New dual-degree MBA and EMBA programs to follow

The Kelley School of Business at Indiana University has forged a new partnership with Sungkyukwan University (SKKU) in Seoul, South Korea. The collaboration includes a new dual-degree MBA program where around 30-40 students will spend two semesters at SKKU, and two semesters at Kelley.

The partnership will also produce a new executive MBA (EMBA) program, that will be taught mostly in Seoul and semi-customized for South Korean conglomerate Samsung. Part of the course will also take place on the Kelley campus in Bloomington, Indiana.

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