What is the Kellogg Club of Japan?

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The Kellogg Club of Japan serves as an organization for networking in Japan by the alumni of the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management, which is one of the top business schools in the United States, along with Japanese people who have been enrolled in the school in the past, while also working to increase the presence of the school in the Japanese business community.

Volunteers made up of members of the club play a central role in holding events for graduates, events for applicants to the school and Morning Sessions at Academy Hills that are open to participation by the general public.


“A club for the best memory, a club for the best future.”

Main Activities

Promotion of networking among members

  • Holding various events such as TGs
  • Issuing a member's list
  • Activities to acquire new members

Provision of information to members

  • Lecture presentations
  • Mentoring
  • Provision of other relevant information

Activities targeting prospective students

  • Holding briefings on the school
  • KID implementation

Promoting networking with currently enrolled students

  • GIM Dinner

Kellogg PR Activities

  • Holding of Morning Sessions
  • Website updates

Number of members

MBA 610
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