Chungkang College of Cultural Industries

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Chungkang College of Cultural Industries
청강문화산업대학
Location Icheon, South Korea
37°12′15″N 127°21′17″E / 37.20417°N 127.35470°E / 37.20417; 127.35470Coordinates: 37°12′15″N 127°21′17″E / 37.20417°N 127.35470°E / 37.20417; 127.35470
Website www.chungkang.ac.kr
Chungkang College of Cultural Industries
Hangul 청강문화산업대학
Hanja
Revised Romanization Cheonggang Munhwa Saneop Daehak
McCune–Reischauer Ch'ŏnggang Munhwa Sanŏp Taehak

Chungkang College of Cultural Industries is a private technical college in Icheon City, Gyeonggi province, South Korea. The current president is Lee Su-hyeong (이수형).

Academics[edit]

Two- and three-year programs are offered in various fields, through the divisions of Games and Animation, Industrial Design, Performing Arts, Information Communications, and Human Care.

History[edit]

The college first opened in 1996, with an entering class of 720. The entering classes have risen steadily since then, now averaging near 2,000 per year.

Sister schools[edit]

The college has sought to develop ties with four-year institutions elsewhere in the world, to allow its students to complete a four-year degree overseas. Currently ties exist with two universities: America's University of the Incarnate Word and China's Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute.

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