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The Hanyang University Leaved for America
Cho Kyung-jin  |  sugarlips@hanyang.ac.kr
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[1호] 승인 2008.04.15  
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Seven private universities in Korea went to the United States from March 27th to April 4 The Hanyang University, Korea University, Yeonsei University, Ehwa Womens University, Chung-Ang University, Sogang University and Sungkyunkwan University were participated to the presentation for administration of university in abroad. The presentation was held in Washington D.C, Los Angeles and New York. Also they are going to visit the Jakarta and other countries in April 24. This presentation was target for Korean residents in America, student studying abroad and parents of abroad students.

As the era of 100,000 Korean students studying in the United States of America comes, they do not know what to prepare when they came back to Korea because information about administration of Korean university for being lacked. So seven private universities in Korea made plan to the publicity. Demand for this presentation was great. Chicago and Hawaii also wants to hold it, but they were not able to do that due to planned program.

According to Cha, who is in the chief of administration office, “If students who have ability for speaking English fluently complete a faculty or master’s course in Korea, they could get profit for working in two countries.” 

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