SolBridge International School of Business seeks motivated individuals from diverse academic, economic, social, ethnic and geographic backgrounds. Students at SolBridge are expected to bring diversity and experience to the classroom. Acceptance to SolBridge will be evaluated on a case by case basis taking into account the student's academic records, personal essay, extra-curricular activities, work experience (where applicable), phone interview and letters of recommendation.
Admission is selective and students are urged to apply as early as possible to ensure sufficient time for application review, visa application and preparation for the move to Daejeon.
Bachelor's of Business Administration (BBA) degree
Master's of Business Administration (MBA) degree
Students must have completed a Bachelor's degree in any field. Students who have completed a three-year Bachelor's degree will be considered on a case-by-case basis to determine their eligibility. Students without a Bachelor’s Degree in business may be evaluated to see if they have sufficient knowledge in Math, Statistics, English and Computer applications and could be placed in an exchange semester prior to arrival.
Undergraduate transfer students are welcome to apply at any time within the first two years of their study at another institution. MBA transfer students are also welcome. Up to one-half of the course credits necessary to graduate from SolBridge may be transferred from another institution providing the student's academic performance meets the SolBridge transfer requirements. Students should apply using the standard application form and provide transcripts (mark sheets) with course descriptions and syllabi from the institution attended for an evaluation of transferable credits.
English Language Proficiency
Students must demonstrate their English language proficiency by providing an official TOEFL or IELTS test score. Students who do not meet the indicated standard may receive conditional admission with the provision that additional non-credit English language courses be taken. When the student has demonstrated sufficient proficiency, they may continue their studies without taking non-credit English courses. The table below shows the required equivalent test scores.