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|Living in Japan right now, and looking to further your education? The International University of Japan is holding information sessions in Tokyo on Friday, October 5th from 7pm until 9pm, and on Saturday, October 6th from 2pm until 4pm to give prospective students insight into what the school has to offer.
IUJ was established in 1982 as the first English-language graduate school in Japan. Currently, 360 students from 60 countries undertake studies at the university, with over 4,300 additional alumni hailing from a total of 129 countries. It truly lives up to being the university Where the World Gathers.
IUJ is a school that is continually growing – not just by the number of countries that students hail from, but in its international standing. The Graduate School of International Management proudly obtained accreditation from AACSB International in February this year, and the University’s PhD program was inaugurated in 2015 with the number of doctoral candidates increasing annually.
This information session is applicable to those interested in applying to IUJ for the 2019 academic year or in the near future. The event will give participants the opportunity to find out more about what the university has to offer, as well as the chance to meet current students and alumni for first hand accounts of their experiences with the school.
The tentative schedule is as follows:
Information Session on Friday, October 5
Information Session on Saturday, October 6
*Please note, we welcome private inquiries for 15 minutes per person.
How to register your attendance:
For further information or questions about the Tokyo Information Session, please contact the IUJ Office of Admissions and Career Support (OACS).
“Business Practice in Situations – Manners at Work”
“Business Practice in Situations－Manners at Work” is for people who aspire to work, or are already working, in relation to Japan, to learn manners and rules in Japanese business contexts. There are three compatible languages versions of this text book－Japanese, English and Vietnamese.
“Elementary Japanese for IT Engineers〈1〉”
“Elementary Japanese for IT Engineers〈1〉” is for IT Engineers at elementary Japanese level. This textbook aims to enable learners to acquire specialized vocabularies about situations which IT engineers often face.
These two books belong to the International University of Japan (IUJ).
For any inquiries, please contact IUJ.
International University of Japan
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On July 24, 2018, IUJ and JICA (International Cooperation Agency) concluded a memorandum on joint implementation of the “Japanese Development Program (JDP)” under the JICA-University Alliance for Development Studies.
As set forth in this memorandum, IUJ and JICA will jointly operate a “Japanese Development Program (JDP)” established by IUJ to develop human resources contributing to the growth and development of the international community through social and economic development, reconstruction or stability in developing countries in the world. Japan has expanded its international contribution to the prosperity of the world and Asia, and more actively contributes to the maintenance of international order than ever before through the penetration of values shared by the international community. IUJ and JICA will take part in fulfilling this role.
The JDP will provide special education and research to its students from both the Graduate School of International Relations and Graduate School of International Management, who are deemed to have the intention and ability to contribute to the stability of the international community and development and growth of their own countries as future leaders. The program will also provide training in the universal logic that will be necessary for the development of their countries and enterprises.
Through the JDP, IUJ aims to become a university that dispatches and spreads Japanese development logic from Niigata to the world in English.
To learn more about the Japanese Development Program, please see the following news.