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  Beginning in 2009, HYU had come up with two brand new colleges, the College of Economics and Finance and the College of Policy Sciences. Both departments were created to help students become pillars on the global stage.
  First, the College of Economics and Finance has been established to produce global finance experts who posess knowledge of both the financial industry in theory and the actual work done there.
Many students are benefiting from this college with more scholarship programs than other colleges with the national college exam, a chance of studying abroad in the USA with their GPAs at the university, and also various internship programs at financial institutions in and out of Korea.
  Ahn Tae-jin, one of the sophomores from the Division of Administration Economics, a college that shares its room in the School of Business, said, “Actually, one’s course in Economics is very broad. If the Division of Administration Economics is a place of diversity, the college with significant identity is very welcomed.”
Also, the College of Policy Sciences was established to meet social needs that require critical thinkers and imaginative knowledge producers. To meet the social needs for these abilities, there are plans to teach logical thinking in both Korean and English and balanced background of fundamental studies by many readings and debates. Also, as the name of the college, they are also aiming to gain some knowledge of social science at the level of an expert.
  These students are also provided with many benefits. This college guarantees for employment as a professor at HYU after receiving a bachelor’s degree at HYU and a PhD at a university abroad. Also, there is a language study abroad program within the course and the dormitory fee is exempted and gives priority when entering the class for preparing for the various examinations. Last but not least, students of this college can enter graduate school without paying tuition fees if their GPA is over 3.75.

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