Prof. Helen de Haan (Rotterdam Business School) / Prof. Kiyoshi Hori (J. F. Oberlin University)
By studying the history and development of Japanese management style, this course provides a broad overview of political, economic, technological, legal and ethical forces that influence international management. Students can learn about cultural dimensions and cultural influences on behavior in organizations, therefore be able to understand strategic considerations for organizations operating beyond national borders.
Twin size accommodation is available for the Summer Session participants. All housings are located in the vicinity of the school and are convenient for commuting. All housing is equipped with bedding, furniture(desk, chair, table), shower unit, toilet, microwave, TV, and internet connection.
Program Term: June 30th – July 27th
- June 30th – Arrival
- July 1st – Orientation
- July 2nd – Session starts
- July 27th – Session ends
Japanese culture experience opportunities will be offered outside of the course.
Program fee: JPY 360,000
The JFOU Fellowship (JPY 20,000) is available for participants from JFOU partner schools, including IAUP, APUCEN, and ACUCA.
The fee includes
- 2 courses
- Housing fee
- Airport pickup
- Domestic insurance
- Field Trip & Culture Program fee
- Airplane tickets
- Commuting cost between J. F. Oberlin University and housing
- Living expenses and meals
- Jan 15th – April 16th
- Copy of passport
- Completed medical form (You can download a format after Sign Up)
- Official transcript from your current school
Voices from Participants
"I really value all the student visitors, discussions, and lectures."
"The teachers are very helpful in and outside of class. They understand each student‛s Japanese proficiency level."
"I like the discussion of this course. I like to go out the class to visit the international company. I had a great experience that I followed this course, so I hope that more students go to this course next year."
"Visiting Microsoft or other companies will be interesting for other students. I hope that this course will be held next year for Japanese students too."