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Since 1998, the Desautels Faculty of Management of McGill University has been proud to offer the top Master of Business Administration program in conveniently located Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan. The McGill MBA Japan program is a weekend MBA program taught entirely in English by professors who fly in from our home campus in Montreal. The qualifications you receive are the same as students graduating from the home campus.

Professor Benjamin Croitoru Academic Director, MBA Japan
Professor Benjamin Croitoru
Academic Director, MBA Japan

One half of McGill MBA Japan students are non- Japanese, coming from over 17 different countries. The male-to-female ratio of the students is close to 50-50, which makes us one of the most diverse programs in Japan. McGill University is also listed in the QS World University Rankings. It is an outstanding setting for the development of current and future managers.

Be part of an exceptional and diverse student body, share common perspectives and expand your horizons with one of the most international faculty bodies at one of the world’s leading universities.

To find out more, attend an open house session

Open house sessions are the ideal way to find out about McGill’s EQUIS-Accredited weekend MBA program in Japan.

Applications to start in April 2019 are now open. Please contact us or register for an open house event at www.mcgillmbajapan.com/open-house/.

School Data
Nishishinjuku, Tokyo 163-0801
Enrollment fee
¥200,000 plus consumption tax
Tuition and fees (per academic year)
Varies each year
Contact information
Tel.: 03-6279-0412
E-mail: inquiry@mcgillmbajapan.com
URL: http://mcgillmbajapan.com
Other information
The McGill MBA Japan Program is a part-time weekend MBA program, taught entirely in English by professors who fly in from the Montreal campus.

The scholarship program is available for students with a strong academic background.

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