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Free Guidance Counseling Is Available to International Students
Jeong Ju-won  |  juwon0511@hanyang.ac.kr
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The Hanyang University Consulting Center is planning to offer free guidance counseling to international Hanyang University students starting this fall semester. Students and faculty members who are interested can register online or can personally visit the center which is located in the 3rd floor of the Student Union building at Seoul Campus. Students can register for a oneon-one session, group session, or a cyber session.

The consulting sessions all are aimed to focus towards helping individuals understand themselves in a much more thorough way, while reinforcing positive development in one̓s personality, relationships and values. Therefore, in order to thoroughly assess the problem, a wide variety of physiological tests are offered to individuals, all which are provided free of cost.

The guidance sessions for the international HYU students starting this fall semester, will be provided in either Chinese or English by a guidance counselor that is fluent in both languages. This way the center will be able to exactly assess their problems and come up with a much more reasonable solution.  

Students are allowed to visit this center from 10a.m. to 5p.m.(9p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays). “We encourage anyone who needs guidance in any criteria what so ever to give counseling a chance,” said Lee Sungwoon, Principal Researcher.


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