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  • 솔브릿지국제경영대학 홍보영상

    http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=8011&code=skorean010401">솔브릿지국제경영대학 홍보영상

    2021-06-25


  • SolBridge team places second in the Global Case Competition hosted by Nazareth College, USA

    http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=8010&code=solbridge0801">SolBridge team places second in the Global Case Competition hosted by Nazareth College, USA

      SolBridge students Nguyen Cat Tien, Dao NganGiang, Le Hoang Giang, and Leilt Assefa Gebeyehu placed second in the firstannual Global Case Competition hosted by our partner Nazareth College, USA. Hosted virtually on May 21, 2021, the competition attracted teams fromvarious countries, including United States, Finland, Hungary, Romania, Japan,and Vietnam.   In the competition, each team was required tosubmit the case analysis write-up and the video for the case study "TheVideo-Streaming Wars in 2019: Can Disney Catch Netflix?" written byHarvard Business School. The case focuses on the battle between the currentvideo streaming entertainment leader Netflix and Disney's entertainmentconglomerate, when Disney introduced Disney+, and take action in a fight fordominance in the video-streaming-subscription space. Based on the informationgiven in the case, the teams were expected to judge whether Bob Iger, CEO ofDisney - and his team of executives found the right formula to unseat Netflixas the leader in video streaming. Was there room for both players in themarketplace? Or Netflix, led by CEO Reed Hastings and his team, need to respondin some way to the looming threat posed by Disney? Additionally, the teams were required toaddress three additional questions in the video analysis: 1. Determine if the streaming entertainment industry sustains its growth beyond the pandemic, given the fact that the global spread of the pandemic fueled the growth of the entire industry. 2. Analyze the role technology potentially plays in the entertainment business in the future. 3. Discuss the opportunities and challenges when entertainment is merged with technology. A diverse panel of judges assessed the qualityof participants' analyses and their presentations, and winning teams will beawarded cash prizes. "Given the difficulties of differences intime zone, the process was a weary but yet thrilling experience for the team.Throughout the process, we gained a lot of valuable experiences and informationon how to analyze, research, and present." – said the team.  Congratulations to the team! 

    2021-06-23


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  • 솔브릿지국제경영대학 홍보영상

    http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=8009&code=skorean010401">솔브릿지국제경영대학 홍보영상

    2021-06-10


  • [국제경영학과생의 브이로그]솔브릿지, 학교시설, 영어수업, 기숙사

    http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=8007&code=skorean010401">[국제경영학과생의 브이로그]솔브릿지, 학교시설, 영어수업, 기숙사

    2021-06-10


  • SolBridge team awarded third place in the Babson Collaborative 2021 Global Student Challenge

    http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=8006&code=solbridge0801">SolBridge team awarded third place in the Babson Collaborative 2021 Global Student Challenge

    SolBridgestudents Giang Vu Ha, Le Phat Dat, and Nguyen Dinh Long won third place in thisyear’s Babson Collaborative Global Student Challenge.  TheChallenge exposed participating teams from Babson Collaborative member schoolsto the UN Sustainable Development Goals and challenged them to think of thesegoals in the context of business opportunities. Joining students wereencouraged to apply their knowledge of opportunity identification andassessment, resulting in feasibility analysis of a new business concept. Eachbusiness concept addressed one of the UN goals in a way that could ultimatelyresult in the creation of a new for-profit or nonprofit venture. SolBridgeteam’s business idea, ‘Grash’ a digital match-making platform connectinghouseholds with scrap collectors, came in third against other strong competingteams. Their idea presented a unique solution to eliminate unconventional scrapcollection practices and a business model that successfully aligned with the UNSustainable Development Goals.Thisyear the competition attracted over 870 students with 215 projects from 22 schoolsin 16 different countries. Congratulationsto the team and Prof. Edwin Sanusi for his guidance. 

    2021-06-08


  • 국립국어원 주최, 2021 지자체와 함께하는 한국유학박람회 (www.studyinkorea.go.kr) 홍보

    http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=8005&code=wkli0401">국립국어원 주최, 2021 지자체와 함께하는 한국유학박람회 (www.studyinkorea.go.kr) 홍보

     국립국어원 주최, 2021 지자체와 함께하는한국유학박람회 (www.studyinkorea.go.kr) 홍보   가. 행사명 : 2021 지자체와 함께하는 한국유학박람회나. 기 간 : 2021. 6. 8(화) ~ 6. 21(월) <2주간>다. 주요내용 : 한국유학, 장학제도, 대학정보, 입학신청, 온라인 상담 등라. 참가대학 : 94개교(참가대학 수는 변동 가능)마. 참가지자체 : 부산광역시, 강원도청, 전남도청, 경남도청, 충남도청(5개)바. 참가방법 : 한국유학종합시스템 웹사이트(www.studyinkorea.go.kr) 접속사. 협조사항 : 귀 기관 홈페이지 공지 글 게시(팝업 포함) 및 한국유학종합시스템 웹사이트(www.studyinkorea.go.kr) 링크 사이트 추가 협조 요청 

