Case Method Seminar for High School Teachers
NUCB Undergraduate School (Chancellor: Hiroyuki Kurimoto) will hold Japan's first case method virtual seminar for high school teachers, "Global Standard of Management Education: How to Use Cases for Inquiry based Learning," on Thursday, June 9 2022.
As the only institution in Japan that has acquired all three major international accreditations (Triple Crown: AACSB, EQUIS, and AMBA), the university also implements the Harvard-style "case method education" developed at the Graduate School of Management and in use across all institutes (Undergraduate/High School/Boarding School.
In addition, the university offers a four-year Global BBA management degree in English with 118 partner schools in 51 countries around the world. The school has also received high recognition from around the world, including Times Higher Education rankings in the field of internationalization.
Dr. Kenji Yokoyama, Dean of External Relations at the Graduate School of Management (former Vice President of Ritsumeikan APU), will give a lecture on global standard management education in a webinar format.
Date and Time: Thursday, June 9, 16:00-17:30
Format: Online format (Zoom webinar)
Target: Faculty, staff, parents, and those interested in international education
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, June 8
- What is a world-standard educational environment (Kenji Yokoyama, Dean of the Graduate School)
- How to Practice the Case Method as Inquiry based Learning
- Questions and Answers
Kenji Yokoyama, Dean of External Relations, NUCB Graduate School of Management,
Before joining NUCB Business School in 2021, Dr. Kenji Yokoyama held several managerial positions at Ritsumeikan APU, including Dean of the School of Management, Vice-President of APU, and a Trustee of the Ritsumeikan Trust. He was also the President of AAPBS from 2019 to 2020, and held the position of Vice-Chair of the Business School Committee of the Japan University Accreditation Association (JUAA). Dr. Yokoyama was recognized for his research contributions, receiving the International Trade Promotion Award in 1992 and 1998, and the International Trade Association Award in 2002.