The Open House Session includes a presentation regarding the background and details to the Desautels Faculty of Management's McGill MBA Japan Program.
McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management’s EQUIS–accredited MBA Japan program has a unique curriculum and schedule that lets you complete a full MBA on weekends in as little as 20 months. Taught on weekends by professors who fly in from McGill’s home campus in Montreal, the MBA Japan is the best way to broaden your horizons and move your career and your organization forward.
On Sunday, February 16th, 2014 The McGill MBA Japan Class of 2015 Student Council put on an outstanding Panel Discussion event that brought together a range of young Japanese Entrepreneurs along with our own Professor Michael Avedesian to discuss the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurial life in Japan. Mr Satoshi Suga, Director of Learning Edge, […]
The Canadian Olympic Hockey team clinched the Gold medal in the final last night with at 3-0 shutout victory over Sweden! The completes a 6 win-zero loss series for the Canadian team. This is two in a row for the Canadian squad having achieved Gold in the Vancouver Olympics in 2010. Canadian Head Coach, Mike […]
A stellar panel of Entrepreneurs and Venture Capitalist will give their views on the state of Entrepreneurship in Japan. This will be an exciting opportunity to learn about the advances made in the world of Entrepreneurship directly from important participants in Japan. Panelists include Ms Rei Hasegawa, (MBA 2007) Employee #1 at Linkedin Japan, Ms. […]
The McGill Alumni Association in Japan–MAAJ–and McGill MBA Japan Program, in cooperation with the Canadian Embassy in Tokyo held a hugely successful McGill Japan Forum and Shinnenkai on Friday, January 17th, 2014. McGill Japan Forum, which took place at the Oscar Peterson Theatre, was moderated by Laura Younger (MBA 2009). This included a truly outstanding […]
On July 1, 2013 McGill MBA Japan program graduate (2011) Rikky Takahara was promoted to manager and technical assistant to the chief executive officer of the Nissan Motor Company and Renault-Nissan Alliance, Carlos Ghosn, based in Yokohama.
Weekend format allows you to continue working while studying for a full MBA.
Conveniently located in Shinjuku, a centre for business in Japan and Asia.
Diverse student body, with people from around the world
Taught by leading professors from the Desautels Faculty of Management.