Global business strategies have become vital and there has been an increase in the opportunities to use foreign languages, such as English and Chinese, even in the Japanese business scene. A clear example of this is Japanese companies using English as their common language. Therefore, students in the Department of Global Business acquire practical language skills and business skills through studying management and business in English while improving their language abilities in English and Chinese. Thus developing the ability to play an active role in the global business environment.
学士（DEPARTMENT OF GLOBAL BUSINESS）
教員数（専任者） 入学定員数 学生数
7名 55名 46名
Skills learned in the Department of Global Business
Knowledge and understanding of Business concepts English,Chinese, and Japanese proficiency Problem solving skills Intercultural competence
Required and recommended qualifications
● TOEFL®／IELTS ● TOEIC® ● Chinese Proficiency Test ● HSK ● BJT
Start with Freshmen who have TOEIC ® 700
The freshmen of Department of Global Business took a TOEIC® IP test (April, 2016). Their average score was 691, which is companies’ expectations for overseas business division (655～865)※. Students will learn business and management in Japan and the world in English from teachers who were active in the business world.
Connecting with the world and playing an active role on the global stage in a wide range of fields
● Trading firms ● Financial institutions ● Manufacturers ● Hospitality industry ● Global courier delivery services ● International organizations and many more.
A Career that Knows No Bounds
David Tedone Professor
International business communication expertise, specialised courses in business and online education, M.A. Degree in Applied Linguistics, M.A. Degree in English Research field：Communication for Business, Marketing, and Cross-cultural Issues
“Do you code?” is an IT greeting heard often in places like Silicon Valley. It refers to the ability to do business and exchange information across the globe using a computer language, such as Java, C Objective, Python, or Ruby. But communicating in international business requires knowledge of other codes — languages and cultures —and conducting business globally demands understanding different ways of thinking and the willingness and skill to cross physical and cultural borders. Today, international business is conducted in an emerging “global village.” Computer codes and linguistic codes — cornerstones of the revolution in international business — are two of the most rapidly developing and sought after fields of study. Let me welcome you to global business and communication at Musashino University, where you can explore the world of codes and prepare for a career that knows no bounds.