Japan, Kobe University
Kobe University is a Japanese public university located in Kobe. The University was founded in 1949 and is comprised of nine graduate schools and eleven faculties. In total, 15,000 students are enrolled. For those interested in going to Japan, Kobe is an attractive destination to study abroad, as a cosmopolitan city of 1.5 million people. The modern metropolis, along with Osaka, Kyoto, and Nara make up the so-called "Kansai" region.
The new partnership with the Kobe University School of Business Administration was founded in the winter semester of 2013-14. The focus of the partnership is on business administration, and the partnership itself was initiated by Prof. Fabian Froese (Chair of Human Resources Management and Asian Business).
Students of the Faculty of Business and Economics should submit their applications directly to the faculty. Applications can be submitted during the standard application period.
After a successful application it is possible to apply for a JASSO scholarship via the Kobe University.
To learn about additional partnerships with Japanese universities, please click here.
|Suitable for||Master Management|
|No. of Students||15.000|
1st Semester: April - August
2nd Semester: October - March
|Required Language skills||
GPA of at least 2.0
|Language of instruction||English and Japanese|
|Experience reports (in German)|