International University of Japan (IUJ)
The International University of Japan (IUJ) was established in 1982, as Japan’s first graduate-school-only university, by bold leaders with a unique vision representing business, government and world organizations. IUJ is offering courses in English to 380 students from 60 diverse countries. With on-campus dormitories, friendly staff and supportive faculty, IUJ is an excellent academic setting. IUJ is consist of two graduate schools. One is the Graduate School of International Relations (GSIR) which is intended to equip students with political, economic, and management skills, as well as historical and cultural perspectives, so that they may become specialists who understand and analyze various issues related in international relations. The GSIR is designed to also help students acquire a long-term vision of the rapidly changing world, appreciate diverse perspectives of global and local contexts, and enhance their level of knowledge and problem-solving capabilities in contemporary international affairs. The other is the Graduate School of International Management (GSIM). The GSIM is the only Business School in Japan which ranks in The Economist’s “Global Top 100 Business Schools”. In addition, the GSIM has obtained accreditation from AACSB International, a “hallmark of excellence” in business education, and synonymous with the highest standards of quality.