular business hours (with the option of taking part-time and/or online courses as well). This program includes a three-month professional internship.[10]

Online MBA program

The Online MBA is a two-year program consisting of fully live and interactive online classes. Classes are held in evenings and weekends (Japan Standard Time).[11]

Pre-MBA

The Pre-MBA is a selection of fundamental for-credit courses that can be taken without committing to one of the above MBA programs. Credits earned and tuition paid for Pre-MBA courses will be transferred upon enrollment.[12]

Admissions

There are several rounds of admissions for the MBA program. Potential students may apply in the November, February, May, and July rounds for the part-time and online MBA; in the November, February, and March rounds for the full-time MBA.

  • Location: Tokyo campus or online
  • Credits: 48 (full-time MBA), 36 (part-time & online MBA)
  • Program start: September (full-time MBA), October (part-time & online MBA)
  • Program length: 1 year (full-time MBA), 2–5 years (part-time & online MBA)

Partnerships and alliances

Globis University has exchange programs with:

Notes

    References

    1. "Programs - GLOBIS University". GLOBIS University. Retrieved September 26, 2018.
    2. "MEXT 専門職大学院制度の概要" (PDF).
    3. "GLOBIS Student Intake Classes" (PDF).
    4. "グロービス経営大学院(MBA)".
    5. "OUR HISTORY | CORPORATE PROFILE | GLOBIS" (in Japanese). Retrieved September 28, 2018.
    6. "ABOUT - HISTORY | GLOBIS CAPITAL PARTNERS". www.globiscapital.co.jp (in Japanese). Retrieved September 28, 2018.
    7. "沿革 | 企業情報 | グロービス(GLOBIS)" (in Japanese). Retrieved September 28, 2018.
    8. "DOMESTIC OFFICES | CORPORATE PROFILE | GLOBIS" (in Japanese). Retrieved September 28, 2018.
    9. "Part-time MBA - GLOBIS University". GLOBIS University. Retrieved October 3, 2018.
    10. "Full-time MBA - GLOBIS University". GLOBIS University. Retrieved October 3, 2018.
    11. "Online MBA - GLOBIS University". GLOBIS University. Retrieved October 3, 2018.
    12. "Pre-MBA - GLOBIS University". GLOBIS University. Retrieved October 3, 2018.

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