School of Economics and Management


Communication skills that drive collaboration

Students learn intercultural communication skills so that they can work with people from diverse cultural backgrounds. Students acquire the ability to understand and respect different values and learn language skills for smooth communication that can be easily understood by everyone.


Analytical skills to gain a deeper understanding of the nature of problems

To resolve the issues faced by communities and companies, we must first understand the nature of the problems. Students learn a variety of critical tools and methods to analyze situations and hone their insights to get to the heart of issues.


Problem-solving skills to tackle real-world issues

Through projects and internships in collaboration with regional industries, students develop the ability to find practical solutions to problems faced by local communities and businesses on the ground.

Department and Course

Economics Course

Economic Theory and Policy Program

Students will learn about economic theory and history in order to understand various aspects and perspectives of the economy and to know about policies that can further improve society and the economy.

Finance Program

Students will learn about how corporations raise capital and how financial markets work from the point of view of economics and business administration. 

Business Administration Course

Management Program

Students will learn about how organizations such as corporations deploy and manage their various types of resources and assets in order to accomplish their objectives. 

Social Innovation Program

Students will learn, through their studies of economics and business administration, the skills needed to reform institutions and organizations and to create value in local communities in order to be able to respond to rapid changes taking place in modern society. 

Global Business Course

Students will learn about economics, business administration, culture, and society in English. In addition, students will acquire valuable global perspectives through cross-cultural experiences in Japan and abroad by living in our international student dormitory, participating in our off-campus "Program to Experience Japan," taking part in internships, and studying overseas. 

Yearly Entrance Quota and Degree

Course Yearly Entrance Quota  Degree
Economics 280  Economics
Business Administration  Business Administration
Global Business 80  Economics


Kobe Campus for Commerce
8-2-1, Gakuennishi-machi, Nishi-ku, Kobe, Hyogo 651-2197