IUJ Ranks 90th in the Economist’s “Global Top 100 Business Schools”

IUJ Ranks 90th in The Economist’s “Global Top 100 Business Schools”

The Economist recently published its 2015 MBA rankings, and the Graduate School of International Management (GSIM) at the International University of Japan (IUJ) is listed as one of the world’s top 100 business schools. IUJ’s overall rank is 90th. The GSIM at IUJ is the ONLY school from Japan to again be included in this ranking. We also ranked 6th among all schools in Asia.

In addition to being 90th in the world overall, IUJ achieved positive results from the following key ranking categories:

Criteria                    Global Ranking
●Internationalism of alumni                23
●Percentage who received a job offer within three months of graduation     31

IUJ also extends congratulations to our Exchange Partner Schools that also placed in the World’s top 100 MBA ranking; including Darden (2nd) and Tuck (3rd) from the U.S., IESE (14th), Warwick (18th), ESADE (21st), Bocconi (50th) and EMLYON (75th) from Europe, Indian Institute of Management – Ahmedabad (60th) and NUS (87th) from Asia. IUJ is proud to have these programs and over 10 more in our educational network which allows IUJ students to study in these institutions and brings their students to the IUJ campus for a term.

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