University belongs to the Education Foundation which was established in 1954, located in Daejeon, South Korea and has a long history of outstanding work in education, teaching, and training with more than 12,000 students, and 780 professors.
University is a specialized university, providing a curriculum based on practice and theory. The University has been ranked as an autonomous, top tier university by the Korean Ministry of Education. It currently boasts three international schools: International School of Business, Sol International School, and Endicott College of International Studies. Education in the International schools is conducted solely in English by renowned international professors. In addition, we have four Korean schools including College of Railroad Transportation, College of Digital Media, College of Hotel and Culinary, and College of Health and Welfare. Since the establishment of the university in 1995, University has signed more than 400 Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) with universities and institutions in more than 60 countries. Collaborative programs include joint research, dual degree, Student Exchange, and Study Abroad among other programs.
Founder Kim Jung-Woo’s clear vision and passion for education, and the tireless efforts of members of the Education Foundation have made it a solid and dynamic institution with significant contributions to Korean society. Education Foundation has established University, Technical College, Information College, Language Institute, High School, High School, Middle School, and several other institutions.
Based on the founding philosophy and ideology of Korea our goal is to strive continuously for the professions required by the global society. We cultivate creative specialists with the professional skills and creative mind to lead the global society.
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To aid a student’s self-realization, so that a student can contribute to national development through education, academic research, and community service; and to cultivate the talents necessary for each field of Korean society.
To develop foreign language skills and foster a global spirit, in order to cultivate leadership in the global era.
To learn and apply practical expertise and skills with creative fusion capabilities to lead national, industrial, and regional economic development.
To contribute to the establishment of a proper nation-state and mankind’s prosperity through the cultivation of the right personality and self-independence.
University offers two main residence facilities for international students. Sol-Geo is located on the East Campus, and the International Dormitory is located on West Campus. Both dormitories are located close to nearby shops, restaurants, subway line, and various bus routes. International students from both International School of Business, Sol International School, Endicott College of International Studies, and other Schools of share the two accommodations thus providing further opportunities to meet students from other cultures and locations. Study Levels and Options.
The International Dormitory is located on East Campus close to most classrooms and is for international Undergraduate students. In this large accommodation are both and separate sections to accommodate SIS as well as students. Because of early classes, most Culinary Arts students reside here due to the close proximity of classes, which begin earlier than most other departments. Other students reside here who wish to be closer to the main campus. Each room accommodates two students with individual beds, desks and clothing cabinets.
The International Dormitory contains the Office of Student Housing, a cafeteria, laundry facilities, and social areas. Bathrooms and showers are communal with personal toilet and shower stalls.
Culinary Arts (Institute Paul Bocuse)
Media and Communication Arts
Railroad and Transportation Management
Restaurant and Entrepreneurship
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