[Maeil Business News] SKK GSB awarded #1 in Korea for 9 consecutive years for FT ranking
SKK GSB ranked #1 in Korea by the Financial Times (FT) for 9 consecutive years
Nurturing Talents with global capabilities and AI expertise
SKK GSB (Dean Eric Shih) has been ranked No. 1 in the Financial Times (FT) Global MBA rankings for 9 consecutive years since 2012( ranked 13th in Asia and 54th in the world for 2020). SKK GSB is particularly strong on internationalization indicators such as students' overseas experience (7th in the world) and the proportion of foreign students (29th in the world).
Renowned for its global competitiveness, SKK GSB has recently launched curricula in business analytics. These novel curricula represent SKK GSB’s response to the rapidly changing global business environment and propose a vision for students who will be future leaders of the Industry 4.0. Courses include AI and Machine Learning for Business, Marketing Analytics, Finance Analytics, Digital and Social Media Analytics, Business Intelligence and Data Visualization, Digital Marketing, Management Science and Decision Analytics, etc. Moreover, Business Analytics and AI-MBA are newly launched for students who are seeking a focused education in analytics.
Professor Eric Shih, Dean of SKK GSB notes:
Dean of SKK GSB notes: “SKK GSB’s vision is more than just maintaining our current high global ranking and leading position as the best business school in Korea. Our aim is to have a meaningful impact on the lives of students, alumni, and the business community. As such, it is our mission to push the frontier of business analytics education to deliver the cutting-edge technical skills necessary for companies to succeed in the Industry 4.0 era.”
SKK GSB offers full-time, part-time, and weekend programs with all courses being taught fully in English. Dual degree opportunities (MS & MBA) are also offered in collaboration with Indiana University Kelley School of Business. SKK GSB’s innovative courses that are updated every year, as well as the possibility to take courses in the evening or on the weekends, render it particularly attractive an option for people who hold full-time jobs. As a result, interest in SKK GSB’s study programs continues to increase, with applications and admissions currently at a record high even despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
SKK GSB offers 6 programs: (1) Full-time MBA (1.5 years, day-time); (2) Professional MBA (2 years, evenings); (3) Executive MBA (1.5 years, weekends – in collaboration with Indiana Kelley); (4) AI-MBA (2 years, weekends); (5) Masters of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA); and (6) Masters of Science in Management Studies (MMS).
SKK GSB is accepting applications for 2021.
For details on different programs and corresponding admissions schedules, visit SKK GSB’s website: https://gsb.skku.edu/gsb/index.do
Original Full article in Korean: https://www.mk.co.kr/news/special-edition/view/2020/09/980243/