Institute of Business and Accounting
In this advanced information and communication technology age, what is the significance of studying management? In particular, what is the significance in studying it at a place where students from different countries and with different cultural backgrounds have all been brought together? We believe that real, not virtual, experiences are crucial to success in an uncertain world, and the International Management Course (IMC) can provide such unique, real experiences. The IMC is designed to be small so as to promote close and extensive exchange among the students themselves as well as with faculty members. Despite the small size, we have successfully maintained diversity in student nationalities and cultures. By joining this course, students gain real exposure to the world. Students will exchange ideas, relate experiences and share aspirations of future success with classmates from a diverse range of backgrounds.
Studying in the Kansai area of Japan also provides students with unique experiences. They will encounter a society which is orderly and warm-hearted. For Japanese students, as well, it will provide them with a good opportunity to appreciate the unique differences and commonalities in Japanese society which they have taken for granted.
It is difficult studying in a country and environment where people's views and backgrounds are different from your own. However, it is exactly this sort of experience which will help you develop the fortitude and determination to overcome any difficulty to achieve success.