Chungwoon University

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Chungwoon University
청운대학교
Location , South Korea
36°34′50″N 126°39′40″E / 36.58063°N 126.66125°E / 36.58063; 126.66125Coordinates: 36°34′50″N 126°39′40″E / 36.58063°N 126.66125°E / 36.58063; 126.66125
Website www.chungwoon.ac.kr/english
Chungwoon University
Hangul 청운대학교
Hanja
Revised Romanization Cheongun Daehakgyo
McCune–Reischauer Ch'ŏngun Taehakkyo

Chungwoon University is a private university in western South Korea. The campus is located in Hongseong County in South Chungcheong province. The current president is Kim Hui-jung (김희중).

Academics[edit]

Undergraduate offerings are divided among the divisions of Humanities, Technology, and Arts.

History[edit]

The university first opened in 1995. The graduate school was opened in 1997.

Sister schools[edit]

Ties exist with schools in China, Vietnam and the United States.

See also[edit]

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