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KUBS Produces the Largest Number of CEOs in Top 500 Companies among Private Universities
Apr 17, 2017
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KUBS Produces the Largest Number of CEOs in Top 500 Companies among Private Universities

Korea University Business School (KUBS Dean=Professor Soo Young Kwon) is ranked first among Korean private universities in producing the largest number of CEOs in Top 500 Companies. While Korea University has the highest number of CEO alumni among private universities in Korea, KUBS is the top producer of CEOs at the college level.
 
The CEO Score (Head Ju-gun Park), an organization that evaluates corporate management performance, conducted a survey on the alma maters of the 480 CEOs of the top 500 companies in Korea, and confirmed that 19 CEOs are graduates of KUBS as of April 1.
 
The notable CEOs who graduated from KUBS include △Chang-soo Huh; Chairman of GS Group (Business, ’67), △Cheol Young Lee; CEO of Hyundai Marine & Fire Insurance (Business, ’71), △Jin-soo Huh; Vice Chairman of GS Caltex (Business, ’72), △Jeongwon Park; Chairman of Doosan Group (Business, ’85), △Mong-won Jeong; Chairman of Halla Group (Business, ’74),  △Mong-jin Chung; Chairman of KCC (Business, ’79) △Mong-gyu Chung; Chairman of Hyundai Development Company (Business, ’80), △Chang-soo Kim; CEO of Samsung Life Insurance (Business, ’73), and △Young-jin Lim; Chief of Shinhan Card (Business, ’86).

 

 
In the overall rankings, including public universities, Seoul National University Business School is ranked No. 1 by producing 21 CEOs. △Yonsei School of Business (14 CEOs) came to third followed by △Seoul National University School of Chemical Engineering (11 CEOs), △Seoul National University School of Law (9 CEOs), and △Korea University Law School (8 CEOs). According to the survey, the universities that have produced the most CEOs are △Seoul National University (122 CEOs), △Korea University (52 CEOs), and △Yonsei University (44 CEOs). The most common degrees among CEOs are as follows: △Business Administration (105 CEOs), △Economics (39 CEOs), △Engineering (30 CEOs), △Chemistry & Chemical Engineering (30 CEOs), and △Law (24 CEOs).