IBMBA At A Glance

The International Business MBA program was founded in 2005, and was granted by the Ministry of Education to enhance international interaction within Taiwanese campuses. NSYSU became one of the first seven national universities to begin an all-English, two-year Masters program. Our main goal is to provide students with various education backgrounds and working experiences a platform to interact, learn from one another, and gain hands-on global views.

As one of the seven universities sponsored by the Ministry of Education (MOE), the NSYSU College of Management, in accordance with the Business Management Pilot Project hosted by the MOE, takes great pride in its IBMBA learning environment and curriculum design. The college targets prospective students with two years of work experience, with a goal of producing leaders of management in diverse areas.


The Program aims to train culturally intelligent leaders equipped with a global vision, with the professional knowledge required by global corporations, and with the ability to solve real-life business problems. This English-taught program provides students with an academically and culturally diverse learning experience through first-rate instructions, excellent studentship and overseas exchange programs.

The IBMBA program is dedicated to provide high-quality international education environment to prospective students. It has the following specific goals:

  1. To teach students theory and methodology of contemporary management and to prepare them for management in a global business environment.
  2. To provide students with new perspectives on management concepts in the Greater China markets and have the abilities to face the challenges and take the opportunities in the changing dynamic business environment.
  3. To enhance the problem-solving and decision-making capabilities of students and to increase their competitiveness in their future career.
  4. Provide a balanced emphasis on theory and practice, having the program designed in a way to enhance the participants’ analytical and strategic thinking skills as well as expose them to the best management practices.