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Faculty Development in International Business South Korea Program | Advancing Sustainability & Strategic Evolution in the Post-Pandemic Era

General Information

The Faculty Development in International Business (FDIB) South Korea program is a joint collaboration between Loyola Marymount University and Florida International University. The program is designed for educators interested in developing a greater understanding of doing business in Korea and exploring how Korean companies such as Samsung, Hyundai and LG have emerged as global competitors, advanced in sustainability, and strategically evolved post-pandemic.

Participants will gain firsthand experience about how South Korea has grown into a trillion-dollar-club economy that ranks the 10th largest in the world and has become a global innovation leader known as the “Miracle of the Han River.” Participants will visit top multinational companies, providing them with an opportunity to interact with executives and senior managers to discuss business in the region. In addition, participants will tour and visit historical sites for cultural experiences. Attendees will also listen to special lectures delivered by local scholars and network with other faculty to explore collaborative curriculum development and research interests.

A $4,000 program fee will cover hotel accommodations (based on single occupancy) with daily breakfast, ground transportation for activities, entry to cultural sites, business visits, and some meals. International airfare is not included.

Deadline to Apply

March 31, 2023

For questions, contact Marki Jones, Ed.D at Marki.Jones@lmu.edu or Jillian Avendano, M.S.Ed at javenda@fiu.edu.

Faculty Program Director: Yongsun Paik, Ph.D., Director, Center for International Business Education, Loyola Marymount University.