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National Sun Yat-sen University

National Sun Yat-sen University

Master of Business Administration Program in International Business (IBMBA)


Program Level
MS
Language of instruction
Above 90% taught in English
Admission
Fall

Background
As one of the seven universities sponsored by the Ministry of Education (MOE), the NSYSU College of Management, in accordance with the Business Management Pilot Project hosted MOE, takes great pride in its IBMBA learning environment and curriculum design. The college targets prospective students with two years of work experience, with a goal of producing leaders of management in diverse areas.

Mission
The Program aims to train culturally aware international leaders equipped with a global vision, professional knowledge required by global corporations, and who are able to solve real-life business problems. This English-taught program enables students an academically and culturally diverse learning experience through first-rate instruction, excellent studentship and an overseas exchange program.

International Education in Management
The essential objective of management education lies beyond the mere transfer of management knowledge. An AACSB report indicates the most sought employees by corporations are those with communication and problem solving skills, ethics, professionalism and a global vision. Thus those attributes are incorporated in educational institutions participating under the AACSB accreditation umbrella. Aligned with the trend, this stipulates (1) Ethics, (2) Communication, (3) Problem Solving, (4) Professionalism and (5) a Global View as the five common learning goals for College students in 2008. The curriculum design, teaching approach and evaluation are shaped by such learning goals. The result of such learning objectives is a graduating class of strongly sought candidates in the global corporate marketplace.

Websitehttp://ibmba.nsysu.edu.tw/bin/home.php?Lang=en

Contact information


Office of International Affairs