Daejeon Health Sciences College

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Daejeon Health Sciences College
Established 1977
President Chung Moo-nam
Address 77-3 Gayang2-Dong, Dong-Gu, Daejeon, 300-711 Daejeon, Korea, Daejeon, Daejeon,  Republic of Korea
Campus Urban(Daejeon Campus)
Website www.hit.ac.kr
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Korean name
Hangul 대전보건대학
Hanja 大田保健大學
Revised Romanization Daejeon Bogeon Daehak
McCune–Reischauer Taejŏn Pogŏn Taehak

Daejeon Health Sciences College is a technical college providing training in the health sciences in South Korea. It is located in the Dong-gu district of Daejeon metropolitan city. The college carries a maximum enrollment of about 3,700. The current president is Lee Gang-o (이강오).


The school began as Daejeon Technical School of Health (대전보건전문학교) in 1978, and gained technical-college status later the same year. Its present name was adopted in 1998.

Sister schools[edit]

The college's sister schools include New South Wales University's optics department, and South Baylor University.

See also[edit]

Coordinates: 36°21′00″N 127°27′18″E / 36.350°N 127.455°E / 36.350; 127.455