Hitotsubashi ICS is an Anchor University under BXAI’s Asian Future Leaders Scholarship Program (AFLSP). Each year, 10 AFLSP scholarship places are offered for ICS’s full-time MBA program.
About Hitotsubashi ICS:
Founded in 1875, Hitotsubashi University was Japan’s first educational institute to teach business and commerce. The university’s Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy (ICS) was established in 1998 in the heart of Tokyo as a graduate school of business administration. Hitotsubashi ICS’s English-based MBA program has an average class size of about 60 students, of which 80% are international. The program’s world-class curriculum covers a wide range of topics including Japanese culture, corporate finance, economics, and marketing research, and also offers a unique double-degree MBA program that allows for one year at Peking University or Seoul National University in addition to a year in Tokyo, resulting in an MBA from each university.
- 10 scholarship places are offered for ICS each year, including both one-year and two-year scholarships.
- Scholars may enroll in special courses on knowledge management, a globally accepted management model that originated in Japan.
- Scholars are required to work together to complete an independent research project that explores the relationship between Japan and China.
Application and Enquiries:
Hitotsubashi ICS operates an independent selection process for the AFLSP. To express your interest or apply for admission, please contact the university directly.