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Bulletins Bulletin : Published and Discussed
Date: Wednesday, January 10, 2001
From: tuman
Subject:
For those MBA freaks out there
Description:


This is to inform everyone that the recruitments have begun actively for the MBA and Masters in IR program in International University of Japan (IUJ) for the September, 2001 session. The deadline for application would be sometime in the middle of March.

Why IUJ? Because it offers a range of scholarships, from Monbusho to ADB, to Matsushita (the amounts are all pretty impressive) that is otherwise not possible to avail of in other business schools. The level of studies is quite standard and comparable to any major business school (the curriculum, entirely in English, was designed by Amos Tuck Business School - one of the top 20 B-schools in the US). Moreover, there are several sub-continental alumni working in Japan (Tokyo) in very reputable firms like Salomon Smith Barney, Citicorp, Societe General, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank, Lehman Brothers, Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, to name a few. If you want to earn a world-class MBA with minimum spending on your part and to be able to easily join a global firm upon graduation, then this program is for you. I am one of the many Bangladeshi alumni who have been tremendously benefitted by MBA studies at IUJ. Finally, one word of encouragement - Japan Govt is relaxing the requirements for permanent residence and citizenship - so now is really the time to come to Japan - and people can easily move to other countries once they have gathered some "Japanese experience". All you need to apply are good TOEFL and GMAT scores (above 600 preferred for both tests, but not absolutely required).

Thanks,
Mahbub Farid,
JP Morgan, Tokyo


People Discussion
tuman
(Thursday, January 11, 2001)

By the way, I forgot to mention that you can now apply online at the IUJ website:
http://www.iuj.ac.jp
So, if you are interested, please do hurry!!

tuman
(Thursday, January 11, 2001)

If you need more information on IUJ and its prospects, from a Bangladeshi alumni, then send mail to me at:
mfarid@hpo.net


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