International Joint Research and Lectures
Asia Business Field Study
In 2012, Tsinghua University (China), KAIST (South Korea) and Keio Business School (Japan) initiated the Asia Business Field Study joint program. MBA students from the participating schools visit companies that are both representative and distinctive of their business sectors in one of the three countries. Ultimately, the students create a policy recommendations concerning the global strategy for their chosen companies.
Council on Business and Society (CoBS)
In 2011, six of the world's leading business schools joined hands to establish the Council on Business and Society, an international partnership in joint research and education. The partnership consists of Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth (USA), ESSEC Business School (France), University of Mannheim Business School (Germany), School of Management at Fudan University (China), Fundação Getulio Vargas (Brazil) and Keio Business School (Japan).
The Council convenes an annual forum with a balance of representatives from both academia and business from all over the world. Keynote lectures, panel discussions and group meetings provide a platform for industry, academia and political decision makers to engage in active and fruitful discussions together.