Baewha Women's University
|Location||Seoul, South Korea
|Baewha Women's University|
|Revised Romanization||Baehwa Yeoja Daehak|
|McCune–Reischauer||Paehwa Yŏja Taehak|
Baewha Women's University is a private Christian university located in Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea. Enrollment fluctuates around 1,350, and is restricted to women. Courses of study are offered in interpretation (English, Japanese and Chinese), traditional cuisine, clothing, business management, secretarial studies, e-commerce, nutrition, early childhood education, and applied information processing.
The school was founded by the Baewha Educational Foundation, in 1977. The foundation's roots are much older, however; it was established in 1898 by the American Methodist missionary Josephine Eaton Peel Campbell.
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