who design & realize
Shizenkan is seeking not simply applicants who strive for business literacy; Shizenkan is looking to welcome those who seek to be the next generation of pioneers, but whom seek also a deep awareness of the problems faced by society and humanity. People whom seek to be a part of shaping the future not only in terms of themselves and their leadership capabilities, but also in terms of business and society.
The Shizenkan MBA program is unique in its integration of the quantitative, qualitative, logical, and strategic thinking that traditional business schools have been very good at adapting in the past. With Shizenkan’s approach to innovative thinking and its design schools approach, focusing on “envisioning the future” and “thinking outside the box” that have emerged around the globe in recent years; and to gain an insight into the essence of the ever changing world, it incorporates the study of the liberal arts into its core program and methodology.more
As always in business, there is never only one correct answer, there are always multiple unique solutions that are based on basic or personal principles. Shizenkan gives all its students, from various backgrounds, a chance to debate their ideas and values - and thus through this process helps to foster their personal views on management, organization and humanity, within the context of a well-rounded and comprehensive education and outlook.more
Shizenkan University offers a part-time two-year MBA program, with classes taking place twice per week on evenings and weekends.
The leadership and business program incorporates our unique liberal arts courses to nurture students’ understanding of the world, history, and humanity. Self-reflection moreover, serves as an important part of our curriculum, along with coaching sessions, group workshops and subjects related to leadership. Giving students the opportunity to use their relations with others as a mirror to discover their inner voice. Having explored the inner essence and basis of their actions and intentions, and in order to acquire management skills and knowledge to realize their aspirations, students are offered management courses that combine the strengths of business and design schools.more
International Students – 34%
From 30+ Countries