Global Network Week at Hitotsubashi ICS

Mar 14, 2014

campus_img_140314.jpgLast week Hitotsubashi ICS hosted a Global Network Week, welcoming 41 students from 9 international business schools. Global Network Weeks are week-long programs run by the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM), the alliance of 25 leading global business schools.

Global Network Weeks are designed to provide students from participating GNAM business schools with a rich foreign immersion experience.This month, about 500 students from 12 partner schools are participating in Global Network Weeks. From ICS, 37 students are traveling overseas to participate in GNW programs hosted by partner business schools around the world.

The Tokyo program hosted by ICS, which ran for five days from March 3, was entitled 'Innovation: Japan style', and was one of the top three most popular programs chosen by the students. The course demonstrated to the participants the unique innovation and globalization challenges facing the Japanese economy and business world by exposing them to a variety of corporate practices and market phenomena in Tokyo and Japan.