Yonsei University - Global MBA
One program...two degrees.
Graduates of this fast-paced, 14-month program of study receive a Master of Science in Finance (MSF) degree from Washington University and a Global MBA from Yonsei University (YSB)
In the condensed format, your courses are divided into five semesters. You spend a summer at Olin; fall, winter, and spring academic semesters at Yonsei; and a second summer at Olin when you rejoin the GMF cohort for immersions in New York and Washington, DC. All told, you take 24 credit hours at Olin and 30 at Yonsei.
Yonsei Global MBA is ranked the first in Korea and the fourth in Asia according to the Economist. In addition, the Financial Times ranks the MSF program at Olin No. 3 in the United States. Yonsei School of Business is renowned as Korea’s first and best business school. It has been a premier center of management education with outstanding international and local recognition for its programs.
Faculty members and industry experts from around the world teach subject matter that includes emerging markets, business strategy, entrepreneurship, negotiation, international finance, and risk management.
Housing at Yonsei University
International students interested in living on campus have options to apply for SK Global House or International House (I-House). Both housing options boast top-of-the-line facilities and services with a 24-hour-operating front desk and security system. Yonsei University’s dormitories provide a home away from home to international students while providing an ideal environment to meet students from all over the world. The main language of communication is English, and the duty managers and residential assistants are capable of assisting residents in multiple languages.
The Career Development Center (CDC) at Yonsei School of Business prepares students for successful job placement upon graduation. Resources include one-on-one career coaching, access to a resume and interview clinic, a career forum, and networking opportunities.
Program Tuition and Fees
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Tuition covers coursework, including immersion courses in New York City and Washington, DC. Additional costs covered only during WashU immersion courses include housing, some meals, transportation between New York and Washington, DC, and transportation back to St. Louis, Missouri.
Tuition does not include housing costs at either institution, textbooks, supplies, meal plans, or travel from your residential location to either of the campuses.
Health insurance is required but is not included with tuition for either YSB or WashU.