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School of Economics and Management

Economics course
Business Administration Course
An exciting opportunity for specialized instruction and fieldwork experience.
Global Business Course
Students from all over the world learn together in a multicultural environment.

School of Economics and Management provides 3 courses: the Economics Course, the Business Administration Course, and the Global Business Course.

For the Economics Course and Business Administration Course, students take a variety of economics, business, management, and liberal arts classes for 1.5 years, at which point they undertake specialized study in one of 4 programs; Economic Theory and Policy Program, Financial Program, Social Innovation Program, and Management Program.

From 2019 the Global Business Course bring students from all over the world to study together in a multicultural environment as they work towards a Bachelor of Economics degree. The program features small class sizes, and all classes are conducted in English.

First year students live together in a new International Dormitory which accommodates 150 Japanese and international students in a community setting that facilitates multicultural cooperation and learning.

  • Features of the School of Economics and Management
  • Integrated curricula for international careers
  • Practical programs that include fieldwork and internships
  • A multicultural environment to prepare you for a globalized world

Graduate School


Business Administration

Student Quota

  • Graduate School of Economics
  • Master's program: 40 students(20 students per year)
  • Doctoral program: 15 students(5 students per year)
  • Graduate school of Business Administration
  • Doctoral program: 18 students(6 students per year)



Kobe Campus for Commerce
8-2-1, Gakuennishi-machi, Nishi-ku, Kobe, Hyogo

Student Quota

Undergraduate School

Economics course and Business Administration Course:
 1120 students (280 students per grade)

Global Business Course:
 320 students (80 students per grade)