Cheongju University

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Cheongju University
Established 1947
Type Private
President Kim Yoon Bae
Location Cheongju, North Chungcheong, South Korea
36°39′10″N 127°29′43″E / 36.65265°N 127.49539°E / 36.65265; 127.49539Coordinates: 36°39′10″N 127°29′43″E / 36.65265°N 127.49539°E / 36.65265; 127.49539
Website www.cju.ac.kr
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Cheongju Daehakgyo
McCune–Reischauer Ch'ŏngju Taehakkyo

Cheongju University is a private university located in Cheongju City, the capital of North Chungcheong province, South Korea. The current president is Kim Yoon Bae.

Academics[edit]

Undergraduate studies at the university are divided among eight colleges: Economics & Business Administration, Law, Humanities, Science & Engineering, Education, Arts, Social Sciences, and the Evening College (which offers part-time evening instruction in diverse subject areas). Graduate programs are provided through five graduate schools: Higher Education, Industrial Engineering, Public Administration, Business Administration, and Education. In addition, several research institutes operate on the campus. These include the Research Institute of Industrial Management, the Industrial Science Research Institute, the Information and Communication Research Center, and two business incubators: the Technology & Business Incubator and the Internet Business Incubating Center.

History[edit]

The school opened its doors as Cheongju Commercial College (청주상과대학) on June 6, 1947. It became simply Cheongju College in 1951. It gained university status in 1981. A second campus was constructed near the first one in 1989.

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