Enjoy continuous learning opportunities at GLOBIS
G1 Global Conference
This annual invitation-only event brings together a diverse group of Japanese and international business executives and government officials to discuss pressing economic, political and societal issues affecting Japan and the world.
Learn the skills and mindsets needed to thrive in today’s challenging world by developing an understanding of expert speakers’ own unique strategies and experiences.
GLOBIS hosts inspiring one-day reunions after graduation. A chance for alumni to renew old friendships and to further develop the GLOBIS community.
There are countless opportunities to continue learning after graduation by taking courses from all GLOBIS programs—in English, Japanese and Online*.
(*There are a few exceptions for graduates.)
Make the most of your network
Over 130 representatives from GLOBIS MBA programs have regular Alumni Committee meetings in Japan called G-Kai. In addition, alumni will always be connected to GLOBIS with regular updates, newsletters, as well as events and career opportunities.
GLOBIS Chapters are organized and operated exclusively for charitable, educational, and self-development purposes by graduates in their local areas. GLOBIS Chapters are currently incorporated in Singapore, Philippines, Thailand, and Malaysia.
Each chapter plans special off-site activities. Peer interaction and coaching are great opportunities to develop yourself and to become a leader who creates and innovates in local society.
The diverse range of student clubs at GLOBIS offers you the chance to deepen your knowledge, expand your network, and put your business ideas into practice even after graduation.
Over 50 student clubs cover a wide range of activities and interests from cultural and language exchanges to advocating for policy change and even book publishing. Join as many as you like, or start your own.
Start your own business
GLOBIS Venture Challenge
GVC provides the opportunity to compete for start-up capital and coaching. The program was founded to accelerate the development of innovative business leaders, with a Grand Prize of 5 million yen (as of 2015).
Goen-Net is a lifelong mutual support program for leaders and one of the highest rated programs in GLOBIS. Small groups of 7–8 MBA graduates meet regularly, to reflect on their work and life, disclose their challenges and concerns, and learn to overcome them through shared insights from peers in non-judgmental and safe environment.