The International Module at Keio Business School

Located in Yokohama, sharing borders with Metropolitan Tokyo, Keio Business School has been contributing to business communities  as the first business chool in Japan since 1962. The Japan Module enables participants to learn both modern and traditional aspects of Japan.

  • Factory visits and workshops are designed for participants to experience the “touch and feel” of actual manufacturing know-hows and nurture insights to be brought  back to home countries.
  • Japan is a showcase of “an extremely aged society” with the longest life expectancy in the world, which is 84.7 years (WHO 2016). This means our social security system faces a serious dilemma. We discuss this problem which is inevitable in the near future for every nations in the world.
  • Corporate Speakers will be chosen either from goverments, manufactring, agri-business, robotics, biotech, or animation and entertainment
  • One-day excursion to an old capital of Japan, the city of Kamakura, will expose participants to traditional Japanese values and cultures, which is an indispensable ingredient of business success by Japanese companies.

Keio Business School
Graduate School of Business Administration, Keio University
4-1-1 Hiyoshi Kohoku-ku, Yokohama Kanagawa, 223-8526 JAPAN

Masahiro Okada
Academic Director of the EMBA program and Consortium Chair
City Guide
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