Japan has extensive economic ties with other Asian economies. Asia is the largest continent in terms of size and population. It also houses many of the fastest-growing major economies in the world including India and China.
By studying business and economics in Japan, international students benefit from the business and economics education of a major advanced nation and from Asian experience and perspectives. This educational experience will give you a unique advantage in the job market.
As the only Asian member of the group of major advanced countries (America, Japan, Germany, France, Britain, Italy, and Canada) known as the G7, Japan has long held an influential and role in world events and its unique culture continues to fascinate people the world over.
By studying in Japan, international students benefit from the education system of an advanced industrial nation and gain exposure and in turn, are influenced by the unique culture of Japan.
The Global Business and Economics Major at iCLA offers three pathways: economics, finance, and international business. All of these pathways have bright career prospects and are highly sought after in today’s job market. They are good choices for students aiming for careers in a swiftly changing world.
The career prospects for our graduates are bright and our focus on Japanese language instruction and cultural education gives them an added edge. Global Business and Economics graduates are hotly sought after in today’s job market.
A short, non-exhaustive list of sectors that graduates could land a job in includes finance, multinational commerce, media, international organizations, public policy, academia, and research.