Internships provide critical, first-hand experience for those seeking to understand Japan’s corporate world. Translate your classroom knowledge into practical skills and show potential employers your strengths.
But you’re not just there to show your potential–you’re there to add value.
Our sponsor organizations will determine the scope of your projects as an intern. To achieve your course objectives, you must take initiative and communicate.
At GLOBIS, we don’t call them internships. We call them the Integrated Learning Experience (ILP), which is an integral course of our MBA curriculum. ILP combines actual work experience with ongoing academic support from faculty and credits for graduation.
Here’s how it works:
One week after the start of ILP, you’ll be asked to submit a pre-assignment, such as market research of your host company or a business development pitch. Faculty will mentor you one-on-one to drill down into operations, market research, business plan development, etc.
After a month, you will share your progress with your faculty advisor
Finally, at the end of ILP, you will present your final project to GLOBIS.
Placement rate of Full-time MBA students in 2021
Student interns who got a full-time job offer through GLOBIS-facilitated network and activities
We partner with the GLOBIS G1 Institute to connect with over 150 affiliate companies, including Oisix, Hoshino Resorts, Yahoo! Japan, Seino Holdings, Cainz Home, IBM, V-cube, and other renowned organizations.
*Partnership with specific companies is subject to changes in market condition and business needs.
You can access the full list of Corporate Mentorship Partners by clicking on the button below:
Internships through ILP provide a win-win for you and our corporate partners.
We’ll support you at every step of your ILP journey, from finding the right opportunity to preparing for your specific role.
We also host career events where you can learn about internship opportunities, hear from alumni, and expand your MBA network.
For further details please contact the Careers Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
Register for the ILP course
GLOBIS will contact companies for internship opportunities that start the following summer. You can also bring opportunities to the Career Office that you’ve found on your own.
Gather information and prepare your application
Take advantage of GLOBIS’s one-on-one resume consultations. Then attend information sessions by partner companies to check your interest and fit.
Prepare for your interview while companies screen your application.
Sign off the contract with the host company.
Start your internship
After acceptance, the company will provide the start date for your two-month internship. During your time with them, work closely with your assigned faculty advisor to showcase the best of your skills.