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Yu Ye-jin  |  yui8878@hanyang.ac.kr
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An Tae-woo

Department of Mechanical Engineering 13

I recommend a course called ‘Techno Business’ that I took last summer. As a student in the Engineering College, I have always taken courses for my major and had no time to take any other liberal arts courses. Since start-ups have been one of my interests for a long time, I took this course. The ‘Techno Business’ course was very interesting and fun because we formed teams and studied together. It was usually held in a way where each team thought about ideas and presented them, while other classmates gave feedback. Our team had an idea about selling muzzles for dogs, and I got an A plus with favorable comments. I still keep in touch with one of the teammates and maintain a good friendship. It is highly recommended for students who are interested in starting a business in the future.

















Stephanie Schwartz

Division of Business Administration

I would like to recommend ‘Management of Global Corporations’ from the Business College. Although this course can have both likes and dislikes, it all depends on the style of the lecturer. In my case, I really liked the professor. I was able to focus more on what he said due to his professional and fluent English. At first, when I saw the professor, I thought he only taught liberal arts classes. However, later on, I found out that he was also very famous in Korea through a video of his interview on YouTube. If you are an international student in the Business College who is concerned about which classes to take, I recommend the course ‘Management of Global Corporations’ by this witty professor, to which unfortunately, I cannot remember the name of.

















Park Hye-jeong

Department of Sociology 15

I recommend Professor Kim Sang-hak’s course,  ‘Social Psychology’, which was one of my major courses. Every week the topic of the lecture dealt with sociological psychology and it was very interesting because it did not require having a great amount of knowledge. I recommend taking this course if you want to learn more about psychology, apply the things you learned to other courses, and gain general knowledge. There were several controversial issues in school when I took the class and it was nice that I had a lot of opportunities to discuss and express my thoughts at ease, so that I could have a more realistic understanding. It is a popular course, so many students from other departments also try to take this course because of its benefits. Additionally, I highly recommend this course as I received a good grade.



Ahmet Pampal

College of Economics and Finance

I recommend Professor Seo Ji-young’s ‘Consumer Behavior’ course. She has a meticulous character, so her teaching is very copious and intensive. I like the way she teaches. She always tries to give various examples to make the students’ understanding process easier and to deepen one’s interest. Sometimes her words are difficult to understand, but it is not a problem since she povides supplementary explanations with various types of media such as pictures or videos. If you are an exchange student or an international student who often feels language barriers like me, it is a good course to take.

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