KAIST Executive Education, Ranked 29th in Financial Times Global Exec..2011-05-19Hit:8657
KAIST Executive Education Open Program is ranked 29th in the world and 2nd in Asia in the "2011 Executive Education Financial Times Ranking’.
The Executive Education Open Program was ranked in the top 5 in ‘Networking and Follow-up’ and this was due to various activities supported by the KAIST Executive Education Program, especially the Lifelong Education program. Through this program the alumni can take free courses and adapt to rapidly changing business trends. The alumni can communicate with students through classroom discussions. Especially, the AIM program offers a workshop that combines alumni and students and hosts a year-end party. In particular, the alumni management system was highly recognized in the ranking.
KAIST was the only school in Korea ranked in ‘Executive Education Financial Times Ranking.’ This follows the ranking of 45th in the world and 2nd in Asia in 2009. Ravi Kumar, Dean of KAIST Business School, said “our effort in establishing a consistent and thoughtful curriculum, the faculty and the KAIST network are essential in obtaining a high ranking. We proved our competitiveness as a global top business school with KAIST MBA’s ranking in the ‘Global 100 MBA’ at the beginning of 2011 and KAIST Executive Education Program’s 29th ranking in the world.”
KAIST Executive Education Program operates the AIM program for CEOs and executives, and ATM and AIC for junior executives. AIM focuses on developing leadership and insight through education in business, technology, culture and art. It is a differentiated program that blends robotics, biotechnology, nanotechnology and green technology creatively. ATM has a curriculum that analyzes the IT media market including movies, music, drama, games and media contents, and focuses on convergence through IT digital technology. Executives are able to develop insight into new trends and to focus on strategic thinking. AIC focuses on a practical curriculum combined with management theory as taught by KAIST faculty, and consulting methodology through consultants, as well as in-service training.