PARIS, June 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
KEDGE Business School and Korea University Business School have announced a new Dual Degree entitled "International Business from Europe to Asia", beginning at the start of the next academic year. This programme, a component of the strategic alliance formed by the two Business Schools in 2014, has been tailor-made to meet the growing need for high potential European managers who want to achieve ambitious career goals in Asia.
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"International Business from Europe to Asia" is the only European Executive Programme that allows to increase the employability in Asia and beyond, through excellent teaching in Business & Entrepreneurship, and a challenging total immersion experience from Europe to Asia. The participants will gain an unparalleled first-hand experience of the Asian market that will make them highly attractive to firms worldwide.
The "International Business from Europe to Asia" is aimed to professionals and delivers a dual degree:
- The Master of Science in International Business from KEDGE BS, recognized worldwide in the field of intercultural leadership management
- The MBA from KUBS, rated no. 1 in Korea and 28th in the world by the Financial Times.
The programme is intended for high achievers who aim at an international managerial career with at least two or three years of post-degree (Bachelor's or Master's/ PhD degree), full-time work experience.
The course lasts 18 months and takes place in three countries, in the cities of Bordeaux, Seoul and Shanghai, with phases in Brussels and Suzhou (China). It alternates between three learning models: academic classes, study trips and internships in leading companies such as Samsung, Daewoo and Hyundai.
KEDGE BS aims to form a strategic cooperation hub in Asia, working with academic institutions renowned for their excellence. Kedge BS has been present in China for more than ten years now, partnering with Shanghai Jiao Tong University in an MBA program and with Renmin University in Suzhou to form the Franco-Chinese Institute. Last January, it also entered into a partnership with the China Central Academy of Fine Arts, aiming to create a Franco-Chinese Institute for Management of Arts and Design.
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SOURCE KEDGE Business School