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Insight from MBA graduates

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Name: Eiko Takahashi
School: McGill University (MBA Japan Program)
Faculty: Desautels Faculty of Management Master of Business Administration
Graduation year: 2017
Nationality: Japan
Company name: Reckitt Benckiser Japan Ltd.

I learned about a wide range of subjects necessary for management such as finance, marketing, technology and entrepreneurship. McGill offers a great environment for Japan’s MBA students that is close to Canada’s original program. Also, classmates of diverse nationalities with similar aspirations and working environments added to this invaluable experience. The program is supported by staff both in Tokyo and Canada at no inconvenience to students. Even after graduation, McGill has a strong alumni community around the world. It is a precious thing to be able to have supportive cohorts, both officially and privately.


Name: Errol Lee Jr.
School: Temple University, Japan Campus
Faculty: Fox School of Business EMBA
Graduation year: 2018
Nationality: USA
Company name: United Airlines

The curriculum at Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ) is designed to give high-performing managers the tools to advance in their careers. Both soft and technical skills are taught to create well-rounded executives. The cohort system helps students learn from each other. One of the great benefits of TUJ is the focus on global business and a network of global leaders. Executive MBA students at TUJ come from several different countries, and with campuses in three other locations, a large global network has developed.


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