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Ewha University

The Graduate School of Business

Overview

Ewha MBA programs prepare women to join the international network of powerful business professionals by giving them the tools associated with a traditional MBA, as well as training them to perform their tasks in strategic, efficient and ethical ways across various cultures.

Combining scholarly theories with practical application, the Ewha MBA programs guide students to find ways to transform their visions into workable realities. Students are taught to analyze business and management issues, develop communicative and cooperative leadership, and seek efficient processes to resolve business challenges.

Dean
Hyo Gun Kym(Division of Business Administration)
Office
Ewha-Shinsegae Building (Business) 309
Fax
+82-2-3277-2776

History

연혁
2006.09 Established Ewha MBA
2008.03 Established Finance MBA
2012.09 Established Healthcare MBA
2013.03 Changed Finance MBA to part-time evening program
2015.09 Established Big data MBA, Techno MBA
2018.09 Established Global Art & Luxury Business MBA

The aim of education

The Ewha School of Business strives to train future CEOs who are candid, excellent, and open, fostering in them an esprit de corps. Furthermore, we emphasize that CEO also stands for "Caring about Each Other" to describe leaders who are not only specialists in a given field, but also compassionate individuals with a social conscience.

Ewha School of Business (ESB) Mission

  • 01 To generate and disseminate knowledge to advance the understanding, practice and management of business while seeking to be a recognized leader in the development of high-quality business education.
  • 02 To play a leading role in the development of ideas that shape the worlds of business and business management.
  • 03 To produce future female business leaders. Ewha School of Business offers the highest quality education to a large and diverse group of graduate and undergraduate students as well as practicing executives.