Full-time MBA Policies

Admission Policy

Our mission is to develop visionary leaders who create and innovate societies.

Satoshi Hirose, Secretary-General at the Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University

To achieve this mission, we admit students with qualities that will enable them to play a wide range of roles as future visionary leaders. In addition, our diverse body of students inspire each other as they work to realize their own aspirations. Our students have critical and logical thinking skills, communication skills, and the ability to get things done. In addition to this, our students possess a kokorozashi, and the will and creativity to bring about positive change in society.

Curriculum Policy

Our mission is to develop visionary leaders who create and innovate societies. To this end, our curriculum is designed to develop leaders with the necessary skills to solve problems in a rapidly evolving business environment.

Structure

Each course falls into one of three categories: Fundamental, Applied and Specialized. After acquiring basic knowledge with Fundamental courses, and honing their skills with Applied courses, students can use these skills to tackle contemporary issues and problems in Specialized courses.

Fundamental and Applied courses are split into six disciplines. Three of these disciplines are common to any MBA program: Organizational Behaviour & Human Resource Management, Marketing & Strategy, and Accounting & Finance. They allow students to systematically acquire the skills that will allow them to understand people, capital and money. In addition, GLOBIS focuses on Three additional unique disciplines: Critical & Analytical Skills, Management Philosophy, and Technovate. During tough times, leaders must rely on their values and beliefs to guide them. In addition, in today’s environment of rapid change, modern leaders need a deeper understanding of technology to thrive.

Our specialized courses are split into the following areas: Creation, focusing on creating something from scratch. Innovation, focusing on the iteration and growth of existing things. Japan/Asia/Global, focusing on the development of leaders who drive creation and innovation in an Asia-centered Global economy.

How?

Classes at GLOBIS are discussion-based in order to help students put their acquired knowledge into practice and produce real results. GLOBIS uses the Case method of study, so students may think deeply about topics and develop their practical skills through repeated discussion.

GLOBIS offers a one-year Full-time program as well as a two-year Part-time program to cater to the needs of working professionals.

Diploma Policy

The mission of the university is to develop highly motivated business leaders who will be a source of creation and innovation.

Students are expected to acquire the required credits in a curriculum designed to achieve this mission, and as a result, to reach a state where they can play an active role as business leaders who create and innovate societies.

In addition, we expect students to gain a deep understanding of Japan through a year of intensive study at the Tokyo campus in English, and to acquire the qualities of business leaders who can be active in Asia and around the world.

Specifically, students gain global perspectives and a sense of mission, as well as the ability to quickly perceive the true nature of a given issue, think by themselves about the direction of change required, and communicate this effectively to drive people into action, even in rapidly changing and unprecedented environments. These are broad business skills that enable students to envision dreams and take on challenges even in entirely new fields.

The degree of Master of International Business Administration (Professional) is conferred to students who have achieved these goals.