MBA Program Curriculum
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Financial Aids

Financial aids are available to students attending Hitotsubashi ICS, but the amount varies from year to year. For information on financial aids, please inquire at the Hitotsubashi ICS Admissions Office.
Financial aids for Hitotsubashi ICS students falls into two categories:Non-Japanese nationals, and Japanese nationals.

  1. (1) Non-Japanese nationals

    In the 2017 admissions, 8 non-Japanese self-sponsored students were awarded scholarships and grants more than 2,000,000 yen and 7 non-Japanese self-sponsored students were awarded scholarship and grants between 250,000 yen and 2,000,000 yen.
    Scholarships and grants for non-Japanese nationals are awarded to entering students with the following qualifications:
    • Non-Japanese nationality
    • Outstanding GMAT scores
    • Self-financed and not a recipient of other scholarships
  1. (2) Japanese nationals

    More than half of the Japanese students in the current class at Hitotsubashi ICS are sponsored by their companies of employment.
    For those who are not, financial aids are available. Information on financial aids can be found in Japanese on the main Hitotsubashi University campus website . These financial aid programs start in April each year in accordance with the Japanese academic school year.

    Our program has been designated a Training and Education facility by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (MHLW). If you meet certain conditions, you may be able to obtain the Specialized Practice Training and Education Benefit.
    If you have more than two years experiences working in Japan and will pay your tuition fees yourself, you may apply to obtain the benefit by submitting an application to your nearest HelloWork at least one month before the start of the program. Please direct enquiries regarding your eligibility and further details to HelloWork.