Ajou Motor College

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Ajou Motor College
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Aju Jadongcha Daehak
McCune–Reischauer Aju Chadongch'a Taehak

Ajou Motor College, formerly Daecheon College, is a private technical college in Boryeong, near the seacoast of South Chungcheong province, South Korea. It employs about 100 instructors. The president is Jeong Tae-yong (정태용), who has served in that capacity since the school's foundation.

Academics[edit]

Academic offerings are divided between the division of Automotive Machinery and that of Internet Information (which also includes departments such as cuisine and leisure studies).

History[edit]

The college opened in 1995 as Daecheon Technical College (대천전문대학). It was established by the Daewoo Educational Foundation, which is affiliated with the Daewoo conglomerate. At the time, training was provided for about 400 students in automotive and electronic fields. The current school name was adopted in September 2004.

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Coordinates: 36°24′13″N 126°34′45″E / 36.4036°N 126.5793°E / 36.4036; 126.5793