Exchange Program[For IP student]

KBS Fact Sheet

Courses Offered at KBS in 2021 Fall Term

Weekly Course Schedule

Weekly Course Schedule

Daily Course Schedule

Daily Course Schedule
2021Fall_DailyCourseSchedule

Process of Course Registration

To be submitted to KBS Office through upload link.

Course Registration

Please submit Course Registration Form by June 18, 2021. Exchange student should take at least 4 elective courses.

Please note that you may not add any courses after June 18. KBS exchange students may cancel up to 2 courses during the cancellation period.

SYLLABUS

2021 Course Syllabus

GRADING SYSTEM OF KEIO BUSINESS SCHOOL

Grading

Grades for each course are determined by the faculty considering three elements;
(1) Score of final examination/paper, (2) Contribution to class, (3) Condition of attendance.

Grades

Grades are indicated as passing grades A,B,C or D (including plus(+) and minus(-)). D is considered "Failure".

Non-attendance

Students who miss more than 1/3 of all sessions automatically receive a "D".

Sending grades to the student's home institution

Transcripts will be sent to the student's home institution by the end of January.

Courses Offered at KBS in 2020 Winter Term

Weekly Course Schedule

Weekly Course Schedule

Daily Course Schedule

Daily Course Schedule
2019winter_DailyCourseSchedule

Process of Course Registration

To be submitted to KBS Office through upload link.

1) Course Registration

Please submit Course Registration Form by November 6, 2020. Exchange student should take at least 4 subjects.

Please note that you may not add any courses after November 6. KBS exchange students may cancel up to 2 courses during the cancellation period.

SYLLABUS

2020 Course Syllabus

GRADING SYSTEM OF KEIO BUSINESS SCHOOL

Grading

Grades for each course are determined by the faculty considering three elements;
(1) Score of final examination/paper, (2) Contribution to class, (3) Condition of attendance.

Grades

Grades are indicated as passing grades A,B,C or D (including plus(+) and minus(-)). D is considered "Failure".

Non-attendance

Students who miss more than 1/3 of all sessions automatically receive a "D".

Sending grades to the student's home institution

Transcripts will be sent to the student's home institution by the end of January.

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