GLOBIS University, Japan’s largest and No. 1 MBA school, is holding an MBA Trial Class for prospective Filipino students in Manila this month.
Known for its disruptive take on MBA education, GLOBIS University ensures the practicality of its courses and programs to adequately equip graduates with the necessary skills and expertise to advance their careers.
“We want to encourage Filipino business professionals to enroll in our program, and we believe that an experiential activity will effectively demonstrate GLOBIS University’s unique MBA education approach,” says Sven Van Stichel, GLOBIS Faculty.
To be held on November 16, 2019 at the Makati Diamond Residences, the MBA Trial Class is patterned after GLOBIS University’s case method where students tackle real-life business issues. Attendees will be introduced to a strategy framework and encouraged to participate in interactive discussions and group work during the trial class.
The activity will also be a venue for Filipinos to learn more about GLOBIS University’s course offerings and admission information.
“We at GLOBIS designed our MBA courses to address gaps in the global MBA education and provide students key insights that could help them make important business decisions,” Yoshito Hori, Founder and President of GLOBIS, shares. “We look forward to helping more Filipino professionals become competent business leaders at the forefront of evolving business landscape demands.”
The MBA Trial Class is open to the public and is free of charge.