Kyung Hee Cyber University

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Kyung Hee Cyber University
Motto Democratization of School, Ideas, and Living
Established 2001
School type Private
President Inwon Choue
Location Seoul, South Korea
Campus Urban
Enrollment 12000 undergraduate,
5700 graduate
Mascot Lion
Homepage www.khcu.ac.kr
Korean name
Hangul 경희사이버대학교

Kyung Hee Cyber University (KHCU) (Korean:경희사이버대학교) is a Korean online university.[1] As of 2012, Kyung Hee Cyber University had 11,295 enrolled students.[citation needed] KHCU has 232 faculty members among five schools and 19 departments.[citation needed] KHCU was evaluated as 2007 Best Online University by the Ministry of Education of Korea.[citation needed]

Based on the founding philosophy of creating a civilized world, Kyung Hee Cyber University has the 60-year tradition of the Kyung Hee University system. Since opening its doors in March 2001, it has been seeking peace for humanity and restoration of academic authority by harmonizing research, education and practice.

Beginning with Hanoi University of Vietnam in 2004, Kyung Hee University entered into international exchange agreements with Ulaanbaatar University of Mongolia, Consortium of four Universities in the Philippines, the National Association for Korean Schools of the US, Delhi University of India and Srinakharinwirot University of Thailand.

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Coordinates: 37°35′41″N 127°03′11″E / 37.5948°N 127.0531°E / 37.5948; 127.0531