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NSYSU College of Management signs an agreement on student exchange program with the top-ranking Politecnico di Milano Graduate School of Business to promote academic and cultural exchange

National Sun Yat-sen University College of Management, represented by the Dean Prof. San-Yih Hwang signed an MOU on academic cooperation with the top-ranking Politecnico di Milano Graduate School of Business in Milan, Italy, represented by the Dean Prof. Federico Frattini to jointly develop training programs. Both institutions have already agreed on the master-degree student exchange program to promote academic and cultural exchange between the two institutions.

The agreement on student exchange allows students of MBA programs at the College of Management – up to 5 students per program – to participate in the exchange for one semester at the Graduate School of Business starting from February 2021. The students who have very good communication skills in English and meet the admission requirements can apply for the program via the Office of International Affairs starting from November 2020 for the fall semester of the academic year 2021/2022. The selected students will be provided a monthly scholarship of 10,000 NTD.

Besides the agreement on student exchange, both institutions signed an MOU to develop a greater understanding between the two institutions and promote future collaborative activities such as customized short training programs, study tours, and academic faculty visits and exchange.

Established in 1863 and with 42,000 students, Politecnico di Milano is not only the oldest academic institution in Italy and the leading polytechnic in the country but also one of the top institutions in the world, ranking 149th in the QS World University Ranking. The Graduate School of Business, established over 40 years ago, offers over 25 master programs; its MBA program ranks 9th in the 2020 Online MBA Ranking by Financial Times.

NSYSU College of Management has partnership agreements with 74 universities in 26 countries; Politecnico di Milano is the fifth institution in Italy with which the College is collaborating. To let students gain international study experience and cultivate professionals with a global perspective, the College offers 14 double-degree programs and a variety of exchange programs.

How to apply for exchange:
https://oia.nsysu.edu.tw/p/412-1308-20796.php?Lang=en

List of partner institutions of the NSYSU College of Management:
https://www.cm.nsysu.edu.tw/p/412-1024-1638.php?Lang=en
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