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New Changes for Foreign Students Using Library at Ansan
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[6호] 승인 2009.05.18  
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The school has made some new changes at the library for foreign students in the year 2009. First of all, the Hanyang University Library site is providing a page with only English. So that foreign students can understand what the library offers much easily.
  And secondly, Library Information Session has been newly programmed, which is held 14:00~15:00 from Monday to Thursday, Students can apply both by submitting an application or sending an e-mail including the application. Students who would like to submit their applications rather than sending an e-mail should go to an office located on the floor of the Social Science room in the Paiknam library and Academic Information Center.
  The school understands that there are universities who are recruiting more and more foreign students from all over the world for the improvement of their own campus. As the number of foreign students increases there needs to be supports for the foreign students who can not fit in into the life of Korean students.
  There are changes still being made at this right moment for better environment. More and more translated website is opening for foreign students, and more chances are being provided so that they too can be provided with more opportunities.

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