Following are the top business schools in Korea:

Korea University Business School - It is the first and best business school in Korea, ranked 1st in Korea and 7th in Asia: Research rankings of business schools (UT Dallas). It is also the only business school accredited both by AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System) in Korea.

KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) - In 2003, KAIST College of Business was the first business school in Korea to acquire AACSB International accreditation. In 2011, it is ranked 99th in the Financial Times Global 100 MBA ranking, and 29th in Financial Times Global Executive Education ranking (2nd in Asia).

KDI School - The Social Science Research Network (SSRN) placed the KDI School as 1st for all business schools in Korea, and 6th overall for all schools in Asia, and 38th in overall non-US International Business Schools.

Seoul National University (SNU) - The SNU Business School is the fourth b-school in Asia accredited by the AACSB and SNU is ranked 42nd among the top universities in the world according to the QS World University Rankings 2011.

Sogang Business School (SBS) - The School's MBA programs won a government grant that is awarded to the MBA programs of the best four business schools in the country. The government grant, called BK (Brain Korea) 21 for MBA schools, is aimed at fostering graduate-level business management programs in the country.

Kyung Hee University - The Graduate School of Business Administration at Kyung Hee University is one of the largest and most prestigious business schools in Korea, offering an excellent user-based training program aimed at equipping future-oriented and innovative specialists.

Sangnam Institute of Management (SIM) - It was established in 1999 with the financial support of the Honorary Chairman of LG Group, Cha-Kyung Koo. SIM is affiliated with the Yonsei School of Business, which is one of the leading business schools in Korea.

Inha University - The Graduate School of Business Administration (GSBA) at Inha University was founded in 1980 to train students as professionals with global mind and practical knowledge through theoretical and applied studies. It is renowned as one of the leading business schools in Korea.

* Suggested Reading: Top MBA Programs in South Korea
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