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    配布用Mbaoc 20140225 配布用Mbaoc 20140225 Presentation Transcript

    • Part-time & Full-time MBA Program GLOBIS University Open Campus The MBA at GLOBIS is committed to developing “Visionary Leaders who create and innovate societies”
    • Our MBA Programs Part-time Full-time Part-time (evenings and weekends) (daytime) (evenings and weekends) Launched in 2009 2012 2006 Start Date April September April Duration 2 years 1 year 2 years Location Tokyo Tokyo Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Sendai, Fukuoka 35 28 27 468 Format Students (2013 intake) 2
    • A Quick Glance at Our MBA 3
    • What is GLOBIS? 4
    • 1992 20 students 5
    • 2013 Over 7,000 students 6
    • About GLOBIS - History Founded in Tokyo Nagoya Campus GLOBIS Shanghai Part-time Singapore MBA Office Fukuoka Program Campus 1992 1993 2004 2006 2009 2012 2013 2014 Osaka Campus Accredited by the Japanese Government Full-time MBA Program Sendai Campus 7
    • GLOBIS is No. 1: Largest MBA in Japan 8000 Red = MBA students Blue = non-degree students 6000 4000 Over 7000 students in 2013 2000 0 92' 93' 94' 95' 96' 97' 98' 99' 00' 01' 02' 03' 04' 05' 06' 07' 08' 09' 10' 11' 12' 8
    • GLOBIS is No. 1: Largest MBA in Japan 531 531 students in 2013 301 348 414 223 128 103 78 06' 07' 08' 09' 10' 11' 12' 13' 9
    • GLOBIS is No. 1 in Quality No. 1 in Japan for student satisfaction (2008 & 2009) The No. 1 choice for those with business school experience (2012 & 2013) Source: Nikkei Surveys 10
    • President Hori’s Mission Develop “Visionary Leaders who Create and Innovate Societies” 11
    • To become a Visionary Leader, you need … Personal Mission Personal Network Business Skills 12
    • Personal Mission  A clearer direction Kokorozashi  Passion & energy Discover what you truly want to achieve in life through the GLOBIS MBA.  A more successful and rewarding career 13
    • Personal mission Develop your personal mission  Declare and reflect  President’s Session  MBA Courses 14
    • Entrepreneurship An MBA for Entrepreneurs 15
    • Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurial Experience 16
    • Entrepreneurship Specialized courses  Venture Strategy  Venture Capital & Finance  Strategic Reorganization 17
    • Entrepreneurship Venture Capital 18
    • Practicality Why are we so practical? 19
    • A Practical Teaching Method Curriculum The Case Method Putting YOU in the shoes of the key decision-makers. decision Apply your learning to real situations  Cases developed by top business schools and GLOBIS 20
    • Faculty: Passion and Excellence  Top Business Professionals • Real-world experience • Experts in their field  Excellent Facilitation Skills • Enable students to cross the line between “knowing” and “doing”  Passion for Students’ Learning • More than just teachers 21
    • Beyond a Business School Corporate Education 22
    • The GLOBIS Difference Personal Mission Entrepreneurship Practicality 23
    • The GLOBIS Curriculum Build the MBA that’s right for you 24
    • The GLOBIS Curriculum 25
    • The GLOBIS Curriculum Exchanges with the Japanese MBA  Exchange up to 1/3 of your credits  Same curriculum for both programs 26
    • Meet our Students International Student Body 27
    • A Truly Global Environment in Tokyo 28
    • Part-time MBA Program Statistics 29
    • Full-time MBA Program Statistics 30
    • Events & Activities 31
    • Meet the world, be inspired! Top Seminars Tina Seelig John Wood What I wish I knew when I was 20 Room to Read 32
    • Meet the Japan’s best! Norio Murakami Former President Google Japan Professional Seminars 33
    • Our own mini “Davos” right in Tokyo! Nik Gowing BBC World News G1 GLOBAL Conference 34
    • Meet the GLOBIS Network ASKA Conference 35
    • Expand your global network Exchanges with Top B-Schools BCEIBS (China) HKUST (Hong Kong) Columbia Business School (USA) HEC (France) 36
    • Expand your network in Japan Networking Events Tuesday Mar. 25 37
    • Team-building activities 38
    • Field trips: Explore Japan! 39
    • Club Activities: Create your own! 40
    • Career Services Land Your Next Job with our Career Services 41
    • Career Services •Internships and job opportunities •Corporate research projects •On-site visits •Special courses 42
    • How did our MBA help our alumni? Sugihara-san Koh-san MBA 2011, Japan MBA 2011, Malaysia MBA 2011, Switzerland Manager of CEO Office, dispatched to Malaysia Founder and President, IT Solutions Company Head of Operations at global business department Head of Technical Support & Product Dev. India Office Project Implementation Leader, Singapore Office Senior Trader at Sumitomo Corporation Manager at global IT Company in Tokyo Sales Executive in the Japanese HR Industry R&D manager, Japanese IT Company Manager in the German Chemical Industry Christian-san Lince-san MBA 2012, India Minori-san MBA 2012, Japan 43
