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TIU offers a four-year Bachelors Degree program completely taught in English, which means you can enjoy college life in Japan even if you don’t know Japanese! Check the description for more info ↓ If you want to study at Tokyo International University in Tokyo, Japan, through Go! Go! Nihon’s free service, you can get more information about its cost, application deadlines, location, demographics, intensity level, location and other features here: https://gogonihon.com/en/universities/tokyo/tokyo-international-university. If you want to see more Japanese language school options in Tokyo, Yokohama, Osaka, Kyoto, Fukuoka & Sapporo, Japan, you can watch full videos on all of our supported school here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpgK0PYrRU4zF207jV8E5LTHvvVfLgfep Can’t commit to lo...
------ ★ Video Purpose: Study Abroad & School In Japan - Pros and Cons. To share my personal experience of studying abroad in Japan.★ This is a video I made for the annual party Malaysia Night 2014 in Tokyo for entertainment purpose. :p Although I made fun of studying in Japan in the video, all the experience I gained from studying in Japan are amazing! The best learning I got from studying in Japan is that I have learned the ultimate Japanese spirit - Wa no Kokoro (Harmony heart). In Japan, we value a person's personality, passion, enthusiasm, and we care about others feelings first before even think for ourselves. Well there are always pros and cons in everything. We should all look at the positive side and try to learn and take it into our own culture. :) Share & Like if you had ...
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Studying abroad is an extremely valuable experience, but can also be a daunting prospect! Verda Khan, a student on BA (Hons) International Business, tells us about her semester in Japan, and the challenges and rewards it set her.
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I planned a 6 day trip to Tokyo just to find some ideas on establishing those first steps and first connections on the journey to starting a business in Japan as a foreigner. Assuming that you’re all set with a business visa or some other eligible visa that enables you to create a business in Japan, you’re on the right path – but there are many other considerations and challenges that you’re likely to run into over establishing a business in your home country. I’ve created this video to help get the gears turning for those in their initial stages. I’ve learned that there are great networks of people which vast knowledge on various business segments, as well as numerous business consultants that have walked down this path themselves, as well as government-sponsored groups like the Tokyo O...
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A.T. Kearney Japan Chairman and Partner Tak Umezawa shares his participation in the NEXTOKYO Project and a vision for Tokyo after the 2020 Olympics. GLOBIS Faculty Cris Vlad then joins him for a dialogue session.
The Business Study Mission (BSM) is an essential component of the Nanyang MBA programme. BSM provides the platform for the practical applications of the knowledge gained from the core courses and electives, by visiting local or overseas companies, meeting and engaging top executives. Some of the previous BSM destinations have included Argentina, Myanmar, New Zealand and South Africa.
To enhance the international component of our MBA program, in 2013 we introduced an international study trip. The entire MBA class journeyed to Tokyo in May 2013. For more information about our MBA program, please visit: www.mcgill.ca/mba For more information about the Desautels Faculty of Management, please visit: www.mcgill.ca/desautels
With my MBA classmates of GLOBIS Graduate School of Management, we are having a very serious, but also very fun and enjoyable time studying together and preparing our class assignment. This study session was on Financial Accounting, and it was nice to see all of us as a performing team jumping on the problem, joining force to solve it. This is very peculiar to the way GLOBIS pushes students to behave, i.e. create a strong network, collaborate and enjoy the experience of the School.
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The International Field Workshop 2016, running from 24 to 30 January, consists of 11 graduate public policy students from the University of Tokyo’s Graduate School of Public Policy, accompanied by a faculty member and programme coordinator. This bi-annual field trip takes students to various institutions around the world, where they will engage with their professional counterparts in related fields. Follow us! Wordpress: https://internationalfieldworkshop2016.wordpress.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/internationalfieldworkshop2016/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ifw2016 Music: www.bensound.com
On May 25, 2017, the Center on Japanese Economy and Business (CJEB) at Columbia Business School, hosted its annual Tokyo Conference, titled “Japan’s Global and Domestic Futures: The U.S. Relationship and FinTech.” The first panel featured speakers, David L. Asher, Senior Vice President for Strategy and Financial Services at SparkCognition, Inc.; Yuko Kawai, Head of FinTech Center of the Payment and Settlement Systems Department at the Bank of Japan; Yutaka Matsuo, Co-Director of the Chair for Global Consumer Intelligence and Project Associate Professor at the University of Tokyo; and Masaaki Tanaka, Senior Global Advisor at PwC International. The panel was moderated by Takatoshi Ito, Professor at the School of International and Public Affairs of Columbia University.