About K.I.T. Toranomon Graduate School of Innovation Management
K.I.T. Toranomon Graduate School, a flagship school established by Kanazawa Institute of Technology in 2004 and reorganized as K.I.T. Toranomon Graduate School of Innovation Management in April 2016, offers 1 year part-time graduate program. Located in the central part of Tokyo, K.I.T. Toranomon Graduate School provides education access to those currently employed as an opportunity to balance studies with work.
Our most distinctive feature is that our 80 faculty members, all leading experts in their respective industries, teach students in small-group classes. Students can learn practical knowledge and skills such as business management, intellectual property management, media and entertainment business, information technology, etc.
K.I.T. Toranomon Graduate School of Innovation Management consists of two courses. MBA (Master of Business Administration) program offers top-class lectures in the business management field. The faculty includes directors and managers of leading consulting firms, world-class business professionals in the media and entertainment industry, and leading experts in a variety of fields. MPIM (Master of Intellectual Property Management) Program, which produced over 250 professionals active in the frontlines of the intellectual property field, provides a well-designed program that offers a partial exemption merit in national examinations such as the patent attorney examination.