Domino Pizza X SKKU GBA Industry-Academic Cooperation Contest2023-05-23
Sungkyunkwan University's Department of Global Business Administration held an Industry-University Cooperation Contest with Domino Pizza for a month from November 4th (Fri) to 30th (Wed). This contest was held under the theme of Proposing Marketing Strategies for MZ Generation in 3 categories. The contest started with application for participation, followed by a kick-off meeting, preliminary rounds, announcement of results, final announcement, and awards ceremony. 69 people(19 teams) applied for the preliminary round, and a total of six teams advanced to the finals. Kang Myung-koo, head of Domino Pizza's brand strategy team, and Kim Kun-woo, head of affiliated marketing team, participated as judges at the final announcement and awards ceremony on November 30(Wed). After 15 minutes of presentation for each team, questions and answers with the judges continued. The awards ceremony was followed immediately, and the awards ceremony was attended by Oh Kwang-hyun, chairman of Domino Pizza, Ahn Hee-joon, president of the College of Business, and Jang Young-bong, head of Department of Global Business Administration, to announce the winners. Chairman Oh Kwang-hyun, whose alma mater is Sungkyunkwan University, said, "As expected, performed well like Sungkyunkwan University students, I believed that various ideas could come from students. I am grateful to the students for thinking about the topic from a different perspective." He said. Ahn Hee-joon, president of the College of Business Administration, said, "First of all, I am very grateful to Domino Pizza for providing good opportunities for students. It is important to learn theoretically, but doing various activities with companies will also be of great help in career decisions and various aspects in the future. If you have such an opportunity, don't hesitate to challenge." he said. In this contest, the 'Domidno' team, which includes students Kim Sang-hyun, Lee Chae-won, Park So-young, and Byun Ye-bin, won the grand prize, ‘Ohdowan’ team, which included Kim Hye-eun, Park Yu-jin, Yoon Seo-hee, and Jeong Chan-young, won the first prize, and ‘Engel 300’, which included Kim Min-kyung, Lee Chae-rim, and Lim Seol-ah, won the excellence prize.
The 2022 Business School Sungkyun Management Leader Award Ceremony held2023-05-17
On December 1(Thu), the College of Business held a ceremony to award the Sungkyunkwan Managemnet Leader Award to commend the student council for its contributions to its executive activities and to provide motivation to future student councils. It was delivered to 12 executives of the 22nd Business School Student's Association Be:tween in 2022, and Kim Moo-jin, chairman of the student council, and vice chairman Kim Ro-hee attended as representatives. On this day, Ahn Hee-joon, president of the College of Business Administration, and Lee Tae-hyo, head of the administration, attended and presented certificates and souvenirs. Ahn Hee-joon, president of the College of Business Administration, said, "There were many limited situations due to COVID-19, but you worked hard to do your best for the students of the Business School by seeking alternatives and doing various activities. I hope you will continue to do your best in your respective positions and show your confidence and capabilities as a Sungkyun Business School students. Kim Moo-jin, president of the 22nd Business School Student Council, who received the Sungkyun Leader Award, said, "I was happy to plan various events as a member of the Business School Student Council in 2022 and have a valuable time to enjoy college life with many students. I would like to express my gratitude to all the student council executives who have worked hard for the past year, to the administrative staff of the College of Business Administration for their generous support and support for the event to go well."
