Globis University Graduate School of Management
|Motto||Visionary Leaders who Create and Innovate Societies|
|Established||2006: gained University Status 1992 - Globis Corporation established|
The Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University (グロービス経営大学院 Gurōbisu keiei daigakuin) is a graduate business school in Tokyo, Japan. Globis started as a private education venture in 1992 by Japanese entrepreneur Yoshito Hori, later gaining official university status in 2006. The university currently offers part-time and online MBA programs in Japanese or English, and a full-time MBA program in English. Currently, Globis University is Japan's largest business school. 
- 1992 - Globis Corporation established and Globis Management School (GMS) formed
- 1994 - Globis publication business launched 1996 - Venture capital incubation fund established
- 2006 - The Graduate School of Management, Globis University established (Tokyo and Osaka campuses) 
- 2012 - Globis China established 2015 - Live Online MBA courses launched - Globis Thailand established 
- 2016 - Technovate (Technology + Innovate) courses launched 
Campuses and offices
Globis University has five campuses in Japan. The main campus is located near Kojimachi Station in central Tokyo, which offers both Japanese and English-language programs. 
Japanese-language programs are offered at the Osaka, Nagoya, Sendai, and Fukuoka campuses.
Globis also has offices in Shanghai, Singapore, and Bangkok.
Part-time MBA program
The Part-time MBA is a two-year program designed for working professionals. Classes are held in evenings and on weekends (Japan Standard Time), and can be taken on-campus, online, or a combination of the two.
Full-time MBA program
The Full-time program is a one-year accelerated program in Tokyo with classes held during regular business hours (with the option of taking part-time and/or online courses as well). This program includes a three-month professional internship.
Online MBA program
The Online MBA is a two-year program consisting of fully live and interactive online classes. Classes are held in evenings and weekends (Japan Standard Time). 
The Pre-MBA is a selection of fundamental for-credit courses that can be taken without committing to one of the above MBA programs. Credits earned and tuition paid for Pre-MBA courses will be transferred upon enrollment.
There are several rounds of admissions for the MBA program. Potential students may apply in the November, February, May, and July rounds for the part-time and online MBA; in the November, February, and March rounds for the full-time MBA.
- Location: Tokyo campus or online
- Credits: 48 (full-time MBA), 36 (part-time & online MBA)
- Program start: September (full-time MBA), October (part-time & online MBA)
- Program length: 1 year (full-time MBA), 2–5 years (part-time & online MBA)
Partnerships and alliances
Globis University has exchange programs with:
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