All English -
Learn Business Subjects
and Cultural Subjects

The Department of Global Business offers lectures which are all taught in English. In addition to lectures taught by our teaching staff, who have played active roles in the global business world, Q&A sessions and presentations are all carried out in English. Students efficiently develop a practical English communication capability by thinking in English, speaking in English, and discussing in English.


Practically Learn Global Issues in
Compulsory Subjects -
“Global Studies” and “Global Project”

The term“ global issue” refers to various problems arising from the flow of people and languages across borders as society becomes more globalized. In a compulsory subject, “Global Studies,” in the second year, students will learn how multilingual and multicultural convivial society is supposed to be formed, and its related problems, followed by conducting proactive research of global issues in“ Global Project ” in the third year. Each group will present various ideas, make plans and conduct research accordingly, and make a presentation after analyzing their research findings. In our department, students are required to conduct research in global issues based on business-related themes and acquire practical skills that can be utilized in global business.


Make Friends from over
Many Countries and Regions
Study Abroad while Studying in Japan

At the Department of Global Business, international students from all over the world and local Japanese students learn together. Although the department ’s official language is English, its global environment, where different languages are routinely spoken, offers a virtual experience of studying abroad while studying in Japan. Those students who are inexperienced in using English often get perplexed at the beginning; however, as they are exposed to English every day and begin making more friends from different countries, they can enjoy “foreign language communication” within a few months. Students eventually realize that learning languages is not the ultimate goal but a tool that further deepens their mind through English communication.
Student's Voice
I am quite tired of someone asking me
“You know what I mean? ”
Japanese can of course speak English!
- to prove that,
I am developing my English proficiency.
Kawase Shu
Second-year Student at the Department of Global Business
From Daito Bunka University Dai-ichi High School
I entered the Department of Global Business because I was fascinated by its policy that lectures are all carried out in English.In the department, we have quite a few international students and I could not follow their conversation in fluent English when I first encountered them. They thought that I didn ’t speak English well because I ’m Japanese. Then, maybe because they are considerate,they started talking to me by using very easy and basic phrases and words in English. This actually made me quite frustrated with myself and that ’s when I strongly felt that I must be a fluent English speaker. To achieve my goal, I actively participated in and tried to take the initiative in discussion sessions during lectures. Due to my firm attitude towards learning English and the environment where I can use English everyday, my TOEIC® score increased by 180 points after 5 months following enrollment. Now, I enjoy talking to my classmates in English with confidence.