We are the only Korean member of the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM), the network established by Yale University in collaboration with top business schools across the world.
With GNAM, which is breaking new ground in global cooperation between universities, our students are interacting with MBA students around the world through GNAM weeks and network courses, which are simultaneously open to GNAM member schools.
MBA students of SNU can also study at the Yale School of Management through a dual degree program and earn two master’s degrees from SNU and Yale.
GNAM Week is a week of advanced study sessions simultaneously run in the member universities of the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM), a network of world-class business schools including Yale University and LSE. Each university gets to choose a topic that aligns with the country and region’s characteristics.
In-depth lectures and team projects are conducted based on these topics, focusing on the country’s economic and management-related issues. Students also have opportunities to visit the representative companies and institutions of each nation and to take part in cultural programs, which help them deepen their understanding of the culture and tradition of each country.
|Country||GNAM Member School||Topic|
|USA||Yale School of Management||Behavioral Science of Management|
|Japan||Hitotsubashi ICS||Innovation X Globalization: Japan Style|
|Hong Kong||The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology||Hong Kong’s evolving role in Greater China and Asia|
|China||Renmin University||From ‘Made in China’ to ‘Invented in China’|
|Canada||The University of British Columbia||Sustainable Development Goals, Cities, and Inclusive Prosperity|
We have extended partnerships with top-tier business schools in order to offer student abundant global experience through dual-degree or student exchange programs.
|USA||Duke University The Fuqua School of Business||Dual-degree|
|Canada||University of Toronto Rotman School of Management||Student Exchange|
|France||ESSEC Business School||Dual-degree Student Exchange|
|Japan||Hitotsubashi University ICS||Student Exchange|
|Meiji University. The Graduate School of Business Administration||Student Exchange|
|Kyoto University||Student Exchange|
|China||Peking University||Dual-degree Student Exchange|
|Fudan University||Student Exchange|
|Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business||Student Exchange|
|Tshinghua University||Student Exchange|
|Shanghai Jiao Tong University||Student Exchange|
|Wuhan University||Student Exchange|
|Hong Kong||Chinese University of Hong Kong||Student Exchange|
|Singapore||Singapore Management University||Student Exchange|
|National University of Singapore||Student Exchange|
|Italia||Universita Commerciale L. Bocconi||Student Exchange|
|Brazil||The COPPEAD||Student Exchange|
|Russia||Moscow State University Graduate School of Business Administration||Student Exchange|
|Germany||HHL LEIPZIG Graduate School of Management||Student Exchange|
|India||The Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB)||Student Exchange|
|Turkey||Koç University||Student Exchange|
* Please note that list of the host institutions may be limited in terms of the balance on the number of exchange students between both school and academic calendar.
We are the only business school in Korea to be selected as part of the Ministry of Education’s CAMPUS Asia (Collective Action for Mobility Program of University Students in Asia) Consortium, a collaborative program led by the Korean, Chinese, and Japanese government.
Based on the CAMPUS Asia program, our the SNU MBA program is currently running various collaborative programs with China’s Peking University and Japan’s Hitotsubashi University, through which students can concentrate on studying the unique East Asian development model and research on strategies for sustainable economic development and changes in the corporate governance structure.
Our MBA students have an opportunity to take the Global Residence Program, through which they can choose one country among major Asian countries such as China and Japan, based on its industrial significance. This course is intended to provide students with a deep understanding of the culture, economy, and society of the country where students visit.
Students will attend lectures, visit various local or multicultural companies, and perform final presentation based on what they have learned from company visits and lectures.
(Recent 3 years)
The Doing Business in Korea (DBiK) is our representative global program. of the SNU MBA, Every year, we invites MBA students from major partner universities, including New York University, The University of Toronto, and Singapore Management University and emerge them in the management strategies of Korean companies.
The DBiK Program is very popular among MBA students around the world every year.
DBiK program consists of special lectures given by SNU faculty members and prominent business figures, visits to companies, cultural experience programs, and team projects.
Through team projects, where Korean and international MBA students form a team to propose ideas to introduce overseas company (services) into Korea.
Course Schedule : One week of Mid-August
Language : English
Participant : MBA students from SNU and the prominent partner schools
(Over 300 students from 14 partner schools including NYU, NUS, Cambridge, SMU, Toronto University have participated)
- Corporate Governance/Accounting Transparency in Korea
- Organizational Culture in Korean Firms
- Doing Business in Korea : From American’s Perspective
- Capital Market in Korea
- K-pop : Korean waves