Changwon National University

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Changwon National University
Established 1969
Type Public
Academic staff 304
Students 15,000
Location Changwon, South Korea
35°14′44″N 128°41′31″E / 35.24558°N 128.69192°E / 35.24558; 128.69192Coordinates: 35°14′44″N 128°41′31″E / 35.24558°N 128.69192°E / 35.24558; 128.69192
Website www.changwon.ac.kr
Changwon National University
Hangul 창원대학교
Hanja
Revised Romanization Changwon Daehakgyo
McCune–Reischauer Ch'angwŏn Taehakkyo

Changwon National University is a public institution of higher education located in Changwon, an industrial city in the southeast of South Korea. It is home to the country's first graduate school of labor.[citation needed] The school enrolls close to 15,000 students, and employs 304 instructors as of 2004.

Academics[edit]

The university's graduate schools are divided into schools of education, administration, management, business and information, and labor. Undergraduate offerings are divided between colleges of humanities, social science, natural science, engineering, and art.

History[edit]

The school opened in neighboring Masan in 1969, as Masan College of Education (마산교육대학). Its mandate was broadened to Masan Junior College in 1978, and it became simply Masan College in 1979. At this time it had a maximum annual intake of 400 students. The school was moved and renamed in 1985, becoming Changwon National College. It became a university in 1991.

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