Expanding opportunities abroad with three new partner schools
In a globalized world, there's no better way to stand out than to demonstrate your Frontier Spirit and ability to succeed beyond borders and other limitations, such as language and cultural barriers. That is why we are proud of our network of prestigious partner institutions, ever expanding with new destinations and higher standards of excellence.
We are pleased to announce that we have finalized new partnerships with the following institutions, all accredited by esteemed organizations such as AACSB and EQUIS and members of the prestigious PIM Network, in which our school was made a candidate member in fall of 2021.
HKUST Business School (Hong Kong)
The HKUST Business School, of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, is one of the youngest institutions that has risen in a short period of time to become one of the most respected business schools in Asia. With a strong focus on providing an innovative and entrepreneurial mindset to its students, the School offers programs from undergraduate to doctoral levels, with its centers of learning and exploration devoted to areas from Chinese business, Asian financial markets to Asian entrepreneurship and experimental business research.
KAIST College of Business (South Korea)
Established in 1971, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) is a national research university that is considered to be one of the most prestigious in South Korea. With 2 campuses, one in Seoul and one in Daedeok Science Town of the city of Daejeon, which is an ecosystem of 50 public and private research institutes, universities and high-tech venture capital companies.
Otago Business School (New Zealand)
The Otago Business School of the University of Otago, a public university based in Dunedin, Otago, is one of the most renowned universities in New Zealand, with the University ranking #1 for educational performance and the Business School ranking #1 for research in the country. Located in Dunedin, an evolving entrepreneurial city, it has a thriving startup ecosystem with information, networks, advocacy and resources available to build companies and new organizations.
About the Partnership in International Management (PIM) Network
PIM, Partnership in International Management, is a consortium of leading international business schools, founded in 1973. Each member institution represents the highest degree of excellence in the fields of business administration and management, demonstrates leadership in their geographic region and delivers an MBA or a graduate-equivalent degree in management
PIM facilitates the development of international cooperation among members, fostering the development of joint programs, students and faculty exchange, joint research and cooperation among faculty members and researchers.
NUCB Business School was granted candidate membership in PIM in the fall of 2021, a one-year probationary period leading to a vote on whether full membership status will be granted at the next annual meeting.
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