Dean's list award ceremony for the first semester of 2022 held2023-05-17
The Dean' List award ceremony for the 2022-1st semester was held face-to-face at 2 p.m. on November 25(Friday) at Business Hall No. 503. Dean’s List is for students who have a GPA of 4.4 or higher and who have obtained certain standard credits. In the 2022-1 semester, a total of 156 students were selected, including 108 business administration students and 48 global business students. On this day, Ahn Hee-joon, president of the College of Business, Lee Jong-eun, vice president of the College of Business(Head of Business Administration), and Jang Young-bong, head of the Department of Global Business Administration, attended and congratulated the students. Ahn Hee-joon, dean of the College of Business, said, "I see familiar faces during the Dean's List award ceremony every year. Let your friends know that this is a great opportunity, and I hope that you will continue to move forward with confidence. You can be proud of yourself just by being here." encouraged the students He also said, "We provide high-level classes that allow you to develop yourself, rather than simply taking easy subjects to increase your grades. I hope that you will naturally grow as a global leader while experiencing and enjoying enough." Kim Myeong-Jin, a student in the Department of Business Administration, and Kim Ji-Hyung , a student in the Department of Global Business Administration, received certificates as their representatives. Student Kim Myeong-jin said, "Last time, the first offline Dean's List ceremony was held after COVID-19, and I remember participating with excitement. At this ceremony, I am honored as a Sungkyunkwan University Business Administration student to receive a Dean's List certificate given directly to the dean. Looking at the list of Dean's List winners on each floor of the business building, I was motivated to work harder in my department. I will try to learn more things under the excellent teachings of professors in the Department of Business Administration. Next, Kim Ji-hyung, a student at the Department of Global Business Administration, said, “It is an honor to stand in a position like this because I worked hard in my school life. While attending school, I learned a lot from the classes of great professors, and I think I learned a lot from seeing many people, regardless of age or class, especially last semester. I will think of it as an award given to me to work harder so that I can become a person who can help someone and learn something from it someday.”
Conducted the 2022 Business Administration Global Challenge (Germany) & interviewed Kang Tae-woo (Business 21) student2023-05-16
The College of Business visited Germany for 10 days from November 3 to 14 as a global challenge to the Department of Business Administration in 2022. It was conducted to provide opportunities for business students with insufficient global experience to participate in global seminars, expand their horizons, and pave the way for growth as global leaders. The visiting country is Berlin, Germany, and participated in the International Week on Sustainability program hosted by the Berlin School of Economics and Law(BSEL). A total of 10 students were selected in consideration of interest and passion for document screening and ESG fields, the expected effect of the tour, self-introduction, initiative, and sincerity. They participated in sustainability week with 10 selected students for 10 days and conducted more than 6 hours of classes every day. They were able to develop a global perspective and broaden their knowledge on political, ethical, and data statistical approaches to sustainability and related keywords such as circular economy, SDGs, and CSR. Lee Seon-min, a student who participated in this Global Challenge, said, “The best part of taking various classes is not simply sitting and taking lectures, but it is a participation format where you have to create a result by forming a group with students of various nationalities participating in the conference. It was good,” he said. In addition, student Kwak Hyeon-soo said, "It was a time for me to grow myself by encountering and experiencing many new things as well as ESG and Sustainability in Germany, the main axis of the EU." <Kang Tae-woo(Business 21), a student, interview on Germany's Global Challenge> 1. Hello, please introduce yourself first. Hello. My name is Kang Tae-woo, and I entered Sungkyunkwan University as a 21st year student. 2. What motivated you to participate in the 2022 Business Administration Global Challenge (Germany)? The reason why I participated in the 2022 Business Administration Global Challenge (Germany) came from a simple desire for a country called Europe that I usually had. It seems that learning something from a continent I have never been to, Europe, rather than learning something only in Korea, is so attractive that I participated. 3. What activities did you do there? Also, what is the most memorable? Activities in Berlin were largely divided into two parts. Life at school and life outside school were divided into two. Life at school was on average from 8:00 to 4:30, except for an hour for lunch, I took classes all the time. However, this class was not a simple one-way class, but an interactive class where the professor and students communicated, and most of the classes were conducted as team projects. Teaming up with new classmates every day, I mainly engaged in discussions and presentations on climate issues and sustainability, conversing in full English with students from various countries such as Spain, England, the United States, Slovakia, and the Netherlands. At this time, the most memorable thing was that I teamed up with other people, presented the SDGs results discussed with the team members in English in front of all class members for about 3 minutes, and had a Q&A session. In addition, I had time to see and feel the culture of Germany's famous cultural tourist attractions, such as the Berlin Wall and the Berlin Dom. The most memorable place in the process of touring Berlin like this seems to be the rooftop of the Berlin Dom. 4. What did you learn from this global challenge? Through the Global Challenge, I learned sustainability knowledge such as ESG managements and SDGs, and I think I learned how to speak English as much as Korean for most of the day for about 10 days without being nervous when talking to people from other countries speak English. 5. What are your future plans? From a short-term perspective, my future plan is to enlist in the military in January of 2023 and prepare for internships and exchange students to Europe in 2025 when I am discharged in 24. And from the second half of 2025, I think I will start preparing for a startup, which has been my long-time goal.