Gimcheon University

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Gimcheon University
Gimcheon University Logo.jpg
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Gimcheon Daehakkyo
McCune–Reischauer Kimch‘ŏn Taehakkyo

Gimcheon University is a university located in Gimcheon, South Korea.

History[edit]

  • 1978 Founded as "Gimcheon Business Junior College" by the Shincheon Board of Directors.
  • 1998 Name changed to "Gimcheon College"
  • 2000 Selected as "The Best College of Health Science(A+)" by the MOE&HRD and Korean Council for College Edication.
  • 2001 Designed as a "Business Incubation Supporting Institution" by the Small & Medium Business Administration
  • 2002 Selected as an "Excellent Technology Supporting Institution" at the Inno-Tech Show by the Small & Medium Business Administration.
  • 2003 Kang, Sung Ae took office as the third president.
  • 2004 Selected as "The Best Group in Percentage of Employment"
  • 2005 Selected for consortium of "Industry-College Cooperation" by the Small & Medium Business Administration.
  • 2006 Designated an "Excellent College" at the National Local Innovation Show.
  • 2007 Recognized by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology to change its charter from college to university. Established the "International Language Education Center".
  • 2008 Selected as "The Best Group (Group A) in percentage of employment" by the Korean Educational Development Institute.
  • 2009 Received its charter as a university from the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.
  • 2010 Held first matriculation ceremony as Gimcheon University

International relationships[edit]

  • Curtin University of Technology (AU) 1999
  • The University of Newcastle (AU) 1999
  • Hawaii Pacific University (US) 2000
  • Yamano College of Aesthetics (JP) 2001
  • Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology (NZ) 2002
  • The College of Marjon (UK) 2003
  • Southwestern University (PH) 2005
  • Cambridge College of Heilongjjang University (CN) 2005
  • Biola University (US) 2005
  • Qingdao Binhai University (CN) 2005
  • Tashkent state Pedagogical University named after Nizami (UZ) 2007
  • Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies (UZ) 2007
  • Buryat State University (RU) 2007
  • Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service (RU) 2007
  • Taiyuan Tourism College (CN) 2008
  • Kake Educational Institution (JP) 2008
  • Liaoning University (CN) 2008
  • Yeditepe University (TR) 2008
  • Nanguo Business College (CN) 2008
  • Chengdu University (CN) 2008
  • Shandong College of Tourism & Hospitality (CN) 2008
  • College of New Caledonia (CA) 2009
  • Technical Technology Ulanngom College (MN) 2009
  • Bataan Peninsula State University (PH) 2009
  • Buntain Theological College (IN) 2009
  • Loh Guan Lye Specialists Centre (MY) 2009
  • Kathmandu University (NP) 2009
  • Orkhon University (MN) 2010
  • Baku State University (AZ) 2010
  • Nakhchivan State University (AZ) 2010
  • Southern College of Technology (TH) 2011
  • Udomsuksa School (TH) 2011
  • Arabaev Kyrgyz State University (KG) 2011
  • California State University San Marcos (US) 2011
  • Yichun University (CN) 2011
  • Bloomfield College (US) 2011


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Coordinates: 36°08′24″N 128°04′54″E / 36.1399°N 128.0818°E / 36.1399; 128.0818