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NCTU’s EMBA Program Forms a Solid Friendship between Elites that Brings out Care and Influence


   Featuring leadership, thinking, heritage, extension, vision, and stream, NCTU’s EMBA Program focuses on the four pillars of business administration, namely knowledge sharing, social networking, business, and wealth management, assisting EMBA students in achieving short-term, medium-term, and long-term plans in an innovative yet practical way. 

Knowledge Sharing
    To attract elites across Taiwan to partake in the EMBA Program, NCTU devotes itself to developing EMBA courses where the concept of knowledge sharing is integrated; in addition to theories, the College of Management has recently assigned dozens of professors to receive training on case teaching at Harvard University in hopes of applying the case teaching model to EMBA courses, which allows EMBA students to achieve the best learning effect. NCTU has built a teaching environment that combines humanities and technology, including interactive halls built with a generous donation made by the Lite-On Group, where EMBA students share knowledge and experience with top hardware and software equipment.

Social Networking
    NCTU’s EMBA Program aims to form a solid friendship between elites that can bring out care and influence in society; therefore, we offer diverse curricula in the form of group learning and hope that each EMBA student can learn from each other in multiple domains.   

Business and Wealth Management 
    To bring the business network built under a solid friendship between EMBA students into full play, NCTU has established an exclusive business value chain, through which EMBA students seek best business services and promote a profit-seeking model of charities on the premise that they make profits. With such a solid friendship, students of NCTU’s EMBA Program provide assistance for each other as needed and find solutions promptly from the right partners. This not only helps expand business, but creates emotional and knowledge-based connections between EMBA students, ultimately contributing to the well-being of society in Taiwan.   

    Welcome to partake in NCTU’s EMBA Program and start networking!
 
Dean of College of Management
Professor Hui-Min Chung