Dong Seoul College

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Dong Seoul College
Hangul
Hanja 서울
Revised Romanization Dongseoul Daehak
McCune–Reischauer Tongsŏul Taehak

Dong Seoul College is a private technical college in Seongnam, South Korea. The current president is Kwang-sup Yoo.

Academics[edit]

Two- and three-year academic programs are offered in fields such as computer-aided mechanical engineering, tourism information management, and digital IT electronics.

History[edit]

The college opened its doors in 1978, with an entering student body of 880. At the time it bore the name Daeyoo Technical College (대유전문대학). The current name was adopted in 1998.

Sister schools[edit]

As of 2003, the college had established international ties with thirteen institutions in four countries.

Public transportation[edit]

The school is located in Bokjeong-dong of Sujeong-gu in the city of Seongnam. The campus lies between Bokjeong and Kyungwon University stations, although it is slightly closer to the first one.

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