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Japan’s business microlearning platform offers free online lessons

Globis University, one of Japan’s MBA schools is offering free online classes for employees who are forced to work remotely and still have time spare. The school opens its career and growth professional development courses to interested workers.

Many professionals are finding comfort in taking online lessons not just to kill the boredom of being cooped up in their homes but also to defy any career growth disruption while being on lockdown.

More than just MBA basics, the Globis Unlimited curriculum includes unique content reflective of Globis specialties, including “Leadership with Passion through Kokorozashi” and “Technovate Thinking.”

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Globis Unlimited is making the courses free of charge to individual learners who register today and classes may be accessed all throughout the month of April.

The platform combines technology with the teaching experience of Globis University faculty. Launched in November 2019, the service was first provided for free to corporate users to help support online training and overseas business. Over 1,100 companies use Globis Unlimited.

Sign up today at the Globis website to avail yourself of the free classes. For more information, contact the Graduate School of Management, Globis University via imba-info@globis.ac.jp.