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Date: 2018/03/28

Global MBA Information Sessions Receive High Attention from Prospective Applicants

  • Prof. Chialin Chen introduces the GMBA curriculum and courses.

    Prof. Chialin Chen introduces the GMBA curriculum and courses.
    Image: Global MBA Office, College of Management, NTU

  • GMBA Alumni Sharing session.

    GMBA Alumni Sharing session.
    Image: Global MBA Office, College of Management, NTU

  • Prof. Chialin Chen (first from right) interacts with prospective applicants.

    Prof. Chialin Chen (first from right) interacts with prospective applicants.
    Image: Global MBA Office, College of Management, NTU

  • Discussion between a current GMBA student (first from left) and prospective applicants.

    Discussion between a current GMBA student (first from left) and prospective applicants.
    Image: Global MBA Office, College of Management, NTU

  • Prospective applicants at a GMBA information session.

    Prospective applicants at a GMBA information session.
    Image: Global MBA Office, College of Management, NTU

Each year during recruitment, the NTU Global MBA (GMBA) Office organizes information sessions for those who are interested in applying for the program. Over the past years, information sessions have played an important role in connecting prospective students with the GMBA faculty and staff and have had a positive correlation to the total applications received each year.

This year, as usual, the GMBA Office scheduled two afternoons—on December 3, 2017 and January 14, 2018—to promote the Global MBA Program in the College of Management at NTU. The total online registration for both sessions reached a historic high at around 200 registrants.

During each session, Director of NTU GMBA, Prof. Chialin Chen (陳家麟), gave a thorough presentation covering program benefits, curriculum design, the student body, the faculty, student life, and other valuable information. Additionally, several current GMBA students and alumni—namely Nick Panzica, Stella Chang, Christopher Loo, and Alec Jones—came to the sessions to share their personal experiences as part of the GMBA Program. The information sessions ended with enthusiastic Q&A sessions between the participants and the GMBA Office. Hopefully, the success of these events is a good sign for this year’s GMBA recruitment.

(By Yvonne Chen, Specialist of NTU GMBA Office)

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