National Taiwan Normal University signed an International Cooperation Agreement with University of South Carolina
NTNU welcomed Dr. Kendall Roth, director of the International Business Ph.D. major at Darla Moore School, who is also a representative of University of South Carolina to sign an international Cooperation Agreement for dual diploma MBA program with National Taiwan Normal University on Aug 24th 2015.
According to U.S.News world report, the International MBA program of Darla Moore School is ranked as top one in 2014, and also as top three graduate international degree for 25 consecutive years. Moreover, NTNU has been USC’s most important strategic partner in Asia.
During the ceremony, Dr. Kendall Roth, the dean of academy affair from NTNU, Dr. Zhao Zhen, Chen and the dean of college of Management from NTNU, Dr. Chen, Dun-Ji strongly believed that this dual diploma program will not only take a lead for offering dual diploma MBA program, but also gain international perspectives for both universities.
This one-year program is designed for driven professionals from worldwide who want to enhance their careers in dynamic educational experiences, and the program will be available from June 2016. The MBA Admission committee requires either the GMAT or the GRE score for admissions, a valid TOEFL for International students, and also a valid bachelor diploma for all students.
In fact, NTNU and USC share an increasingly rich and productive relationship. Since establishing their partnership in 2008, students from both universities have benefited from a curriculum delivering real-world business cases and two universities are looking forward to more opportunities in the future.