[Hankyung] The Hanyang University Graduate School of Business, Individualized Specialization by Using 140 Subjects... Estimated 5000+ Alumni
The Hanyang University Graduate School of Business
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The April 17 edition of Korean Economy published an article about the Hanyang University Graduate School of Business. The Hanyang University Graduate School of Business entered the top 100 on the QS world rankings in 2017 and rose to 86th last year. It is becoming one of the leading MBA schools in the Asia-Pacific region. Hanyang University Graduate School of Business operates three training courses subdivided into Hanyang MBA, Professional MBA, and International MBA, and its detailed major tracks has reached 18 in number, providing around 140 lectures annually.
In addition, the alumni network of more than 5000 graduates is one of the attractions of the Hanyang University Graduate School of Business. Recognizing the importance of MBA clubs for its alumni networks, Hanyang University Graduate School of Business is taking the initiative in the voluntary development of clubs by the alumni and supporting exchange business and activities with other universities' MBA clubs.
Another strength of the Hanyang University Graduate School of Business is its accessibility which makes it stand out from other MBA graduate schools. Seoul subway line 2 lays within the campus, which enables a comfortable arrival from various places in Seoul such as Gangnam and Gangbuk within 25 minutes.
Translated by Jeon Chae-yun firstname.lastname@example.org
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