IÉSEG announces new Double Degree agreement with EWHA School of Business, South Korea

January 14, 2020

IÉSEG is delighted to announce that it has signed a new double degree agreement with its partner EWHA Womans University, School of Business in Seoul, South Korea.

The new agreement will enable EWHA Master (MBA) students in different programs to have the possibility of obtaining one of the following degrees with IÉSEG:

Global Art & Luxury Business MBA Program students at EWHA will be able to continue into the IÉSEG MSc in Fashion Management Program
Big Data Initiative Program students at EWHA will be able to continue into the IÉSEG MSc in Big Data Analytics for Business Program
Big Data Initiative Program students at EWHA will also be able to continue into the IÉSEG MSc in Business Analysis and Consulting Program.

Upon successful completion of the requirements of both institutions, EWHA students will be awarded with the designated Master of Science (MSc) from IÉSEG and the corresponding degree from EWHA.

Both institutions have already collaborated for a number of years and have a long-standing student exchange agreement, which enables students from both schools to study at the other institution on academic exchange. IÉSEG students can take regular courses (business) and Korean language courses. Similarly, EWHA students can take business courses taught at IÉSEG in the Grande Ecole Program (in English) as well as French language courses.

“We are delighted to extend our collaboration with EWHA through this new agreement,” explains Jean-Philippe Ammeux, Director of IÉSEG. “South Korea is indeed a very popular destination with IÉSEG students, and we very much look forward to welcoming the students from EWHA to the School,” he added.

About EWHA:

“Founded in 1886 as Korea’s first modern school for women, EWHA has grown into the world’s most comprehensive women’s university through constant progress and leaps forward based on the spirit of challenge and innovation. Under the vision of ‘Women Intellectuals Pioneering the Future,’ EWHA is committed to establishing the 3E (Empowerment, Engagement, Exploration) core strategies, each of which is aimed at strengthening capabilities based on academic autonomy, pursuing community ethics based on communication and trust, and leading university education under the spirit of challenge, while promoting six priority projects. Through the realization of this vision and strategy, EWHA will endeavor to respect the autonomy of academia, communicate based on mutual trust, and foster creative women intellectuals who will pioneer the future.”

More information about the EWHA School of Business is available here: http://biz.ewha.ac.kr/mba-eng

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