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http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=7877&code=solbridge0801">SolBridge Alumni Rustam Karimjonov appointed Deputy Minister of Public Education
SolBridge is delighted for the appointment of its alumnus Rustam Karimjonov from Uzbekistan as Deputy Minister of Public Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Before this appointment, Rustam worked with the Ministry of Public Education as the director of the center of Innovation, Technology, and Strategy.Rustam graduated from SolBridge with a double Master of Business Administration degree in 2011 with a specialization in Entrepreneurship and Management Information Systems. He was the Captain of SolBridge Football club, during which he led the team to win the Woosong Football Cup.Congratulations to Rustam on his new appointment!
http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=7876&code=skorean0708">2020학년도 솔브릿지 신입생 브이로그
http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=7875&code=skorean0708">[우송대학교] 우송대 솔브릿지 국제경영대학 소개
http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=7873&code=solbridge0801">SolBridge signs MOU with Daejeon Metropolitan Express Transit Corporation
As part of our continuing efforts to growindustry partnerships in Daejeon, SolBridge signed a Memorandum ofUnderstanding with Daejeon Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation (DJET) onJune 3, 2020.The DJET Corporation, which manages the subwaynetwork in Daejeon, is committed to improving its service for foreign users inpreparation for the General Assembly of the World Federation of LocalGovernments to be hosted in Daejeon in 2022.This event will bring together over 5,000delegates from 140 countries providing SolBridge students with an opportunityto act as ambassadors and to showcase the internationalization of Daejeon’ssubway system. Students will play an integral part in the subway system'sreadiness for the event by providing feedback to ensure a foreigner-friendlysubway network. The agreement was signed by Mr. Kim Kyung Chul,President and CEO of DJET, and Dr. Hamid Bouchikhi, Dean of SolBridgeInternational School of Business, witnessed by leadership teams from bothparties.
http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=7871&code=solbridge0801">Looking for Creative Interns | Woosong Internship Academy 2020
Are you a prospective graduate? Acquire a meaningful and valuable work experience by joining the Woosong Internship Academy. Submit your applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are open from 20 -27 May 2020.
http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=7870&code=solbridge0709">Mirella Santos de Oliveira: April 2020 SolBridge Alumni Highlight
This month SolBridge recognizes Ms. Mirella Santos deOliveira, a SolBridge BBA graduate, Spring 2016, and currently an ApplicationIT Manager at Greenpeace International in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Upongraduation, Mirella worked in multiple Tech Startups in San Francisco,Australia, Slovakia, and Brazil. Even though she studied business, Mirelladeveloped a passion for ICT, and her work experiences allowed her to enter thefield of technology. Before joining Greenpeace, she worked with CustomerSuccess in technology companies developing and supporting the bridge betweendevelopers, software testers and the customers. She started working withsupport and quickly moved into managing key accounts and onboarding highprofile customers, building relationships, and managing her very own smalldevelopment team.While at SolBridge, she founded the SolCaringVolunteer Club in 2014, one of the most impactful clubs at SolBridge and aroundDaejeon. “The lessons I learned from building and managing this club are stillapplicable today at my current workplace Greenpeace.” She said. She was alsoinvolved in other club activities, including the SolBridge Debate Society(SDS), where she developed her critical thinking skills. She debated and judged for SDS for three anda half years, an activity she misses. Mirella also utilized all the opportunities thatSolBridge offered, including; attending an exchange semester in theNetherlands, being a Research Assistant, and participating in differentbusiness case competitions around Asia. “My advice to all current students is: take advantageof all the opportunities SolBridge hands on to you; participate in the casecompetitions; sign up for clubs; take electives that are challenging; build agood relationship with your professors and engage in sports. By the time yougraduate, you’ll have so much more than your diploma!” says Mirella.