[Video] Master's Program in Global Leadership

Thursday, July 11, 2019

In 2019, Vietnam Japan University inaugurated admission for the first intake of the Master's Program in Global Leadership (MGL)

MGL is based on following two principles: 
Firstly, the program is to pursue academic research that balances global and regional perspectives in addressing the range of historical, political, economic, business management, industrial, social, and cultural issues arising among and across the nations of the Asia-Pacific region.

Secondly, its principle is cultivating future leaders, who can contribute broadly to United Nations based global governance and ASEAN centered regional governance in Southeast Asia, East Asia (ASEAN+3) and Asia Pacific. Solving various issues emerging out of the contemporary global society requires historical and cultural understandings of the region combined with analytical skills from the disciplines of international relations, political science, and international development. To this end, MGL is one  of the few educational programs in the world that offers an interdisciplinary program to provide students with graduate-level education in Global Leadership with three social science dimension of Politics/ Security, Economy and International studies. 

Dr. Jung Hyun Jasmine Ryu is a typical global citizen. She was born in Korea but determined to develop her career internationally with experiences of living and working in 8 different countries, such as Korea, the United States, Brazil, France, India, Vietnam, Japan and The Philippines. She came to Vietnam and currently is working as a lecturer at VJU to share with her students what she has learnt and experienced. 

 

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