Cheju Halla University

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Cheju Halla University
Type Private
Established 1966
Location Jeju City, Jeju-do, South Korea
33°28′34″N 126°28′32″E / 33.47616°N 126.47560°E / 33.47616; 126.47560Coordinates: 33°28′34″N 126°28′32″E / 33.47616°N 126.47560°E / 33.47616; 126.47560
Website EN, CH, JP, KOR
Cheju Halla University
Hangul 제주한라대학교
Hanja
Revised Romanization Jeju Halla Daehakgyo
McCune–Reischauer Cheju Halla Taehakgyo

Cheju Halla University is a private university in Jeju City, the principal city of South Korea's island province of Jeju-do. Originally established as a nursing school, it retains a strong emphasis on medicine, although academic programs in many other fields are now offered.

History[edit]

The school began its existence in 1966 as Jeju Nursing School (제주간호학교), a three-year technical institution. It became Jeju Technical College of Nursing in 1979, Halla Technical College in 1991, and took on its present name in 1998.

2000~

  • 2013
    • Approved for operating bachelor's degree courses and Associate of Arts degree courses simultaneously for the first time in Korea.
  • 2012
    • Designated as an institution evaluation certified university (Korea Council for University College Education)
    • Designated as a Superior College for Education Capacity Strengthening Project 5 years in a row (The ministry of Education, Science, and Technology)
    • Designated as a LINC (Leaders in INdustry-university Cooperation) (The ministry of Education, Science, and Technology)
  • 2011
    • Designated as a central university for lifelong education in relation to 2011 university lifelong education activation support project (National Institute for Lifelong Education)
    • Leading college production project in overseas students Education collaborating with international industrial bodies (The ministry of Education, Science, and Technology)
    • Designated for WCC (World Class College)
    • Changed name as Cheju Halla University
    • Approved for establishing 4 year Bachelors Course in the dept. of Nursing
  • 2010
    • overseas employment agreement with Shiga Koken Hotel Association, Japan
    • An employment agreement with Jeju Tourism Organization
    • Selected as Outstanding College by the Korea Foundation for the Promotion of Private Schools
    • Host to the Jeju Free International City Cultural Tourism Academic Symposium
  • 2008
    • Operation of joint education program with Nursing School at Newcastle University, Australia
    • 2008 Excellent College for Graduate Employment Award (Ministry of Education, Science and Technology)
    • Approval for operation of bachelor's degree programs - Dept. of Tourism and Dept. of Computers and Communications Technology
    • Selected for support in providing suitable employment for graduating female students (Ministry of Gender Equality and Family)
    • Selected as the 2009 Best Career Support College(Ministry of Labor)
    • A MOU with Swiss School of Tourism and Hospitality (SSTH) to provide dual-degree program
    • A MOU with the University of Chichester to provide a collaborative education program and a dual degree program
  • 2005
    • Support for program of restructuring academic curriculum for IT majors (Ministry of Information and Communication)
    • Extension of program for supporting cultural-content organizations (Ministry of Culture and Tourism)
    • Sponsor college for New University for Regional Innovation (NURI) program (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
    • Sponsor college for Regional Innovation System (RIS) (Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy)
    • Specialized College in Generating Student Potential in Digital Content Award (Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy)
  • 2003
    • Special recognition for practicing 'simulation learning system' to enhance student capability in nursing and public health (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
    • Special recognition for nurturing experienced and professional human resources through the 'Problem Based Learning' (PBL) method (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
    • Award for Industry-Demand Structured Education System (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
    • Special recognition for excellence in hosting vocational high school open contests (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
  • 2002
    • Special recognition for the Problem Based Learning method (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
    • Excellent College for Industry-Demand Education Award (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
    • Award for Excellence in Hosting Vocational High School Open Contests (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
  • 2001
    • Special recognition for adoption of the Problem Based Learning (PBL) method (Ministry of Education and Human Resources)
  • 2000
    • Establishment of Emergency Medicine Education Center and Excellent Management Award (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)

~1999

  • 1999
    • Culinary Arts Department receives Excellence in Specialization Award (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
    • International Tourism Education Award (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
  • 1998
    • School name changed to Cheju Halla College
    • Nursing and Health Care Personnel Education Award (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
  • 1991
    • School name changed to Halla Junior College
  • 1985
    • Campus moves to 1534 Nohyeong-dong, Cheju City
  • 1982
    • Ownership transferred to Halla Foundation
  • 1972
    • Government Authorization for Cheju Nursing Junior College Cheju Nursing Junior College opened
  • 1973
    • Cheju Nursing Academy opened
  • 1969
    • Government authorization for the establishment of a Public Junior Nursing Academy

Departments[edit]

School of Nursing

School of HEALTH SCIENCES

International School of Tourism & Hospitality

School of SOCIAL WELFARE

School of INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & ARCHITECTURE

School of Equine Science

School of Arts

See also[edit]