Re: Japan UNI:Graduate Program in Management -
September 11th, 2008
Graduate Program in Management
Graduate School of Business Administration
Director of the Graduate Program in Management
Educational Philosophy and Goals
The Graduate School of Business Administration at Nanzan University, one of the oldest graduate programs of business administration in Japan, has turned out many capable scholars since its inception in 1972. In addition to researchers who have completed their doctoral courses (22 as of 2004), many students who have completed the program have gone on to build successful careers in local enterprises, contributing to the cultivation of various types of advanced scholarly professionals in the Chubu region - from researchers and entrepreneurs to technical workers and managerial officials. Furthermore, by welcoming international students from a variety of different regions of the world, we have contributed to the training and cultivation of capable professionals who benefit their home country overseas. Every year the Graduate School of Business Administration also receives a large number of candidates who are working adults, which is evidence that we are responding to an eagerness of individuals who want to theoretically organize cultivated experience that has been amassed in the real world.
The curriculum of the Graduate School of Business Administration is based on the western model of the MBA program, and includes studies in accounting, finance, organization, personnel affairs, marketing, management strategy, and international business. We are predicting that there will be a rise in demand for advanced professionals with proficient knowledge and skills from not only businesses, but from such nonprofit fields as administrative organizations, education, medicine, and nursing.
In order to accommodate a wide range of individuals coming from different backgrounds, there are several different examination methods available for entry into the program. These include general admission (review of documents, an essay, an English proficiency test, and an interview), working adult admission (review of documents, a report, and an oral examination), study-abroad admission for foreign students living abroad (review of documents), and admission upon recommendation (review of documents and interview; this option, however, is limited to Nanzan University students only).
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