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MBA in Japan-Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy

MBA in Japan

The Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy (ICS) offers students the opportunity to earn an MBA degree in International Business Strategy at Hitotsubashi University. In order to meet the requirements of an MBA degree, students must take a minimum of 66 credits during the First Year. Applicants for the MBA Program in International Business Strategy will be able to select from two options, both of which offer the MBA degree.

The selection criteria for admission is identical for both options since all students are integrated completely in the first year, follow the same academic calendar, and must meet the same academic requirements. All students experience a very intensive curriculum in the first year (several students in the past have noted humorously that the name of our graduate school, ICS, means, “I Can’t Sleep!”). The sharing of this common experience establishes a strong cohort network among all 1-year and 2-year students that they can take with them far beyond their graduation.


The respective application deadlines and the interview dates are:

  • ROUND 1 
    Application term: December 1, 2014 – January 13, 2015
    Interview date: February 6, 2015
    Admission decision date: February 19, 2015
  • ROUND 2

    Application term: February 2, 2015 – March 13, 2015
    Interview date: April 3, 2015
    Admission decision date: April 16, 2015

Application Process

Completed and signed application form with a photo (Form A).

For non-Japanese applicants residing in Japan, a photocopy of the front and back of your foreign registration card.

Official TOEFL score report (only for applicable students; please see the above criteria).
Please enclose a photocopy of the TOEFL score report and have ETS send us the official report directly.

(g) Official GMAT score report. Please enclose a photocopy of the GMAT score report and have GMAC send us the official report directly.

(h) For company-sponsored applicants: An official letter from the employer stating company sponsorship the applicant (for applicants from Japanese companies, Haken Shodakusho in Japanese is acceptable).

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