The full-time Global MBA program broadens your worldview. This two-year program, including a requirement of a summer internship, is exclusively designed for students who are interested in a career change or enhancing their professionals. We are admitting 20 domestic students, 20 overseas students every year; with the strong network and background of each, students will have excellent access to real-world learning, global organizations, and top business leaders.
GMBA program is currently in cooperation with International Trade Institute (ITI) by Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), which has extensive connections with trade organizations worldwide. Applicants may apply for 1-year ITI Management Program together with GMBA degree; such intensive course brings students diversified exposure and learning environments.
If you are an overseas prospective student and would want to learn Mandarin during your pursuit to MBA degree, NCTU GMBA program is your top choice. With courses provided by Chinese learning center and diverse student activities, you will enjoy the authentic living and learning experience in NCTU.
Established in 1896, NCTU is one of the top universities with most powerful alumni network in Taiwan. Being an NCTU student will gain you access to this alumni network that gives you great connections worldwide.
Located nearby the Hsinchu Science Park, which is well-recognized as Silicon Valley in Asia, NCTU leverages its advanced technology development and dynamic business activities to offer students the opportunities to meet world leaders in the IT industry.
Fast Facts about GMBA
Average Age: 29
Ave. Working Years: 4.5
- Fundamental courses: 21 credits
- Core courses: 18 credits
- MBA Thesis: 6 credits
- Financial Management
- Managerial Economics
- Organizational Behavior
- Business Statistics
- Information Management
- Financial Accounting
- Global Technology Strategy
- Overseas Internship and Exchange Study
- Global Supply Chain Management
- Global Business Management
- Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital
- Globalization Seminar
- Thesis I