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  • SolBridge Alumni Highlight: Luisa Victória Zacharias Martin">SolBridge Alumni Highlight: Luisa Victória Zacharias Martin

    This month we are proud to recognize Luisa Victória Z. Martin, BBA alum class of 2020 from Brazil. After graduation, she applied totrainee programs which helped her open doors, and now Victória is an associatepart of the People & Organization department at PwC. PwC is a consultingcompany that provides Trust Solutions and Consulting Solutions.Here’s a catch-up betweenVictória and SolBridge on what she’s done after she’s graduated. 1. What is your Full name, Major, Year graduated:My name is LuisaVictória Zacharias Martin, graduated in August 2020. 2. Can you tell us the company thatyou are working, its location, and itsmission and purpose, I am currently workingat PwC at Brazil.Our company’s mission is to providean unrivaled level of service and to contribute to the sustained growth of theeconomy through the execution of vigorous, fair, and high-quality audits basedon clear leadership and creative teamwork. PwC's purpose is to buildtrust in society and solve important problems.3. Can you tell us your role,position and responsibilities? I am currently anAssociate 2, in the People & Organization department. I'm currently responsiblefor the clients’ main deliverables using Office 365 to do so, this includesmapping indicators, SLAs and opportunities. Not only that but also, to givesupport to the workforce planning, people analytics and organizationaldesign. Lastly, I've been acting as a scrum master setting agile rituals,scheduling, transcribing and sometimes translating meetings to multiplelanguages.4. What did you do after graduation and some of the steps you’ve taken to reach this position? After graduating, I decidedto apply for trainee programs after taking into consideration that in Brazildoing so can open many doors when you don't have any work experience. In myopinion, something to keep in mind when looking for a job is that you will berejected a lot of times, especially when looking for an entry-level one, andwith time it will get better. I've learned how to grow a thicker skin andeventually succeed, someone believed in my potential and someone will believein yours too. Lastly, I've never stoppedstudying something I liked. I firmly believe that when we start working and getswept into the routine it's very easy to lose sight of our goals, hobbies andinterests. For me, I'm always studying or trying something new, even if it'snot something that directly helps in my career.5. Can you tell us how your time in Solbridge, special events, andmemories, have helped you? My time at Solbridge wasfundamental for me to get to where I am right now. I've met people there that Ihaven't seen in years, but we still keep in touch and call each other every nowand then. Not only that but, during that time I went to almost allexcursions, participated in every single event I could and enjoyed the beststudent life possible.  For instance, I won 1stplace in the Asian Case Study competition and in the Leadership Camp with bothmy teammates. I participated shortly in the debate club and the experience wasincredible, Professor Danielle was such an amazing mentor for me.  Moreover, I was amerit-based full-time scholarship student and Brazil's country representativefor 3 years. It was a lot of work to train for a performance or to cook for somany people at once, but thankfully everything went according to plan (evenwhen it didn't). My first cultural day I was the only Brazilian at Solbridgeand by the end of the event I was literally covered in chocolate. Quite a sweetmemory if I may.  Lastly, Solbridgehelped me to change my views of the world and helped me to grow into the firstbest version of myself. I really hope you guys enjoy your time there as much asI did. 6. Do you have any advice for students whowant to pursue this field?Working at one of the BigFour isn't an easy task, but it's a great way to start a career. If it'spossible to get a job in one of them, it's wonderful and you should apply forthe job openings and do your best. However, if it's not possible don't beatyourself up for that. Our careers can change drastically even if they didn'tstart at the Big Four, what matters the most is to find something that is worthit and that matters to you.  Become a global citizen ornot, never give up your dreams and goals.   


  • 2023 솔브릿지 신입생 OT 현장 속으로! go go!">2023 솔브릿지 신입생 OT 현장 속으로! go go!


  • 2024학년도 외국어성적 우수장학생 신청서(참고용)">2024학년도 외국어성적 우수장학생 신청서(참고용)

     우송대학교에 관심과 사랑을 주시는 수험생 여러분께 감사드립니다. 2024학년도 외국어성적 우수장학생 신청서 양식을 첨부하오니 참고해주시기 바랍니다. ※ 장학생 신청서는 원서접수 사이트를 통해 자동 완성 및 출력이 가능하오니      참고 용도로만 활용해주시기 바랍니다.   


