The International MBA (IMBA) program offered by National Chengchi University (NCCU) has dual accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS), a key indicator of our quality resources in business education, more recently, became the 65th member of the Partnership in International Management (PIM), a consortium of leading international business schools. With the continued growth of Asia’s emerging economies and the expansion of firms on a global scale, the NCCU IMBA offers the perfect venue for international candidates to learn about Asian economies and for Taiwanese candidates to benefit from an international education without traveling abroad.
Global View with an Asian Perspective
The unique design of the IMBA curriculum aims to equip students with the foundational knowledge of international commerce and leverage on this to provide students with a global view as well as an Asian perspective of the world's emerging business trends. Students have the option of specializing their degree in Management in Asia. While all courses capture an international outlook of business and how it applies in the Asian context, certain courses concentrate mainly on practices within Asia.
Diverse Student Body and World Class Faculty
The IMBA program provides an optimal international and multicultural learning environment by maintaining balance between Taiwanese and international students admitted to the program. The international students represent a diverse mix of professionals from over 50 countries in five continents. They are guided by our faculty base comprised of academics and industry experts in Taiwan and from around the world.
Theory and Practice
The program is designed to provide a meaningful balance between theoretical and practical learning. A majority of courses apply the case study method, which enables participants to learn by doing and teaching others. Specially designed classes also provide students with the opportunity to get involved with real world business problem decision-making.
Strong Links with the Business Community
NCCUC has collaborative researches across a wide array of initiatives from its strong ties with businesses from various industries and the government of Taiwan. Students are given ample opportunities to engage with these real world business leaders who are invited to teach courses or host numerous seminars that are organized throughout every semester of each academic year.
The IMBA program is held at the Wenshan district of Taipei, the capital city of Taiwan and the heart of Asia's budding financial, commercial, and technological hub. Apart from being well known for its IT infrastructure and manufacturing prowess, Taiwan is slated to be a catalyst in the future development and advancement of Asia.