Dongkang College

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Dongkang College
Hangul 동강대학
Hanja 東岡大學
Revised Romanization Donggang Daehak
McCune–Reischauer Tong'gang Taehak

Dongkang College is a private technical college in the Buk-gu district of Gwangju metropolitan city, in southwestern South Korea. The current president is Kim Kyong Taek (김경택). About 110 instructors are employed.

Academics[edit]

The college offers technical training in the fields of technology, humanities, social science, home economics, and education.

History[edit]

The school was founded by Lee Weon Myo (이원묘) as Kwangju Dongshin Vocational School (동신실업전문학교). It opened its doors in 1976, with a student body of 320. The school became a junior college in 1979. The name Dongkang College was adopted in 1998.

Sister schools[edit]

The college has entered into international exchange relations with institutions in Taiwan (Damsui Technical and Commercial Junior College) and the United States (Washburn State University and Dongguk Royal University).

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