  • 솔브릿지 전공체험 및 수시면접 대비 학과장 토크쇼">솔브릿지 전공체험 및 수시면접 대비 학과장 토크쇼

    안녕하세요. 솔브릿지 입학팀입니다.우송대학교 솔브릿지경영학부에서 『제 2차 전공체험 및 수시면접 대비 학과장 토크쇼』가 진행될 예정이오니 많은 관심과 신청 부탁드립니다. 1. 내용 : 2024학년도 수시 면접 관련 특강 및 모의 면접2. 일시 : 2023. 9. 2(토)3. 장소 : 솔브릿지국제경영대학 2층 스마트룸 (도로명주소 : 대전 동구 우암로 128 우송휴먼센터) 문의사항 : 042-630-8846 자세히보기


  • 전체 홈페이지 서비스 및 유무선인터넷 일시 중단 안내">전체 홈페이지 서비스 및 유무선인터넷 일시 중단 안내

     안녕하십니까? 우송정보센터입니다.계속되는 학사업무에 노고가 많으십니다.저희 우송정보센터에서 25일(금) 19:00 부터 학내 네트워크 장비(Router)교체 작업을 진행 할 예정입니다.이로 인하여 대학 전체 홈페이지 및 유무선 인터넷 서비스가 일시적으로 중단 될 예정이오니 사용자 분들의 많은 양해 부탁드립니다. 자세한 내용은 아래와 같습니다.- 아            래 -1. 작업일시 : 2023년 8월 25일(금) 19:00 ~ 22:00 (약 3시간)2. 대     상   1) 인터넷 중단 건물 : 동*서캠퍼스, 솔지오기숙사, 유학생기숙사, 청운1,2숙   2) 홈페이지 중단 대상 : 전체 홈페이지   3) 인터넷 및 홈페이지 서비스 중단으로 인한 주의사항       - 갑작스런 홈페이지 중단 및 네트워크 단절에 따른 피해가 없도록 각별히 주의 하여 주시기 바랍니다.       - 기숙사 간사님들께서는 기숙사 거주자에게 위의 내용을 사전에 전파하여 주시기 바랍니다.   4) 문의사항 : 우송정보센터 인프라(9167 , 9168) 


  • [우송대학교] 재학생이 말하는 솔브릿지의 비밀이 궁금하다구?!">[우송대학교] 재학생이 말하는 솔브릿지의 비밀이 궁금하다구?!


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  • Yahya Saskia Rachelly, Masters Valedictorian, Spring 2023">Yahya Saskia Rachelly, Masters Valedictorian, Spring 2023

