Nagoya University of Commerce Business School has won the first place in Japan for three consecutive years in all the programs conducted on campus in the "Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking worldwide 2015-2016", a global survey of business school education, and also trains tax accountants. In the course "Tax Law Department", business leader education was highly evaluated in the world, such as being ranked No. 3 in Asia and No. 1 in the world.
"Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking worldwide" is a ranking of business schools around the world conducted by SMBG of France. "Program reputation" by companies and universities, targeting 154 schools and 1,000 programs in 4,000 countries around the world. It is evaluated and ranked according to the three criteria of "graduates' careers and income" and "graduates' satisfaction".
This Nagoya University of Commerce Business School is the first graduate school in Japan that has passed the MBA international certification by AACSB and AMBA, which are regarded as the authority of international management education, and lectures are held only on Saturdays and Sundays in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya. I am.In this survey, the tax accountant training course "Tax Law Division" was ranked No. 1 in Asia and No. 6 in the world, and it was also highly evaluated as No. 1 in Asia in the entrepreneur training division and general management division in the weekend MBA. In response to this, it was evaluated as 2014 palms (4 stars), which is the "top business school with great international influence" following 4.
In December 2015, the graduate school master's degree program and course certification program were launched by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology's "Professional Practical Ability Development Program BP (Brush up)" with the aim of improving the abilities necessary for working adults. With the certification of "Program for professional)", we aim to promote re-learning of working adults in cooperation with the education and training benefit system of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.