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IUJ is holding an online information sessions by IUJ Alumni
In October, we will be holding online information sessions with IUJ alumni to help you understand the admissions process better by listening to their experiences and advice from alumni in their home countries.
IUJ was established in 1982 as the first English-language graduate school in Japan. Currently, 311 students from 56 countries undertake studies at the university, with alumni hailing from a total of 139 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 in 2018, and a new master’s program the Japanese-Global Development Program was established to provide students the opportunity to learn universal development and growth logic in the fields of politics, economy and management, using Japan’s experiences in economic development and corporate growth as basic case materials.
This information session is applicable to those interested in applying to IUJ for the 2021 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.
– Online Information Sessions by IUJ Alumni-
USA and Canada
Saturday, October 10, 8pm – 9pm East Coast USA time (9am Sunday Japan time)
Saturday, October 17, 10am – 11am Thailand time (12noon Japan time)
Saturday, October 17, 4pm – 5pm Malaysia Time (5pm Japan time)
Saturday, October 17, 12noon – 1:00pm Bangladesh Time (3pm Japan Time)
Sunday, October 18, 1:30pm – 2:30pm China Time (2:30pm Japan Time)
Sunday, October 18, 10am – 11am Turkey Time (4pm Japan Time)
Sunday October 18, 11am – 12am Europe time (6pm Japan Time)