More than half of the world’s population of working-age desires to be an entrepreneur, whether we talk of developing nation or the developed ones. But business is not as easy as it sounds. You need to acquire in-depth knowledge in numerous fields, such as information technology, marketing, international business, logistics, project management, finance, human resources, etc. Now, in this section, we are here to share with you the best business schools in Japan.
- Keio Business School (KBS) Graduate School of Business Administration, Keio University: Keio University is the nation’s first institution to introduce various modern education systems in the country that includes the acceptance of international students as well. It is a private university located in the capital city of Tokyo. It’s a prestigious fact to know about it is that it is one of only two Japanese universities to be a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global University Leaders Forum. This pristine university offers more than 350 student exchange programs with elite Institutions and has 29 double degree programs with several leading institutions. It also looks out for the multi-dimensional development of its students. Keio has over 410 circles (viz student societies) and holds school festivals every year, ‘Mita Sai’ being the prime one that is usually held in late November. The festival serves entertaining as well as academic purposes. Its team is exquisite in rugby and soccer sports. Keio Business School (KBS) Graduate School of Business Administration No. 173 in the CEOWORLD magazine’s ranking of the best business schools in the world for 2020.
- Waseda University – Waseda Business School: Waseda University is another Japanese private research university in the capital city of Tokyo. Laid foundation in 1882, the university homes the Ōkuma Auditorium, which is a three-story main auditorium (accommodating 1435 people) that can feature entrance and graduation ceremonies, club-sponsored plays, important events, and lectures. It also has a secondary auditorium that has a capacity of 382 people. Its nearby Ōkuma Garden is a recreation place for its students. The university has ceaseless records in its pocket. Where Waseda’s baseball team covers a huge success story all the time, its karate club is one of the oldest in Japan. Its students have also been champions in Rugby and football since the 19th century. Waseda Business School ranked No. 175 in the CEOWORLD magazine’s ranking of the best business schools in the world for 2020.
- Graduate School of Business Administration at Kobe University: Kobe University is known for being one of the oldest and largest national universities in Japan, breathtaking location, and quality education. Its location beside the foothills of Mount Rokkō renders a wondrous view of the city and hence, a favored atmosphere for the academic studies.
It has been incepted with a mission to nourish young leaders with practical knowledge and unyielding discipline in social sciences that furnishes them to excel in both business and professional communities. One of the nation’s highest-ranking national universities and the first collegiate business school in Japan features 14 graduate schools and nourishes approximately 16,000 students with its esteemed professors via various undergraduate and graduate programs. The institution welcomes overseas students as well. Graduate School of Business Administration at Kobe University ranked No. 177 in the CEOWORLD magazine’s ranking of the best business schools in the world for 2020.
- Nagoya University of Commerce & Business (NUCB): Nagoya University of Commerce and Business is the first and only institution in Japan to be accredited by both accreditation boards- AACSB International and the Association of MBAs. NUCB is the only university that offers an English Global BBA track, keeping in view the requirement of English undergraduate education in the country. This sky-touching school features auditorium-style classrooms, business suites, a fitness room, and a large hall with a capacity of 300. NUCB offers courses like Executive MBA (for working students), MBA, Masters in Management, and MSc in Taxation. The university also inculcates the ‘sporty’ feel in its students by its 50 sports and culture clubs. The Sagamine Festival, usually held during the third week of October, is organized by NUCB students at the Nisshin Campus. The event is full of entertainment, various performances, and culturally themed booths. Nagoya University of Commerce & Business (NUCB) ranked No. 179 in the CEOWORLD magazine’s ranking of the best business schools in the world for 2020.
- Tokyo University of Science School of Management: It’s a private research university located in Shinjuku, Tokyo the main campus of which is located in the Kagurazaka district of Shinjuku. It is incepted with a motto of developing the nation through the advancement of science. The university has libraries in Kagurazaka, Noda, Katsushika, and Oshamambe. Tokyo University also has academic exchange agreements with 75 overseas universities and research institutions. This well-renowned university also provides various other amenities like the Science and Technology Museum, Athletic Facilities, Seminar House, Training Center, Morito Memorial Hall, etc. Tokyo University of Science School of Management ranked No. 181 in the CEOWORLD magazine’s ranking of the best business schools in the world for 2020.
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