Mission and Value
IUJ Business School, the Graduate School of International Management (GSIM), was started in 1988 in collaboration with the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College, USA, becoming the first U.S. style business school in Japan. With the aim of developing global business leaders for the future, the program is built upon a curriculum which focuses on the comparative analysis of global issues from a Japan-Asia perspective, while also adhering to the high standards set for a global MBA education. Through this unique approach, the IUJ Business School has established itself as a leading graduate business school in Japan and Asia Pacific.
As our MBA program grew, it became clear that we needed a more technology oriented program to meet the growing demand for managers with technology and business skills. Thus, in 2001, the IUJ Business School started the one-year E-Business Management (E-Biz) Program, becoming the first business school in Japan to create such a program.
IUJ's unique cross-cultural environment offers excellent opportunities for students to interact and network with fellow students in a truly global environment found only at a few leading business schools in the world. Our resident and visiting faculties with world-class business experience provide excellent opportunities for students to interact on our residential campus. We also provide ample industry interaction with guest speakers, company visits, and projects. Developing your career is our number one priority.
Business School Ranking
IUJ's Business School appears as the top Japanese business school in most recent rankings of Asia-Pacific region schools published by Best Education (USA), Asiaweek, and ASIA INC. In the 2007 Economist ranking of "Top-100 Business Schools of the World" IUJ's Business School was the only school from Japan and it was among only a handful of Asian Business Schools in the Top-100 ranking.