Why GSIM?


Global Ranking

GSIM is enjoying solid rankings by several major international MBA school ranking services (EIU, CNN Expansion, Nikkei, QS, TopMBA). In the prestigious Economist Intelligence Unit’s “Top-100 Business Schools of the World” rankings, IUJ is the only Business School in Japan to make the cut for more than 10 years.


Accreditation

GSIM has obtained accreditation from AACSB International, a “hallmark of excellence” in business education, and synonymous with the highest standards of quality. GSIM-IUJ is one of the four AACSB accredited universities in Japan up to date, and the first AACSB accredited English-medium school in Japan.


Partnerships with Top Business Schools

GSIM’s student exchange programs with many top business schools worldwide (Tuck, Kenan-Flagler, Schulich, EM Lyon, ESADE, IESE, HKUST,
NUS, etc.) provide our students with extra overseas study experiences. Our students also have the opportunities to interact with students from top business schools on campus.

Japan Focus


While IUJ’s main focus is global education, as a university located in Japan, we want to add Japan focus to our education by providing many courses in which students can learn about Japan. Japan-Global Development Program (JGDP) with 16 courses was created for that purpose. Students can join this program or after joining other programs can obtain Japan Focus Certificate by taking four JGDP courses.

We have strong connection with Japanese government and industries and have many interactions with them in our education. This is our additional Japan focus.

About GSIM


Two-year MBA Program was established in 1988 as the first US-style business school in Japan, offering a US MBA curriculum all in English. It was been recognized many times as one of the top 100 global MBA programs in the Economist’s “Best Business Schools” ranking.




Intensive (One-year) MBA program is a truly inspirational program designed for the most experienced and capable individuals who are willing to update to the frontier of managerial knowledge in an intensive 12-month period to upgrade their careers to the next level.




Japan-Global Development program (JGDP) is a two-year master’s program 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.



Alumni Voice

GSIM’s strong alumni network spread globally. GSIM alumni are playing important roles at government and private sectors at each corner of the world.

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IUJ Career Services provided me with many opportunities to meet employers from different industries for recruitment sessions and interviews during my studies in Japan. In addition, I received continuous support from individual sessions in improving my resume and setting my career objectives. Through IUJ Career Services, I managed to obtain both an internship in 2011 and employment after my graduation in Japan, with an offer before graduation!

Imelisa Tansil HertonoIndonesia, MBA Class of 2012, First job after IUJ: Management Consulting Accenture Japan Ltd.

Our life-long learning will last forever. Being a student of IUJ has been an enduring investment, one that commenced before admission, was assembled during my time at IUJ, and will flourish after graduation. I have learned and grown beyond my expectations. I am forever grateful!

Oscar MendozaMexico, MBA Class of 2010 First job after IUJ: Co-Chief Operating Officer, Frontier Securities

Many of my friends ask why I decided to do my Master’s at IUJ. I always tell them that there are a lot of things at IUJ that you cannot discover at other universities. IUJ is an international mini-country, which helps you learn in a completely different atmosphere.

In classes we get guest speakers who explain current operations and processes within their companies. The professors here are very kind and friendly. During classes students do not feel pressured, and it is actually quite pleasurable…

Sevinj IbrahimovaAzerbaijan Economist, E-Biz Class of 2006, German Technical Cooperation

In order to be functional in a global business environment, true communication skills, respect and understanding of other cultures, and fairness are the three important capabilities needed. The IUJ education and experience helped me to develop those skills. I also gained a bird’s eye-view to oversee and grasp the overall business operations, which is an essential quality of a manager.

Yasuji NishiuraMBA Class of 1995, Japan, General Manager, Marketing Department Global Mining Business Division Komatsu Ltd.