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GLOBIS University is Japan’s largest business school (No. 1 in enrollment, 2017 MEXT data), offering Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree programs in the heart of Tokyo and online.

Tomoya Nakamura Dean
Tomoya Nakamura
Dean

Top industry professionals teach courses with a focus on a practical, relevant business education. Continuing to innovate, GLOBIS offers the first live online MBA in Asia and special “Technovate” courses designed to equip business leaders with the skills necessary to succeed in the digital era.

Studying at GLOBIS opens the doors to one of Japan’s leading international networks, representing over 50 countries, over 100 corporate partners, and thousands of MBA students and alumni.

Founded by renowned entrepreneur Yoshito Hori, GLOBIS is infused with a venture spirit that runs from faculty with entrepreneurial experience to alumni who have founded their own businesses. Finding your life’s goal, or kokorozashi, is a requirement for all GLOBIS students. We believe that an MBA is more than a degree, and that a career is more than a job.

Start with an interactive MBA Trial Class

Discover the GLOBIS difference — classes are highly interactive, full of debate, discussion and presentations. Gain practical business skills across a variety of subjects and learn more about our MBA programs.

Register for free online at www.globis.ac.jp/events

School Data
Address
Sumitomo Fudosan Kojimachi Bldg.,
5-1 Niban-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0084
Enrollment
871 (including Japanese program)
Tuition and fees
¥2,984,000 (Part-time MBA and Online MBA),
¥3,991,000 (Full-time MBA)
Contact information
Tel.: 03-5275-3850
E-mail: imba-info@globis.ac.jp
URL: http://www.globis.ac.jp
Other information
1-year Full-time MBA (Tokyo Campus)
2-year Part-time MBA (Tokyo Campus)
2-year Online MBA
Pre-MBA (Individual MBA courses)

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