Global MBA Class of 2022 Has Strong International Representation
Date: 2020-08-24 | Read: 80
Forty-five students, almost half of them from countries other than Korea and representing 14 foreign nationalities, have enrolled in the Yonsei Global MBA Class of 2022.
Overseas nationalities represented in the 2022 class are Belgium, Belarus, China, Germany, Honduras, India, Indonesia, France, Malaysia, Palestine, the Philippines, Thailand, Uzbekistan, and the U.S. The male-female ratio is 50%, with an average age of 30. Two students are on government-sponsored scholarships.
All courses and activities in the 18-month, full-time program are conducted in English. It offers multiple degrees through exchange programs with Washington University in St. Louis in the U.S. and Peking University in China. Students unable to participate in the exchange program can participate in the Global Experience Trip (GET) program. The GET program is held during the summer and winter semesters and features travel overseas to examine business trends and the growth potential of global companies through lectures by local professors and visits to corporations where they meet with top executives.
The Yonsei Global MBA program also supports participation in global management case competitions, which enhance students’ ability to incorporate into actual cases what they have learned in the classroom and promotes both global talents and a global perspective. The school also provides career development services that include special lectures by top corporate executives, networking events, and internship opportunities.
The Yonsei Global MBA typically holds its early admission in January and February and regular admission in March and April.