SNU’s Global MBA offers the most global atmosphere in which both domestic and international students from diverse cultural backgrounds intermingle, discuss, and learn from one another. In addition, they are from many different business fields, ranging from manufacturing, IT technology, consumer goods, finance, consulting, to services, which makes classroom conversations alive and dynamic.
Targeting business professionals with global perspectives and management skills, the program is taught entirely in English. Being a part of Global MBA will give students the experience they need to grow to be most qualified business leaders in the global setting.
Since 1946, SNU Business School alumni have been among the most successful and influential leaders of Korean society in business, academic and political fields. In a broad alumni network consisting of about 1,700 MBA, 5,000 AMP (Advanced Management Program), and 8,000 undergraduate, MBA alumni play a key role in bringing the groups together to influence the Korean economy and the society. Being a part of SNU MBA will give students immediate access to the most powerful network in Korea and beyond.
SNU MBA faculty is renowned for their top-notch teaching experience in prestigious MBA schools such as MIT, Columbia, Cornell, Michigan, NYU, Carnegie Mellon, and London Business School. They are also credited with the highest course evaluation ratings at Seoul National University every year. In addition to their academic excellence, they are all highly-regarded industry professionals owing to their vigorous collaboration with companies of all sizes and industries.
In addition, every year SNU MBA invites foreign faculty from prestigious universities around the world including Wharton, Stanford, Princeton, Columbia, Yale, Carnegie Mellon, and Duke. Being a part of SNU MBA will give students the opportunity to learn from the most qualified faculty from inside and outside of Korea.
The network that 200 students build together as a cohort is the best asset you can gain from SNU MBA. Students from all different industries and job functions are sharing their experience with their peers in class discussions and projects and extramural case competitions. The power of ‘collective intelligence’ of these students is so great that they learn a lot from one another and grow together as business professionals.
There are three student bodies funded by the school including International Student Association. The associations plan and facilitate students’ activities to help students maximize their MBA experience.
In addition, there are five student clubs: Finance, Wine, Leisure, Corporate Visit, and Strategy. Students join clubs of their choice depending to their needs.
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