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HYU Issues New Academic Passports
Hong Young-ki  |  hjournal@hanyang.ac.kr
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 Education Advancement Team of Hanyang University(HYU) issued Hanyang Global Paradigm Shift(HY-G. P.S) passports for Hanyangians in Seoul Campus. These passports have been distributed in front of Aegimoon from May 20 to 22 during the campus festival once more after distributed on 2015 entrance ceremony for freshmen. HYG.P.S passports were made to introduce ACE & CK - II projects. The projects that support students’ competence are supporting projects proceeded at government level. The passports were designed to encourage Hanyangians’ participation in the projects. Hanyangians can use the passports by gathering stamps whenever they take part in programs of ACE & CK-Ⅱ projects.

 ACE & CK - II projects are government-aided projects which goal is to strengthen student capacity run by the Ministry of Education. ACE project is a funding project for only about 26 welleducating universities and CK-II project is a funding project for universities in a metropolitan area. About 40 programs related to ACE & CK-Ⅱ projects are going to be held this year, and Hanyangians can collect stamps on their passports whenever they participate in them.

 The stamps are counted every three months, and Hanyangians who collect lots of stamps will be rewarded with coffee coupons, books, movie tickets or scholarship by their achievement. Also, as this passports are small and easy to lose, HYU plans to make the passport of mobile application or Radio Frequency Identification, which are automatic electronic tracking and identification system.

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