KUBS Signed MOU with PHBS in China
Mar 14, 2017
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KUBS Signed MOU with PHBS in China
Korea University Business School (Dean=Professor Soo Young Kwon) singed a MOU with Peking University HSBC Business School (PHBS). The MOU includes △Graduate and MBA-level Student Exchange Program and △academic exchanges, including joint research and seminar. Each university can send two students per semester to study overseas. Exchange students may study for up to one academic year and take the following course areas in English offered at PHBS: Business Administration, Economics, and Finance. 

▲ Korea University Business School singed a MOU with PHBS on January 11.
“Through this agreement, KUBS and PHBS can actively communicate and build a robust network,” Dean Soo Young Kwon said. “I especially hope there will be even more graduate-level research and academic exchanges between the two universities.”

▲ The panoramic view of PHBS

The Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School of Business was founded in 2004 and renamed HSBC Business School in 2008. PHBS has a total of 61 full-time faculty. The university is ranked No. 129 in the UTD Rankings, an evaluation index indicating the research performances.  
Shenzhen, China, where PHBS is based, is a major city located in Guangdong Province adjacent to Hong Kong. The city has a population of about 11 million with an average age of 30 years. The headquarters and factories of the global leading companies in China, such as BYD, Foxconn, Xiaomi, and Tencent, are situated in Shenzhen, a rising city where the future of China can be anticipated.
For further inquiries on the Student Exchange Program, contact the KUBS International Office (hyunlee@korea.ac.kr).