Come and join the Japan Uni Consortium on March 5th, from 11:00 am JST to hear from student representatives from a range of universities in Japan. Sign up in advance using the link below, feel free to email any questions in advance…
The Institute for the Liberal Arts (ILA) is a small, international institute at Doshisha University, a large Japanese university. The ILA offers a Bachelor of Arts degree taught exclusively in English!
Location: The Institute is based at Doshisha’s Karasuma Campus, one of the several campuses, that are mostly located in Kyoto.
Please join Bocconi Bachelor Team for an event designed to answer all of your questions about the world’s first three-school, three-degree, four-year business program: the World Bachelor in Business.
7:30 AM CET, Germany
This one-hour Zoom webinar session includes a detailed overview shared by each school’s faculty academic director and features current-students, alumni and admissions representatives.
Please click the link below to reserve your spot, as spaces are limited.
Guidance and Recruitment Office
HKUST Business School
Undergraduate Programs Office
USC Marshall School of Business
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Minerva Schools at KGI
Minerva is a four-year, accredited university program created to prepare students to solve complex global challenges and thrive in today’s rapidly changing global context. They are a university seeking the brightest, curious and most motivated students in the world. They teach students to be open-minded global citizens by studying in 7 different cities worldwide; San Francisco, Hyderabad, Berlin, Taipei, Buenos Aires, London, and Seoul. With over 78% of students being international, this is an opportunity to grant students to experience to the world around them and the variety of different cultures.
You can find out more about Minerva here and here!
If there are any further questions Chris a UK undergraduate student of a Minerva School at KGI has offered to answer any questions you may have directly. https://calendly.com/aboorman/60min