15:00 - 17:00 (Japan Standard Time) with Gil Chavez Register Now Details
Explore the GLOBIS MBA through a Trial Class, learn practical business skills, and take the first step towards a life-changing experience.
At GLOBIS University, we develop leaders who have practical business skills, an understanding of technology, an entrepreneurial spirit, and a strong sense of mission.
At this event, you will learn what makes the GLOBIS MBA unique and how we go beyond business. You will have the opportunity to join an interactive MBA Trial Class taught by one of our experienced lecturers. You will also hear first-hand from one of our students or alumni about their experiences. Moreover, our Admissions Advisors can share information on the application process, financing options, and answer your questions.
The topic of the Trial Class will be Critical Thinking. Focused on problem-solving and communication, this is the most popular course for new students at GLOBIS and one of the most in-demand skills of modern business.
Notes about this interactive online event
This event will be held live online. Upon registration, a link will be sent to your email address with a URL and details on how to join. Some tips for the event!
- Join on time as the event will be live (we recommend signing in at least 5 minutes early)
- Please try to have earphones, microphone and/or a webcam ready for a more interactive experience
- Have a good time and don’t be shy to participate in the discussions
DateSaturday, October 3, 2020
Registration FeeFree of charge
16:25MBA Program Info
MS in Mass Communications, University of Kansas A corporate and marketing communications consultant for nearly three decades, Mr. Chavez has worked with many of the top brands and executives in Asia Pacific. He has spent nearly 20 years in international business in Tokyo. He has his own consultancy focusing on corporate and marketing communications. He is also a senior advisor to Kyodo PR, the largest independent public relations agency in Japan. Mr. Chavez has also been a professor and lecturer at several universities, including California Polytechnic State University, and an analyst for Nortel Networks. See full profile