Foreign Sister Schools(Affiliated Schools)

H.U.E. has established sister-school relationships with overseas universities and signed exchange agreements with other higher educational institutions abroad in an attempt to promote among both students and faculty, exchange programs, joint research, and academic symposia. Currently, we have six sister-schools overseas and ten other universities and schools with which we have student exchange programs.

Sister Schools

  • The University of Utah (U.S.A.)
    Sister-School Relationship since 1988
  • Krisnadowipayana University (Indonesia)
    Sister-School Relationship since 1990
  • Gadjah Mada University (Indonesia)
    Sister-School Relationship since 1991
  • Daegu University (Korea)
    Sister-School Relationship since 2007
  • Ta Tung University (Taiwan)
    Sister-School Relationship since 2009 
  • Yeung Nam University (Korea)
    Sister-School Relationship since 2011

Affiliated Schools

  • Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de La Rochelle (France)
    Exchange Agreement since 1997
  • Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Commerciales D'Angers (France)
    Exchange Agreement since 2009
  • Nanyang Polytechnic School of Business Management (Singapore)
    Exchange Agreement since 2010 
  • Pannasastra University of Cambodia (Cambodia)
    Exchange Agreement since 2011
  • SKEMA Business School (France)
    Exchange Agreement since 2011  
  • The University of Auckland, ELA (New Zealand)
    Cooperation Agreement since 2012  
  • University of Brescia (Italy)
    Cooperation Agreement since 2014  
  • Soochow University (Taiwan)
    Cooperation Agreement since 2015  
  • Foreign Trade University (Vietnam)
    Cooperation Agreement since 2015  
  • University of Hawai'i, Hilo (U.S.A)
    Cooperation Agreement since 2016  

NIBES

NIBES (Network of International Business and Economic Schools) is an international academic and educational network that is presently composed of economic and business related educational institutions from 18 countries. HUE is the only member representing Japan. This consortium-type network is quite different from the normal one-to-one exchange agreements in that it stresses multi-lateral exchanges on a global basis. Examples of the latest programs on the agenda are the "Euro-campus," and the "Global Student Exchange Program." Both are internationally oriented programs requiring students to study in several different countries (sometimes Continents).

Participating Institutions (as of 2016)
  • Brigham Young University (U.S.A.)
  • Yonsei University (Korea)
  • Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Clermont  (France)
  • Fundacao Getulio Vargas FGV, EBAPE, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) 
  • Southern Denmark University (Denmark)
  • Cracow University of Economics (Poland)
  • Pforzheim University (Germany)
  • Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administracion (Venezuela)
  • Hiroshima University of Economics (Japan)
  • Instituto Technologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (Mexico)
  • Bilkent University (Turkey)
  • Gadjah Mada University (Indonesia)
  • ISCTE IUL Lisbon (Portugal)
  • MIRBIS (Russia)
  • University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
  • Universidad Esan (Peru)
  • Caucasus University (Georgia)  
  • Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore (India)
  • Jain University (India)