Dong Seoul University

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Coordinates: 37°27′34.78″N 127°7′46.35″E / 37.4596611°N 127.1295417°E / 37.4596611; 127.1295417

Dong Seoul College
Established 1976
President Kwang-sup Yoo
Location Seongnam, South Korea
Dong Seoul University
Hanja 서울
Revised Romanization Dongseoul Daehakgyo
McCune–Reischauer Tongsŏul Taehakkyo

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


The school is located in Bokjeong-dong of Sujeong-gu in the city of Seongnam. The campus lies between Bokjeong and Kyungwon University stations.

Departments and Divisions[edit]

There are 24 departments and 2 divisions offered by the Dong Seoul College which are Aerospace, Automobile & Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Information Control, Digital Electronics, Information And Communication, Computer Software, Architecture, Computer Information, Broadcasting & Media, Interior Design, Horology And Jewelry, Game Contents, Tourism, Practical Art, Industrial Design, Visual Communication Design, Fashion Design, Child Care & Education, Beauty Coordination, Silver Welfare, Airlines Service, Business Administration, Chinese Business, Sports Science, Acting, Applied Music and General Education.[1]


Dong Seoul College was established in 1976 with 4 departments and 880 students.[2]



Je-Suk Institution for Education was founded with Park Duk Son as the first Chief Director. The first matriculation ceremony was held with 880 new students, the Building One and Two were completed and Park Yeou Soon was inaugurated as the first president. The Student Press was launched during these years.[3]


The first commencement ceremony was held with 625 graduates. During these years the Broadcasting Studio, Computer Center, Building Three and Five, Administration Building were completed. The Student Guidance Center was opened and the Institute of Industrial Technology was established.[3]


The name of the insititution for Education was changed to Hak-San. Building Six, Seven and the Hak San Library were completed in these years and the Student Union Building was opened. In 1998, the Language Teaching Center was established and the College names was changed to Dong Seoul College.[3]


Dong Seoul College established sisterhood relationship with Zhejiang University Of Technology in China and a partnership was formed with Shenyang Ligong University of China. In 2008, the College established sisterhood relationship with Dalian University in China. During these years Dong Seoul College was selected as part of the Plan for the Development of Regional Human Resources by the Ministry of Labor, Plan for Industry-Academia Cooperation by Seongnam City, Plan for Youth Internships for SMEs by the Ministry of Labor and as part of the Plan for the Improvement of Educational Capability by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.[3]


Dong Seoul College was selected as a Class A University for the College Brand Support Project and as an excellent university for the project of the Improvement of Educational Capabilities.[3]

Sister Universities[edit]

There are total of 21 sister universities.[4]


  1. Yantai Nanshan University
  2. Hebei Normal University
  3. Shenyang Ligong University
  4. Shenyang University of Technology
  5. Zhejiang University of Technology
  6. Dillian University
  7. Capital University of Economics and Business
  8. Shenyang University


  1. Kake Educational Institution
  2. Shobi University
  3. Kurashiki University of Science and the Arts
  4. Chiba Institute of Science
  5. Kibi International University
  6. Kyushu University of Health and Welfare


  1. Long Island University
  2. College of the Desert
  3. Hawaii Pacific University
  4. University of Guam


  1. Queensland University of Technology
  2. Newcastle University
  3. Bond University

Notable people[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Dong Seoul University Divisions & Departments". Retrieved 24 September 2015. 
  2. ^ "Dong Seoul University Overview". Retrieved 24 September 2015. 
  3. ^ a b c d e "History". Retrieved 24 September 2015. 
  4. ^ "Sister Universities". Retrieved 24 September 2015. 

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