IPROMAC (till 3.2019) / i-BA & i-PM (from 4.2019)

 Application for 2019 has been closed.

2019 Academic Year Admission Guidelines

We will change the program and two international full-time programs will open in April 2019 which are fully instructed in the English language. One program is International Business Administration Program (i-BA) and the other is International Project Management Program (i-PM).


International Project Management Course

We provide a two years course with all classes being instructed in English.
This course was newly established under a national government program to meet the global expansion needs of Japanese businesses and started in April 2011. The structure of the curriculum will be focused on international project management.


International Project Management Program

The International Project Management Program accepts university graduates from diverse fields, those with work experience, and currently working professionals from all over the world, and offers an educational program to nurture highly advanced professionals who possess the necessary management skills to be able to successfully complete projects with special aims and or various restrictions/uncertainties.


Specifically, the program aims to develop leaders of the next generation with skills in international development management, project management, project finance, risk management, international contracts, arbitration management, etc., and those who will challenge the modern day problems of the global society.

Mizuho Securities Endowment (Corporate Finance)

018TakashiHikino差し替え Takashi HIKINO Adjunct Professor

【Specialized Fields】
International Management, Management Strategy, Corporate Governance, Management History

【Subjects】 Governance, Risk Management & Compliance, Firms and Industrial Organization in Japan, Business Leadership WorkshopⅠ ,Ⅱ, Business Ethics
【Background】 Graduated from the Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of Social Science, Senior Research Fellow at Harvard Business School, Research Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Center for International Studies, and others before becoming Associate Professor at the Kyoto University Graduate School of Economics. Concurrently Adjunct Professor of Strategic Management at Koc University.
【Publications】 Oxford Handbook of Business Groups, (joint editorship), Oxford University Press, 2010; The Global Chemical Industry in the Age of Petrochemical Revolution, (joint editorship), Cambridge University Press, 2006; and others.
【Message】 There exists a large gap between the theories of management and economics, and the realities of corporate management. Not to dismiss academic theories as being unuseful, I strive to offer lectures which will help students learn systematic knowledge which will be beneficial in considering businesses, in addition to learning effective and balanced perspectives when practicing management.
【Activities】 Activity Database on Education and Research, Kyoto University

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Kyoto University Graduate School of Management Administrative Office

Yoshida Honmachi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi
Kyoto 606-8501, Japan