      Masters valedictoriancongratulatory remarks during the Spring 2023 commencement ceremony. “Ladies andgentlemen, esteemed faculty members, proud parents, and my fellow graduates, allow me to introduce myself first. To all of my friendsthat know me, Hi.But for those whohave met me for the first time today. Nice to meet you all. My name is Rachell, and I amdeeply honored to stand before you today as the valedictorian of SolBridge'smaster's program. Allow me toemphasize that this moment we gather to celebrate today is not solely atestament to my personal accomplishments, but rather a profoundreflection of the dedication and perseverance of our entire graduating class. Together, we haveovercome challenges, pursued our goals, and arrived at this remarkable milestone in ouracademic journey.Two years ago, myjourney with SolBridge began, originating from Jakarta, Indonesia, a city that maynot be small but is still classified as a developing country. I must admit thatdecidingto pursue my master's degree was quite a struggle. Life in Jakarta,my beloved home, offered a sense of comfort, accompanied by a cherished group ofclose friends. I had a stable job in a field that brought me immensehappiness. I was determined to spend the rest of my life just like that, comfortable.But it was my father's unwavering belief in my potential that made me chooseto do a master's degree. Though stepping out of my comfort zone was terrifying,I couldn't bear the thought of disappointing my father. Reluctantly, I left behind my comfortable life and steppedon a new adventure in a foreign land, South Korea.And let me tell you, leaving behind everything familiar was not easy.The fear of the unknown lurked within me, and of course, doubts started creepingin. As I arrived in South Korea,a wave of emotions washed over me. I was alone in a foreign country, surroundedby a language and culture that were entirely new to me. But it was during thesemoments of uncertainty that I discovered that I am not as weak as I saw myself to be. And so, with a mix of excitement andapprehension, I embraced this new chapter in my life.Littledid I know that this decision would shape the best, most wonderful years of mylife, filled with the most unforgettable memories. Frommultiple field trips arranged by the school, our culture day where wegathered to celebrate our differences, to our very last sports day where we allcame together to support SolBridge. These are all memories that will stick withmethroughout my life.A famous quote by Ralph Waldo says that life is notabout the Destination, It's about the journey. ButI think differently, it's not the destination nor the journey that matters most, it is the company and connection we forge along theway that truly matters.So, allow me to take a few precious moments of your timeto express my heartfelt gratitude to theindividuals who have meant the world to me throughout these past two years.To my dearestfriends, Callista, Tiffany, Kevin, Lucia, Chilly, Rima, and Yurika We were brought togetherby chance, individuals from different backgrounds and from different parts of the world, butwe quickly became a family. Through countless conversations, shared laughter, andtears, we became each other's pillars of strength, navigating the uncertaintiesandchallenges of this new chapter together. You transformed South Korea into aplace I could proudly call home, and I will forever cherish our bond we share.Although life'sunpredictable journey may lead us to distant corners of the world, separated by vast oceans,and the convenience of a simple phone call may no longer be at our disposal, mysincere hope is that we will remain connected and never lose touch. I envision a future where wereunite, years from now, with hearts full of incredible stories to share. May the world embraceyou with the same kindness and warmth that you have bestowed upon me.Next to my veryspecial friend, Younggwang, thank you for being my anchor, my source of strength in theface of uncertainty. Thank you for showing me the beauty of South Korea and for makingevery day an adventure. Your selflessness has touched my heart in ways I neverthought possible.And I also want tothank the reason I am here right now, my parents.Dad,for as long as I can remember, you have been my superhero. My dad came from a small village inIndonesia, his father or in other words my grandfather sold glasses on the side of the road.My grandfather did not have the privilege of completing high school, yet my father, throughunwavering dedication, has worked tirelessly every single day to ensure that I have everyopportunity to pursue my dreams. My dad has been a constant source of encouragement,always urging me to aim for the stars because he believes in me more than I could everbelieve in myself. Therefore, I want to take this moment to express myheartfelt gratitude to you, Dad. Everything I have become, everything I am, andeverything I will be is because of yourunwavering support and love. I am eternally grateful to have you as my father,To my mom, yourwisdom and guidance have been my compass, whether it was offering insights into thecomplexities of the world or imparting practical knowledge, your advice has been a source ofstrength and a beacon of light. But it's not just the advice itself that has made such animpact; it's the fact that it comes from you, my role model. You have shown me what it meansto be a strong and independent woman and always lead by example.Little Sister, Azzura,you are my radiant sunshine that brightens my days, the source of endless laughter thatfills my heart, and my eternal friend. Even though distance may separate us at times, you haveconsistently been a presence in my life, lighting up my world with your infectious joy.And my fellow graduates,This ceremony marks a significant milestone, but as cliche as it sounds,it is just the beginning of our whole life. But I am here to remind youto take your time. In our fast-paced world, there is often a sense of urgency toachieve more, do more, and be more. We are constantly bombardedwith messages that emphasize the need to have it all figured out right aftergraduation. But let me tell you that our very different lives will move at verydifferent paces. There is no line to cross when you're 24 or 34,no box you need to check, no list you need to fulfill. All plants sprout and growat different rates in different climates into different shapes,and what is buried deep inside the soil may take a while to be seen. Take your owntime.Lifeis not a race to some predetermined finish line. It is about savoring the smallvictories, embracing the detours, and learning from the setbacks.It is about finding meaning in the everyday and being present in each preciousmoment.Happinessis not a prize to be won but a path to be walkedAndwhile we're at it let us support one another in our individual quests forhappiness and success. Let us celebrate our unique journeys andremember that success is measured by how deeply we have lived and howauthentically we have embraced our own truth.Yourgreatest days are not behind you but are yet to come! Thank you.”Yahya SaskiaRachelly, Masters Valedictorian, Spring 2023 


  • Hanne Hopp: BBA Valedictorian, Class of Spring 2023">Hanne Hopp: BBA Valedictorian, Class of Spring 2023

