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Park Sung-Ho Present visit Beijing for Academic Exchange

Park Sung-Ho, president CNU, visited Beijing Engineering University(president Bum Baek-Won), and concluded scholarship interchange agreement between CNU and Beijing Engineering University. Especially, both universities agreed to interchange 2 students from each university every year. Students study and get credits in their major from interchange university. Also University gives them a dormitory room at first, and free on tuition fee and entrance exam. And both university agreed to dispatch professors, to help increase studying project, to hold seminar or attend the other university seminar, to create short term studying program , and to enlarge plan to make professors teach at the other university.

Beijing Engineering University was founded in 1960 and graduated 83,000 students. It is one of the universities which are famous for holding a number of foreign students in Beijing. CNU students can experience internship in China. President CNU, Park Sung-Ho visited Cheong-do and met boss of Jung Hyo-Khuen, president association of Koreans in China. And they conclude interchange agreement about internship. They agreed to support a program in which students get a job in China. It is intended for growing CNU students as a Korea-China economic staff. Also for continuous development, CNU conclude about more concerted mutual effort, making project for each others development, and positive participation program of each member, with organization and enterprise related association of Koreans in China.

Hwang Dong-Hyun  Ssams5@changwon.ac.kr

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