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Earn an MBA from the top-ranked business school in international business while studying at NTNU

The NTNU-USC DIMBA program is provided as a collaborative project between the University of South Carolina (USC), which has the most prestigious IMBA program in the U.S.A., and National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU), which possesses a wealth of resources in the areas of education, arts, humanities, music, sports and leisure. DIMBA is partnered with the Executive IMBA at DMSB. The Darla Moore School of Business is ranked #1 in International Business. You will be studying in Taiwan and in the U.S. with leading professionals from all over the world, acquiring an unmatched set of management skills while also becoming more innovative and internationally-minded in your management thinking.

Efficient learning – Twice the results in half the time

Traditional MBA programs usually require at least two years of study in order to graduate, a fact which discourages many professionals who have the academic potential needed to earn an MBA, but cannot afford to dedicate such a long period of time to it. EMBA programs make it easier to combine postgraduate study with one’s career, but the vast majority of them only provide one MBA degree from a single university. The NTNU-USC DIMBA program is a time-efficient, sensible approach to earning an MBA. The graduation requirements can be completed in just one year, and graduates are awarded an MBA from two universities: NTNU and USC. The NTNU-USC DIMBA thus makes it possible to earn two MBA degrees without putting your career on hold for an extended period, enabling you to “Work hard, Study smart!”

Acquire a qualification that will make you stand out from the crowd, and add value in your future career

The NTNU-USC DIMCA includes a comprehensive academic program of 16 classes totaling 48 credits, as well as providing an impressive range of internship opportunities. The program is an ideal opportunity to expand your network of contacts and explore possibilities for inter-industry collaboration.