Christian College of Nursing

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Christian College of Nursing
기독간호대학
Location Gwangju, South Korea
35°08′19″N 126°54′58″E / 35.13849°N 126.91602°E / 35.13849; 126.91602Coordinates: 35°08′19″N 126°54′58″E / 35.13849°N 126.91602°E / 35.13849; 126.91602
Website www.ccn.ac.kr
Christian College of Nursing
Hangul 기독간호대학
Hanja
Revised Romanization Gidok Ganho Daehak
McCune–Reischauer Kidok Kanho Taehak

Christian College of Nursing is a South Korean technical college specialized in training for the nursing profession. The campus is located in the country's southwest, in the metropolitan city of Gwangju. The current president is Myeung-sook Koh. It enrolls about 360 students (Ministry of Education, [1]), and is affiliated with the Gwangju Christian Hospital.

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All of the college's academic offerings are related to nursing.

History[edit]

The college first opened its doors in 1967 as Supia Nursing School (수피아간호학교), with an entering class of 40 students. The college took its present name in 1998.

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