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IUJ is holding an Online Information Session and a Mock Lecture for Digital Transformation Program on Saturday February 20th.
Looking to further your digital transformation education? The International University of Japan is holding an Online Information Session and a Mock lecture for the Digital Transformation Program on Saturday February 20th between 3 pm and 5 pm, to give prospective students insight into what IUJ’s Digital Transformation Program has to offer.
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 Digital Transformation Program will be established in 2021 to train future managers and entrepreneurs with particular strengths in the DX domain.
You are invited to join an online information session and a mock lecture for the Digital Transformation Program (DXP) of our unique graduate school, where you will:
-Learn about our Digital Transformation Program
-Discover what our school has to offer you and how our school will help you achieve your future career
-Find out how you can be part of our Fin Tech class
During the online session, you will meet our admission staff and Dean Hyunkoo Lee of Graduate School of International Management. You will also take a Mock lecture “FinTech” with Assistant Professor Yuen Leng Chow.