“By training tomorrow’s leaders to manage the risks of the financial system effectively and ethically, we’ll have a fighting chance of surviving even the largest crises.”
Sungkyunkwan University Graduate School of Business
From 2004 to 2011, the Sungkyunkwan University Graduate School of Business (SKK GSB) in Seoul, South Korea, and MIT Sloan worked together to develop a new, world-class MBA program. SKK GSB graduated its first MBA class in 2006. As part of the collaboration, 22 SKK GSB faculty members spent time at MIT Sloan as International Faculty Fellows. SKK GSB earned AACSB accreditation in 2009 and is currently ranked among the top 100 business schools worldwide by the Financial Times.
"MIT Sloan has a needs-blind admissions policy so our goal is to accept the best students in Latin America and around the world without consideration of his or her economic situation. Once a student is admitted then it is our goal to craft a financial package which will meet each students needs through guaranteed loans, private loans, scholarships and opportunities to be teaching or research assistants for MIT professors."