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- The 21st century marks an era of falling boundaries and dramatic changes in technology and trade. It is vital to prepare our students to meet new challenges. The changing workforce and marketplace require future business leaders to have a global perspective to thrive in a diverse marketplace.
The abilities to learn, teach, and work in a “globalized” world are the keys to success in the new age. At KAIST Business School, global issues are not a separate part of the curriculum. They are integral to the functions and foundations of our programs. The School is not only concerned with producing the next generation of competent and educated managers, but also with the preparation of global leaders ready to transform organizational cultures to meet the needs of the changing times.
- In order for students to gain a global perspective of the international business environment and to provide them with an opportunity to obtain diverse academic knowledge, the International Center offers a host of services and programs. The International Exchange Program provides a unique opportunity to gain experience and knowledge across cultural boundaries and to improve the business skills necessary in succeeding internationally.
KAIST Business School offers international exchange opportunities with a number of leading business schools in Asia, Europe and the United States. To fulfill modern needs, the School has also established strong links with multinational corporations, other international institutes, and government and private agencies. This international network gives students and faculty numerous opportunities for international contact and service.
As a result, a significant number of faculty members and graduate students are now engaged in research and short-term programs in a number of overseas locations. Students enrolled at KAIST Business School are strongly recommended to participate in exchange programs during their studies.