    • A Life-changing Experience Get Inspired Meet the World Advance Your Career 44
    • Find the Program that works for you 45
    • MBA Programs & Tuition Format Program Length Entrance Students Intake Credits Enrollment Fee Tuition Part-time Full-time (evenings and weekends) (daytime) 2 years 1 year (maximum of 5 years) (maximum of 2 years) April, 2015 September, 2014 45 40 36 (approx. 24 courses) 48 (approx. 32 courses) JPY 23,000* JPY 206,000 JPY 2,930,000* JPY 3,909,000 *Fees for 2014 intake. Fees for 2015 yet to be determined. 46
    • Class Schedule: Part-time Program Courses are offered every 3 months (A total of 4 terms per year). To graduate in 2 years, students will be taking 3 courses per term. 日 SUN 月 MON 火 TUE 水 WED 木 THU 金 FRI 土 SAT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Critical Thinking 19:00-22:00 Business Presentation 19:00-21:00 Marketing 14:00-17:00 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 Critical Thinking 19:00-22:00 Business Presentation 19:00-21:00 Marketing 14:00-17:00 Note: Please remember that you will need to prepare for each class, review each class, and try to join study sessions 47
    • Class Schedule: Full-time program Courses are offered every 1.5 months (A total of 7 terms per year). To graduate in 1 year, students will be taking 4 or 5 courses per term. January Mon AM Tue PM AM Thu PM AM Fri PM AM PM 1st week Day 1 Day 1 Day 1 Day 1 Day 1 2nd week Day 2 Day 2 Day 2 Day 2 Day 2 3rd week Day 3 Day 3 Day 3 Day 3 Day 3 4th week Day 4 Day 4 Day 4 Day 4 Day 4 February Mon AM Tue PM AM Thu PM AM Fri PM AM PM 1st week Day 5 Day 5 Day 5 Day 5 Day 5 2nd week Day 6 Day 6 Day 6 Day 6 Day 6 •No class for full-time MBA students on Wednesdays and Weekends 48
    • MBA Application Requirements  Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree or equivalent - Three or more years of work experience - Be at least 22 years of age  Process: 1. Document Screening - Essays - Letter of Recommendation - Diploma & Transcript - English Test Score - Other forms/materials (see website) 2. Interview and Logical Thinking Examination ※You’ll be exempted from Logical Thinking Exam if you have completed the Critical Thinking course with the grades of A, B or C. 49
    • 2014 MBA Scholarships  GLOBIS Scholarships (Covers tuition fees) Part-time MBA Non-Japanese: 25% or 50% Full-time MBA Non-Japanese: Up to 100% Full-time MBA Japanese: 25% or 50% - Screening Criteria: a) Extensive international business experience b) Strong academic background c) Potential contribution to the MBA student body d) Native-level English proficiency e) Non-Japanese nationality (Part-time MBA) f) Financial need  JASSO and other Scholarships - For Japanese and non-Japanese students  Education Loans available 50
    • MBA Program Application Deadlines Part-time MBA (2015 intake)* First round: September Second round: November Third round: January Full-time MBA (2014 intake) First round: November 6 Second round: January 22 Third round: March 12 *Dates for the 2015 intake to be finalized 51
    • GLOBIS Online Admission 52
    • GLOBIS Online Admission Please create a new account 53
    • Pre-IMBA System Want to try our MBA courses from April? 54
    • Pre-MBA System Start taking courses before officially joining our MBA programs Pre-MBA • Limited to 1 year • Up to 15 credits (10 courses) • Tuition: JPY126,000 / course MBA Admission MBA <Merits of starting from Pre-MBA> • See if the MBA program is a fit for you. • Transfer the credits to the MBA program. • Tuition deducted from the MBA total tuition. • Actual MBA workload becomes lighter • Exempted from the logical thinking examination (with CRT credit) 55
    • Pre-MBA Timeline Application September Round November Round January Round 2014 April Term July Term October Term January Term MBA 2015 Pre-MBA Student (12 months) GLOBIS MBA Student 56
    • Pre-MBA System Pre-MBA 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 Integrated Learning Program (Curriculum map for PT-MBA Students) 57
    • Meet Your Lecturers! Critical Thinking Essentials of Accounting Saturday 18:00-21:00 Saturday 18:00-21:00 Marketing I Accounting I Tuesday 19:00-22:00 Organizational Behavior & Leadership Thursday 19:00-22:00 Gil Chavez Tadahiro Wakasugi Saturday 14:00-17:00 Megumi Taoka Essentials of Marketing & Strategy Business Presentation Keith Braden Shimpei Miyagawa Tuesday 19:00-22:00 Thursday 19:00-22:00 58
    • Pre-MBA System Application Deadline: March 24 Qualifications : • Work experience 2 years • A brief essay (200 words) • English Test Score/ Interview Apply online: Homepage → Programs → Pre-MBA → Apply 59
    • Start now and see the GLOBIS difference for yourself! Begin your MBA journey as a Pre-MBA student! 60
    • GLOBIS Social Media Click on the Social Media icons on our Website! 61
    • Individual Q&A: Please ask any questions to our staff Thank you for your attention! We look forward to seeing you in class! 62