[photopress:MBA_Fudan_university.jpg,full,alignright]A ‘selective dual degree MBA program’ is being introduced where students can study at Fudan University in Shanghai, China; Korea University in Seoul; and the National University of Singapore for six months each.
Taking the initial letter of the cities where the three universities are located, the program has been named ‘S³Asia MBA,’ and is scheduled to be launched this August. Students of the program are to choose two degrees from those offered by the three schools.
The three universities expect the program to maximize their strengths; biotechnology of the Chinese university; the MBA at Korea; and finance in Singapore.
It is difficult without further explanation being offered to see the major advantage of this except, perhaps, that all international experience is a plus. The three universities started to discuss creating the program in a meeting, ‘Tri-University Colloquium’ held at Korea University in 2006.
The three schools will recruit students from next month. Those eligible for the MBA program must have more than two years of work experience and a GMAT score over 600. According to the school, it has not decided the number of students for the program and tuition fees yet.
Source: Korea Times