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QBS of Kyushu University Visits Back to NTNU

 Prof. Isao Murafuji from the School of Economics, Kyushu University led a team of 17 students from Kyushu University Business School, QBS to NTNU for a visit on December 17th. This is the second meeting from the Business School fo Kyushu and EMBA, NTNU since the bond was made last October. 

Kyushu University is a Japanese national university located in Fukuoka, in the island of Kyushu. It is the 4th oldest university in Japan and one of the former Imperial Universities. It is considered as one of the most prestigious research-oriented universities in Japan.
The Kyushu University Graduate School Economics Industrial Management course (“Kyushu University Business School”) aims to bring up a world-class Business Professionals on the land of Kyushu based on “Educational Charter” which Kyushu University provides.
Earlier this September, EMBA students visits the Japanese counterpart. They were taught by Prof. Isao Murafuji at Ito campus. Prof. Isao was impressed by the students and intended to come to NTNU. 
The office of EMA arranged a visit to Systex, an alumnus, also a General Manager at Systex welcomed that group wholeheartedly and arranged a tour. The Japanese branch of Systex is about to start so General Manager Jian made a presentation about the oversea development of Systex and future plans in Japan. 
After the visit to Systex, the students had a dinner party together. Associate Professor and Director Wang Shih Ju, Chairperson of the Student Association of EMBA Huang Kuan Ming and current students have know more about QBS and hope to have further cooperation to strengthen the relationship between the two universities.