    2021-06-07


  • Spring 2021 SolBridge Debate Championship

    http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=8004&code=solbridge0801">Spring 2021 SolBridge Debate Championship

    From May 12-15th, 2021, SolBridge Debate Society hosted theSpring 2021 Debate Championship, an in-house debate tournament to welcome newmembers. This championship was held in an Asian Parliamentary format, gatheringover 60 new participants. Experienced members served as adjudicators along withinvited judges, including SolBridge professors. With this debating style, twoteams of three compete against each other; the Government side proposes anddefends the motion while the opposition side refutes and negates the motion.Congratulations to this year’s champions: Team BGS (Bilguudei Khandarmaa, GuzalTojiboeva, and Shin Hyeong Lee). We would also like to take this opportunity to also congratulate:- The finalists, Vincenzo (Duc Nguyen, Tran Dang, and Tuan Le) - The semi-finalists: for that 10% (do Minh Chau vuong, Ngan Giang Dao, Tuyet Yen Ma), and Dead Shot (Alina Ibragimova, El Asri Fatine, and Leila Moussaid) - The quarter-finalists: Team 7 (Makhmudjon Djabborov, Luana Polato, Yedige Smagul), Passionfruit (Alina Maulenova, Ga-Eun Oh, Saule ramazan), Power Rangers (Hanne Wilner, Laura Rakhmatullina, Palina Nikitsina), Debateablers (Hanne, Ayake, Nilufarkhon Alisher Kizi Gazikhodjaeva, Sulagna Banerjee)  Additionally, congratulations to the following debaters whoreceived best speaker awards:Overall Best speaker: Ga-Eun Oh2nd best speaker: Sulagna Banerjee3rd best speaker: Shukurullo Madaliev4th best speaker: Sung Joon Kim5th best speaker: Alina Ibragimova6th best speaker: Bilguudei Khandarmaa7th best speaker: Guzal Tojiboeva8th best speaker: Ngan Giang Goa9th best speaker (tie): Sehong Kim9th best speaker (tie): Alina MaulenovaBest speaker of the Grand Finals: Bilguudei Khandarmaa 

    2021-06-07


  • 우송대 학과소개 | 솔브릿지국제경영대학 솔브릿지국제경영학부 (#복수학위 #해외자매대학 #해외유학)

    http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=8003&code=skorean010401">우송대 학과소개 | 솔브릿지국제경영대학 솔브릿지국제경영학부 (#복수학위 #해외자매대학 #해외유학)

    2021-05-31


  • SolBridge Debate Society win 2021 Korea National Championship

    http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=8002&code=solbridge0801">SolBridge Debate Society win 2021 Korea National Championship

     SolBridge Debate Society(SDS) represented by Houymean Lim, Jamoliddin Ergash-Zoda, and Sally Lee, hasonce again been crowned Korea’s champions.   Seoul National Universityhosted the Spring 2021 Korea National Championship (KNC) on May 19, 22-23. Thisis an incredibly competitive tournament where teams representing the topuniversities throughout Korea compete against each other in Asian Parliamentaryformat debating. Each round of debate sees two teams (of three members each) goup against each other and debate various controversial topics. Some of the competingschools in this edition of KNC included Seoul National University, YonseiUniversity, Korea University, Sogang University, Hanyang University, KyungheeUniversity, Ewha University, and Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. Teams battled throughsix difficult preliminary rounds spread over two days before a select number ofteams advanced into the elimination rounds based on skill, persuasiveness, andstrength of argument. Two teams and our team judge (Bobur Sirojiddinov) proudlyrepresenting SolBridge at KNC were SDS 1 (Houymean Lim, Jamoliddin Ergash-Zoda,and Sally Lee) and SDS 2 (Ga-Yun Lee, DongGi Lee, and Aytalina Shestakova). SDS 1 dominated thecompetition as the only team to win every preliminary round (and often by alandslide, with their average margin of victory being nearly 10 points). Afterknocking out top teams in the Quarterfinals and Semifinals, SDS wenthead-to-head with Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in the Grand Finals. Theresult of the Grand Final was 8-1 in our favor, completing their undefeatedrun. SolBridge team also tookbest speaker awards with Houymean Lim being awarded the 7th best speaker award,Jamoliddin receiving the 5th best speaker award, and finally, Sally beingcrowned the overall best speaker of the Korea Nationals. Congratulations to thechampions, members of SolBridge Debate Society, and to professor Joshua Parkand professor Danielle Swanepoel for successfully coaching the teams to achieveyet another win.  

    2021-05-25


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