McGill University — MBA Japan Program
Bringing a World-class MBA to You

McGill University — MBA Japan Program
Location: Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Establishment year: 1998
Type of industry: University

Q How would you characterize your school?

We bring a world-class MBA to students in Tokyo. The McGill University Desautels Faculty of Management MBA is consistently ranked by the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal and QS Global MBA Rankings as one of the world’s top business schools. In our weekend format, we bring the same professors, same curriculum and same degree to Tokyo.

Q What benefit is there to getting an MBA at your school?

Quality, flexibility and the network. Outstanding quality of professors and curriculum that results in a degree that’s respected worldwide. The weekend format lets students continue working while earning an MBA. Classes are a diverse multinational group of working professionals from across industries. After graduating, you join an amazing McGill University network of 250,000 alumni around the world.

Q What level of English is needed?

All lectures, course material and class work is in English. Non-native English speakers may be asked to demonstrate proficiency through the TOEFL or IELTS test.

Q Please give a message to those considering enrollment.

Go to www.mcgillmbajapan.com. Sign up for an open house to learn more. The more people know about us, the more they like us.

(Respondent: David W. Hackett, Director)

McGill University —- McGill MBA Japan Program
Bring the World to You

McGill MBA Japan is an English language program in Tokyo, offered by McGill University (Montreal, Canada). The program enables you to continue working while you earn an MBA from one of the world's top universities. The class is taught by professors who fly in from the Montreal Campus of one of the best universities in the world.

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