Embrace globalization in Taiwan, NCCU IMBA invited outstanding people around the world to join the big family!
|IMBA students concentrated on sharing the feature of IMBA program.|
|Crowd coming from different corner to the Regent Hotel for the QS MBA Tour!|
|In celebration of the success of promoting IMBA at the QS MBA Tour, IMBA representatives happily took a photo together.|
By IMBA Program
To recruit international outstanding people, International Master of Business Administration Program (IMBA) attended QS World MBA Tour. IMBA introduced features of the program, talked to the participants face to face, and emphasized that students can enjoy international teaching environment without going aboard. NCCU IMBA also encouraged attendees to gear themselves to the global stage.
QS World MBA Tour gathered more than 50 top-ranked business schools this year, including Stanford Graduate School of Business from America, ESADE Business School from Europe, and Waseda Business School from Asia. More than thousands people wore business suit, visited their ideal business schools’ booth to impress the representatives.
NCCU College of Commerce has dual accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS). They made effort on building an international learning environment and offered many diverse cultural communication opportunities. IMBA serves as the first full English taught MBA program in Taiwan, with professors from College of Commerce, overseas and business community. Students are composed of both local students and the international. Besides, IMBA provided multiple choices for students, such as international exchange programs and dual degree program.
Yuji Taira (平良佑司) mentioned that he really likes Taiwan, so he decides to study IMBA in NCCU. Having classmates from all over the world, Yuji Taira could feel the huge cultural differences during the class discussions as well as group assignments. Afterwards, he realized that students from Western countries are more willing to speak up and stick to their points. Therefore, he abandoned “the Asian polite” and frankly expressed his feeling. “I’m tougher”, he laughed and said.
Taiwanese student Polina Yang (楊維芳) shared the reason she chose IMBA is that she can continue her job and study in an international environment as well. “Compared to the expense of pursuing master abroad, it’s more financially efficient and more acceptable for the family” stated Yang. Graduated from Department of Russian Language, Yang is lack of business background. While She has learnt not only business knowledge but practical skills in IMBA, which it’s really helpful for her to change the career path in the future.
Li-chi Ho (何釐琦), executive secretary of the IMBA Office, said that IMBA plans to recruit 27 local students and 30 international students this year. “Study abroad in my home ground!”, she kindly encourages anyone who is interested to join the IMBA family!