    BBA Valedictorian congratulatoryremarks during the Spring 2023 commencement ceremony. “Good morning, professors, facultymembers, students, families, and friends, but most of all Graduating class ofSpring 2023. We did it! Prior to my arrival in South Korea, I took the initiativeto immerse myself in the country's culture, to avoid any Korean culture shock. However, upon my arrival at SolBridge,I did not get any Korean culture shock instead I got Uzbek shock, Vietnameseshock, Kazakh shock, Mongolian Shock, and many more. The impact of these shocks hit mekind of hard. The narrowed-minded-old me at that time was forced to reassessand broaden my worldview. I didn't know it at that time, butgetting all these types of different shocks from different parts of the worldis the best thing that could have happened to me.  Many of us embarked on this educationaljourney at an early stage, choosing to pursue our degrees whileresiding far away from our families and loved ones. Such a feat isundeniably challenging and should not be taken lightly. The decision to spreadour wings and pursue our education demonstrates our bravery and maybe also ourcraziness.  We have seen SolBridge go through amajor transition,and we graduates have been a part of that transition ourselves. Through the establishment of clubs,taking on roles as mentors and representatives, and much more, WE, without evenrealizing it, have actively fostered a more positive and inclusive environmentfor our junior peers and incoming students. By sharing our cultures, religions, andculinary skills, mostly in the SolGeo kitchen, we have made sure to alwayseducate each other, open each other's eyes, and help each other grow. Having witnessed these positivechanges, we are now boarding our next journey with confidence. Do not forget that we are a class offighters. Not only did we "fight" forsleeping spots on the 6th and 8th floors, we also fought to make it on time toSolGeo’s curfew, fought at sports day against other departments but mostimportantly, we also fought our way through the pandemic. “Amidst the pandemic, we came to aprofound realization of the importance of human connection, and this sharedexperience brought us even closer together. We not only relied on each other ata time when everything seemed dark, but we also found our way going throughsemester after semester in front of the screen, adapting to the virtual world.  Most importantly, we learned that whatreally matters lies in the relationships we have established and the attitudewe choose to embrace.  As we reflectupon our four years, it is these relationships--the individuals who havebeen a part of our journey and education that will occupy our thoughts andmemories.” Among these individuals are theclassmates with whom we engaged in spirited debates during Professor Swanepoel'scritical thinking class, the roommates we lived together with in Solgeo, andthe cherished friends who have become an integral part of our lives-some ofwhom we may even consider as our chosen family. Throughout our university journey, we have been immersedin countless interactions, we have challenged each other, supported each otherand most of all we have learned how to respect and love each other. If there is one thing I can confidentlysay, it is that I have no regrets.Choosing to come to SolBridge and studyalongside all of you has been the best decision I have made. I would like to take a moment to express my heartfeltgratitude, especially to Professor Choi from CDC, Professor 0|강록,Professor Swanepoel, Professor Annemari, Bob, my fellow SolBridge friends andlastly my parents that are here today for their countless support even when itmeant me moving to the other side of the world.Even though 4 years are not considered long, thememories and lessons that we have learned will last us for a lifetime. We havebecome better people by learning side by side, sharing ideas, and by mixing ourbackgrounds and cultures. Some of you might go back to your homecountries, some might stay, and some might not even know yet where theirjourney will lead them, but one thing is certain: we will continue ourjourney with a bigger global heart than when we first arrived at SolBridge. We are the class that is already makingsmall changes toward a more inclusive world, and we are just getting started. On behalf of the graduating class ofspring 2023,I want to thank SolBridge for encouraging us to challenge ourselves: Joiningcompetitions, workshops, clubs, and many more.  SolBridge has shown us how great we canbe if we dare to take the first step, take the first initiative to reach outand dare to love.   My dear fellow graduating students! Let's ensure that our encounters wereNOT in vain.Let's strive to make an impact with theglobal perspective we gained at SolBridge, Let's make sure to go into our nextjourney with the confidence that we can make a positive change. Because we can.And, lastly, let's make a promise thatwe all will keep in touch.  Thank you.”Hanne Hopp: BBA Valedictorian, Class of Spring 2023 


  • 우송대 학과소개 | 솔브릿지국제경영대학">우송대 학과소개 | 솔브릿지국제경영대학


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