Hanyang Women's University

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Hanyang Women's University
한양여자대학 (漢陽女子大學)
Former names
Hanyang Women's Vocational School (1974-1978)
Hanyang Women's Junior College (1979-1998)
Motto Dedication, Integrity, Humility and Service
Type Private
Established December 20, 1974
President Duk-Ju, Ro
Location Seoul, South Korea
Campus Urban
Athletics Women's Football
Mascot Pigeon
Website www.hywoman.ac.kr (Korean)
www.hywoman.ac.kr/english (English)
Hanyang Women's University
Hangul 한양여자대학
Hanja 漢陽女子大學
Revised Romanization Hanyang yeoja daehak
McCune–Reischauer Hanyang yŏja taehak

Hanyang Women's University is a private college in South Korea. The campus is located in Haengdang-dong, Seongdong-gu in Seoul.


The school began in 1974 as Hanyang Women's Vocational School. The school was upgraded to the status of Junior College, thus renamed as Hanyang Women's Junior College in 1978. The college was renamed as "Hanyang Women's College" in 1998.


  • Division of Technology
    • Department of Computer Science & Information Systems
    • Department of Internet Informatics
    • Department of Apparel Design
    • Department of Knit Fashion Design
    • Department of Textile Design
  • Division of Natural Sciences
    • Department of Food & Nutrition
    • Department of Food Service Industry
    • Department of Dental Hygiene
    • Department of Public Health Administration
  • Division of Humanities & Social Sciences
    • Department of Early Childhood Education
    • Department of International Tourism
    • Department of English
    • Department of Business Administration
    • Department of Tax and Accounting
    • Department of Woman Resources Development
    • Department of Japanese Interpretation
    • Department of Chinese
    • Department of Child Education & Welfare
  • Division of Arts & Sports
    • Department of Industrial Design
    • Department of Interior Design
    • Department of Illustration
    • Department of Visual Media Design
    • Department of Ceramic Arts
    • Department of Creative Writing
    • Department of Sport & Leisure Studies
    • Department of Broadcasting & Visual Image Design
    • Department of Applied Music

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Coordinates: 37°33′32″N 127°02′59″E / 37.5589°N 127.0497°E / 37.5589; 127.0497