Graduate School of Economics (International Business Studies Program)
The International Business Studies Program (IBSP) of Soka University Graduate School of Economics has launched in the fall semester of 2016 with the philosophy of value creation and the aim of fostering creative global business leaders who have the capability not only to overcome any difficulties but also to bring about innovative changes in the present and future global society.
Features & Benefits of IBSP
- All courses in the IBSP are conducted in English
- The IBSP welcomes students in the fall semester, so all students begin the program at the same time.
- The IBSP consists of the three broad areas of study — Accounting & Finance , Management & Strategy, and International Business & Economics. Students can choose courses and areas according to individual interests and purpose.
- The IBSP includes an internship program in Japan. Synergy can be realized through the internship experience and course learning.
- The IBSP offers a unique opportunity and environment to understand globalized Asian business society through living and studying in Tokyo.
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