GSM at a glance



The Graduate School of Management of Kyoto University was established in April 2006 with the aim of fostering advanced human resources development through a fusion of humanities and science.
Our objective is to provide “a bridge between advanced management research and highly specialized practices.”




Opportunity to learn a diverse range of disciplines. (34 core faculty members out of a total of 124)
※As of Oct. 2021

Number of faculty members

Workshop System


Since one full time faculty averagely supervises as many as 7 students, students can expect to receive attentive support from the faculty members.

Student Background

Foreign students

The number of international students is almost equal to the number of domestic students. There is a diverse learning environment.

Students with Work Experience

Working people & new graduates

Many of our students are experienced professionals, who are enrolling for career advancement or career change in the future.

International Collaboration


41 partner schools in 21 countries

Number of Events

Number of events

including seminars, lectures, debriefings and workshops.


Number of graduates
Number of graduates

There will be more GSM graduates who play active roles in business nationally or internationally.


Employment by Industry

※Based on the survey for graduates of the class of 2020,
Who confirmed employment.