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Kelvin Song

GLOBIS Faculty, Quantitative Analysis for Business
Kelvin works with in the development of new technology- and innovation-related MBA courses at GLOBIS. He is also the program coordinator of international exchange programs and part of the project management team for the university's IT system. As a faculty member, he teaches Quantitative Analysis for Business. He also supported the launch of the Online MBA program.
Kelvin joined GLOBIS after more than 8 years in Toshiba Corporation, where he was a software engineer leading Resolution+ flagship image-enhancement technology, as well as a core contributor to 3D multimedia solutions. After completing his part-time MBA online, he moved to Toshiba Canvio product planning and marketing.
He holds a first-class honors bachelor's degree in computer engineering from Nanyang Technological University and an MBA (Dean's List) from IE Business School. He has also attended programs from Soochow University, Fudan University, and the University of New South Wales. Originally from Singapore, he is fluent in 3 languages: English, Chinese Mandarin, and Japanese.

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