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  • SolBridge Alumni Highlight: Tuan Nguyen">SolBridge Alumni Highlight: Tuan Nguyen

     This month werecognize Tuan Nguyen, SolBridge alumnus class of 2012 from Vietnam. Tuan isthe Chief Technical Officer (CTO) and board member of Joon Solutions, Vietnam.Joon Solutions is a Data-as-a-Service company enabling businesses to adapt tothe digital age by utilizing cloud computing technologies to use their databetter.  Tuan graduatedwith a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree majoring in InternationalFinance. While at SolBridge, he participated in several activities such as CaseStudy Competitions and the Junior Student mentoring program that prepared himfor life outside. He was also a supporter of the Vietnamese Ambassador of KBIZ(Korean Federation of Small and Medium Business). Tuan startedhis career as a Data Analyst for Dongbu Insurance in Seoul. Working as a DataAnalyst, he helped the company analyze its operations in the US to make betterdecisions. He also worked on an M&A where Dongbu acquired a Vietnameseinsurer. In 2016, Tuan moved back to Vietnam and started working at Vingroup,Vietnam's largest private group, as the Head of Data & Analytics. Duringhis five-year term at VinGroup, Tuan worked with Vingroup subsidiaries in manyindustries such as e-commerce, retail, financial services, and hospitality. Hebuilt and led several data teams ranging from 5 to 20 people, helping the groupbuild data platforms and execute its data strategy. "The diverse business experience atSolBridge well-prepared me for my career. Even though I work in a moretechnical position now, having a business background is one of my most distinctcompetitive advantages." Tuan Said.  


  • Dean’s Welcome Remarks – Fall 2021 Semester">Dean’s Welcome Remarks – Fall 2021 Semester

    Welcome all SolBridgers! If you’re joining us for thefirst time this Fall, I hope you’ve enjoyed our hospitality, albeit in adigital form, throughout the week-long orientation and are looking forward toan exciting semester ahead! If you’re a returning student, welcome back! Many of you are freshmen, starting your life as an adultcollege student for the first time. We are honored and excited to be a part ofthis important step in your life. Others of you are here as transfer studentsor on exchange, or are a bit more mature, joining us as Masters or Ph.D.candidates, and we welcome you all to our family, just the same. Legend has it that life as a university student representsthe best years of our lives. If this is true, then I hope you’re lookingforward to entering or continuing that exciting phase of your life, and we willdo our part in striving to make this true, to the extent possible. That said,folks who say this often operate in hindsight, where our memories often blotout some of the rough spots and key in on what was enjoyable. I’m sure you willbe going through some sleepless nights, working on projects, studying forexams. I’m sure you will spend some time grumbling at professors for giving youtoo much work, shedding tears due to friends who may have disappointed you. Forthose of you who are in Korea for the first time, you will undoubtedly complainabout some of the perceived weirdness of the culture or the food due todifferences from what you are accustomed to. And unfortunately, you will allface the challenge of navigating through this phase of your lives through the unprecedentedpandemic COVID-19 and the Delta variant.I could spend some more time talking about the uniquenessof SolBridge as an institution, the diversity of our student body, unparalleledsuccesses that the school has enjoyed internationally, the many improvements wehave made to make the program better for our students, especially leading up tothis year and in the face of the pandemic.However, I want to focus on you instead. Much of how weexperience life depends on our own approach and attitude. For your time atSolBridge to become the best years of your lives, I ask you all to do yourpart. Please be positive, flexible, and understanding as we navigate thechallenges of hybrid education COVID-19 together. Set a clear goal for yourselfat the beginning of each day or cycle, and better yet, write them down. But berealistic and flexible if things don’t all go your way. And at the end of theday or cycle, think of the positive things that took place, as well as ways inwhich I can do better. This is similar to what we do as an institution, withyou, our students first and foremost in our minds. And if you do this, I promisethat SolBridge will try our best to do our part to make being positive mucheasier for you so that you can feel proud and happy to be a SolBridger.Again, welcome to SolBridge and the Fall 2021 Semester!And good luck! 


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  • SolBridge Alumni Highlight: Bobir Muratov">SolBridge Alumni Highlight: Bobir Muratov

    This month werecognize Bobir Muratov, SolBridge alumnus from Uzbekistan. Bobir is currentlythe Deputy Head of Academic Affairs and Admissions at Inha University inTashkent, Uzbekistan, and a Ph.D. researcher at Universiti Sains, Malaysia.  His research isfocused on the internationalization of higher education to facilitate andsustain academic (students, scholars, and programs) exchange in Uzbekistan. Hehas over six years of experience in university student admissions and academiccounseling. Before joining academia, he worked in multiple sales and marketingpositions in Dubai, UAE. Bobir graduated fromSolBridge in 2012 with a Master's of Business Administration. While atSolBridge, he actively participated in school activities and competitions,including case competitions, culture day, and freshman orientation. 



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