USC IBEAR MBA (1年間) 説明会

ロサンゼルスの南カリフォルニア大学(USC), Marshall School of BusinessのIBEAR MBAプログラムをご紹介します。

IBEAR (International Business Education and Research) MBAプログラムは、Mid-Career(中間管理職)マネージャー対象のインターナショナルビジネスにフォーカスした12ヶ月の集中プログラムです。世界各国から学生が集まり、多様性に富んだ環境で世界トップクラスの授業を受けることができます。

The IBEAR MBA is a full-time, 1-year MBA for mid-career professionals seeking leadership roles in international business. With a strong global focus, a typical IBEAR class features students from a diverse range of industries and professions. On average, IBEAR MBA students are 36 years old and have 12 years of work experience; 80% are in the 34-38 year age range and 35% are sponsored by their corporations or family-owned businesses. IBEAR students come from Asia, North America, Latin America, and Europe to earn the USC Marshall MBA.
12-month immersion with 56 mid-career international business professionals. The bios of the IBEAR 42 class, which will graduate on July 16, 2020, are available at: information gives you a good understanding of the diversity and range of experience of a typical IBEAR MBA class.
International Business Case Projects. This is IBEAR’s capstone course. Over a 4-month period, teams of five student work with a client to develop proprietary recommendations for oneof its important business challenges. Travel for research (international or domestic) is usually a component of each project; travel costs are paid by the clients.
International Experiential Learning Program. This is a required 10-day component of the IBEAR MBAA Program; travel costs are paid by IBEAR alumni donations and program fee. This year, the I-42 program, titled “Doing Business in China,” will take the class to Shanghai and Shenzhen, China, the same as the 2018 program. The 2017 program took the I-40 Class to Chengdu and Ho Chi Min City. The 2016 program took the I-39 class to Shanghai and Nanjing. The 2015 program took the I-38 Class to Jakarta and Bangkok.
Career Exploration Treks to San Francisco/Silicon Valley and to Seattle.  These experiential learning programs provide sponsored and self-sponsored students with opportunities to visit Fortune 500 companies, meet senior business leaders, and network with IBEAR and Marshall alumni. The I-42 Class will visit Seattle (October 17-18) and Silicon Valley (January 8-10). These Treks are funded through a combination of alumni donations, program fee and student contributions.
Personalized Career Development Services. These are provided for all self-sponsored
students. Tuned to the unique need of mid-career international professionals and the small class size - 35 to 40 job-seekers - participants receive highly-personalized coaching and support in identifying and achieving their career objectives, in addition to a broad range of career development workshops, networking opportunities, and career-capture capabilities.
Leadership & Executive Development Programs. These are provided for both self-sponsored and sponsored students. Programs include career development skill-building seminars, as well as executive speakers and roundtable discussions.
Scholarships: IBEAR Global Business Fellows Awards of up to $50,000 are available for
highly qualified self-sponsored individuals. Honjo Foundation/Jack G. Lewis Scholarship awards $30,000 to a self-sponsored participant of Japanese heritage.
For more information, please visit us at Explore IBEAR in the videos and learn what our alumni and current students have to say about their IBEAR experiences. Also, shown below is a link to IBEAR’s “Business Class” podcast series. Each 15-minute episode is an in-depth conversation with international business thought leaders,
We are accepting applications for the IBEAR MBA 43, Class of 2021. Information about
application rounds and submission deadlines is available here:


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