Sign-up for 31 SNOCs for 2020-2021 Fall Semester
SNOCs are GNAM Online Courses for-credit courses offered remotely and online by a member school and open to students from the whole network, targeted only to high-performing MBA students enrolled in a business school member of GNAM.
We are thrilled to inform that there will be 31 SNOCs (Small Network Online Courses, SNOCs) available for 2020-2021 Fall Semester! Course details including syllabus of each course for August to December 2020 have been posted on the Global Network website. (https://globalnetwork.io/programs/global-network-courses)
Half of the courses that will be offered are new ones and rest are busienss school electives with limited spaces. Please also refer to the SNOCs information in table format for your easy reference.
Here is a small article sharing the SNOCs experience by a current student from the IMBA Class of 2020.
Additional information about applying for the SNOCS:
1. When applying students should be prepared to upload a CV and to write a brief one-paragraph statement of interest in the course. Contact your monitor first to fill in the excel form and submit your CV and Interest of statement. GNAM Fall SNOCs_Registration Form
2. Sign-up directions will be communicated in respective WeChat Group.
3. It is recommended that students apply to only 1 courses, and no more than 2 courses. (Additional applications-it’s the case of the 2nd SNOCs choice-will be accepted if courses are not full after ROUND 1 application)
4. IMBA students are exempted from pre-selection prior to submiting the application.
5. Students passed the pre-selection will be contacted by the IMBA office to give the application link and name and address of the school administrator who will be cc’ed on the auto-response to student applications.
6. The MBA office will award credit for the SNOCs. Students successfully completing each course will receive a grade and a certificate of completion by the school offering the course. Please also note that the GNAM courses will be counted as credits into Renmin’s MBA program. Teamwork is an important aspect of the GNAM Courses. Students who quit the GNAM course halfway will fail the course with Fail shown on Renmin’s MBA transcript.
1. Students should look up the course details (timezone, syllabus, topics etc.) and check the timing of classes in your own time zone to be sure that the course will fit your schedules before you apply;
2. Current MBA students (2019 cohort) applying for the SNOCs with credit purpose will be given priority for available seats; The FT Class of 2020 and and Part-time MBA Class of 2020 should keep in mind that you have RMBS courses on Monday and Tuesday Evenings and the Weekends respectively in the Fall semester.
3. Alumini interested in the courses shall contact the IMBA office first by sending your CV together with your statement of interest to email@example.com by July 5 noon 12:00 pm (check your availability and fitness for the courses carefully. Name your file with your LastName_FirstName_Program) and we will have a pre-screening for all applicants. Final course admissions decisions will be sent to student and applicants in August by GNAM.