International MBA Programs (i-BA & i-PM) 2021

Guidelines

Please read the guidelines carefully and send all application documents together by the deadline. Please read the guidelines, Important Notes and FAQ before contact us. We will update the guidelines for 2022 around June 2021 (tentative).

Admission Guidelines 2021

Online Application

Period : August 24, 2020 (Mon) – September 18, 2020 (Fri), 5pm (JST).

At first please read the Important Notes for Online Application carefully.

1. Click “Graduate School of Management” of “Graduate School List” on the top of the website or scroll down to the bottom of the website.

2. You can find “International Program (i-BA & i-PM), Graduate School of Management”. 

3. Click “Initial Application” in the category.

* “Check/Change Application Details” is for the applicants who would like to check or change the details of application even though they completed the procedure once.

Please go to the following website to do it.

https://www.webshutsugan.com/kyoto-u-daigakuin-en/

Application Forms

  • [Form 1] Application Form for Admission, 2021 [Word]
  • [Form 2] Detailed Educational Background and Employment History for Admission, 2021 [Word]
  • [Form 3] Letter of Recommendation for Admission, 2021 [Word]
  • [Form 4] Education and Professional Plan for Admission, 2021 [Word]
  • [Form 5] i-BA & i-PM Application Materials Check List, 2021 [Word]

Download [Form 1], [Form 2], [Form 5]

Download [Form 3]

Download [Form 4 for i-BA Applicants]

Download [Form 4 for i-PM Applicants]

Application for Preliminary Eligibility Screening *Only For Applicants who fall under the Admission Guidelines Section 3, (9) or (10)

Period : Preliminary Eligibility Screening has been closed.

Preliminary Eligibility Screening Guideline 2021 [PDF]

Download Application Form for Preliminary Eligibility Screening, 2021 [Word]

FAQ

Before contact us to ask any questions, please refer to the FAQ page.

We are currently working under a telework due to COVID-19. Please contact us via email if you have an insoluble problem.