The Faculty of Business & Commerce
The Faculty of Business & Commerce was created to
study and research commerce in the spirit of Yukichi Fukuzawa's
scientific philosophy of modern rationalism. The educational goals of
the Faculty are about developing creative thinkers who are capable of
applying viable solutions to actual problems, forward-looking
organizational leaders able to stay one step ahead of the times.
Students explore the world of modern industry from four core areas of
study: Management, Accounting, Commerce, and Economy & Industry.
This program trains the highest number of successful applicants for
Japan's national examinations for Certified Public Accountants.
Graduate School of Business & Commerce
The Graduate School of Business & Commerce offers
students the opportunity to conduct research into modern industry
through four core areas of study: Management, Accounting, Commerce, and
Economy & Industry. Upon graduation, students pursue careers with
accounting firms, at research organizations, at think tanks, or in a
wide range of business settings. In order to attract a diverse range of
excellent students, this department has a special division that
welcomes people who already have relevant employment.
For more detail, check http://www.fbc.keio.ac.jp/directory/directory.html
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The Joint Japan / World Bank Graduate Scholarship
Program : Master's Degree Program in Taxation Policy and Management