An Honorary Doctorate Degree was conferred upon Dr. Peng Long, President of the Beijing Foreign Studies University in a special ceremony on October 6 at SolBridge.
With the theme of an Asian company growth strategy in a globally competitive environment, the SolBridge International School of Business held an International Business Case Competition as part of the Woosong Educational Foundation’s 60th anniversary celebration.
On Wednesday, September 17, 2014 the Fall 2014 CEO Mentoring Program got underway with an opening ceremony in the fourth floor auditorium, dinner in the Sol Bistro, and breakout sessions with the mentors and their mentees.
Recently, SolBridge students were treated to a special surprise when pins with “I Am GACCS” were handed out by Dean Jin-sung Kim during lunchtime. The pins, which were designed to foster school spirit, have a special meaning for all SolBridge students.
SolBridge continued to expand its horizons in Asia with the recent signing of an MOU with the Asian Institute of Technology & Management (AITM) is a division under Nepal Education Foundation (NEC).
Succeeding in today’s competitive business world sometimes requires a little luck, but it’s more than just being “lucky.”
The SolBridge student body and faculty were treated to a very special Platinum Series Lecture by the President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Korea, Ms. Amy Jackson, which was also the twentieth lecture in this esteemed lecture series at the school.
What exactly is an International Business Education? Is it simply studying at an institution overseas? Does it mean studying business in a different language? Is it about gaining global experience while studying overseas?
The answers to these questions were the nucleus of SolBridge’s last special lecture of the spring semester when Dr. Ira Weiss, Dean at the Poole College of Management at North Carolina State University talked about the different models of International Business Education, their pros and cons as well as the ones which he believes are the best models.
At the beginning of July, members of the SolBridge Debate Society attended two workshops, one in Ningbo (China) and the other in Hong Kong. SDS is one of the most popular clubs in SolBridge, yet not many people are aware what they actually do while they are out of the country.
On the last weekend of June, members of the SolBridge Debate Society (SDS) attended the SNUDA IV Debating Tournament which was hosted by the Seoul National University Debate Association. And once again, the SolBridge Debate Society had an excellent showing while competing with some of the best debaters in East Asia.
If you happened to be anywhere on the third floor of SolBridge on Tuesdays this semester, those sounds you heard coming from the gymnasium where the sounds of a Taekwondo class conducted by our very own Taekwondo specialist and master, Dr. Chong-woong Kim.
Recently, three SolBridge professors were appointed as Honorary Envoys by the Korean government for Korea’s public diplomacy.