The Hitachi Center
The Hitachi Center is a part of The Fletcher School at Tufts University. Its mission is to sponsor advanced research and instruction, demonstrate intellectual and professional leadership, and encourage and facilitate a global exchange of ideas on the management of innovation and technological change and the advancement of economic and fsinancial integration. Over the years, the Hitachi Center has helped to promote Fletcher’s mission of teaching, research, and service through its support and promotion of internships, research on important issues of global technology management, international finance, and international economic integration, conferences bringing together scholars and policy-makers, and other educational activities.
The Fletcher School
As the first professional graduate school of international affairs in the United States, The Fletcher School, Tufts University has prepared the world’s leaders to become innovative problem solvers in business, government and non-governmental organizations. Since 1933, Fletcher’s multidisciplinary education in business, law, international relations, and regional studies has offered individuals and organizations a unique global perspective on the day’s most pressing issues. The Fletcher School’s curriculum includes coursework on finance, economics, law, business, politics and negotiation.
Consulate - General of Japan in Boston
Tufts Gordon Institute focuses on engineering and entrepreneurial leadership: Graduate students can earn a Master of Science in Engineering Management, gaining the tools and managerial knowledge necessary to be a technical leader who inspires and cultivates innovation in the workplace; Tufts undergraduate Engineering students can earn a minor in Engineering Management to develop their leadership skills; Liberal Arts, Sciences and Engineering undergraduate students can earn a minor in Entrepreneurial Leadership to prepare for their own start-up or entrepreneurial work experience.
The International Business Center calls forth a new model in international business education to address these pressing needs to couple hard core business competencies with soft power in government relations, foreign language abilities and conflict resolution. With a unique focus on the emerging markets, we have several major initiatives that aim to assist global business meet their talent, research, consulting and networking needs including Master of International Business (MIB) program, Executive Education, International Business Global Speaker Series, and Consulting Program.
The Center for Emerging Market Enterprises (CEME) was established in 2007 to serve as a leading global hub for research, study and networking devoted to enterprises in the emerging markets and promote understanding and engagement that contributes to global prosperity and stability. CEME draws on an extensive network of professionals in private, public, academic, and non-government enterprises in emerging and developed countries.