The International MBA Programs (i-BA and i-PM) are a two year (four semester) program. Students will mainly take basic and specialized subjects in their first year, and practical business and advanced subjects in their second year. 


Through the utilization of a management education/research base which combines the humanities and sciences, the Graduate School of Management offers a balanced curriculum of practical and high advanced studies for the purpose of nurturing professionals who will be able to take part in diverse international fields. The curriculum includes the four categories of basic, specialized, practical business and advanced subjects.



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Governance and Ethics
Statistics for Business and Economics
Business Negotiation
Mathematics for Business and Economics
Corporate Finance and Capital Markets
Project Management
Strategic Management
Leadership Development
Managerial Accounting

Specialized Subjects

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Contract Management & Dispute Resolution
Firms & Industrial Organization in Japan
International Accounting
Development Dynamics and Policy Perspectives 
Transportation and Logistics Management
Business Development
Advanced Topics in Negotiation
Environmental Challenges and Business
Fundamental IO Analysis of Econ & Mgt 
Overseas Project Management Seminar 1
Overseas Project Management Seminar 2
Business Analysis and Valuation 
Comparative Business Ethic
Maintenance & Management of Infrastructure
Financial Management
Cross Cultural Management
Organization and Management
International Agribusiness Studies
Multiple Perspective on Management
Business Modeling and Design
Global Tourism & Hospitality Management 1
Global Tourism & Hospitality Management 2
Strategy & Practice for Global Open Mkt
Venture Creation and Financing
Corporate Strategy & Organization
Service Marketing 
Leadership Development
Managerial Accounting

Business Practice Subjects

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Risk Management & Finance
Supply Chain Management
Project Finance
Turnaround Management
Disaster Prevention & Recovery Management
Global Social Entrepreneurship -SDGs as a theme
Global Social Entrepreneurship and Leadership Style 
Emergency Management Basic
Advanced Subjects Workshop I
Workshop II

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Kyoto University Graduate School of Management Administrative Office

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