Open Cyber University of Korea

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Open Cyber University of Korea
Motto 인본주의
Motto in English
Type Private
Established 1997 (1997)
Founder OCU Consortium
President Jang, Il-hong
Undergraduates 4,810 (2018)
Location Jungnang District, Seoul,
South Korea

Open Cyber University (OCU) is a consortium of Korean universities.[2][3] It was founded in 1997 and is considered as the largest Korean academic exchange university as of 2012 with 35 member universities.[4] The organization is authorized by South Korea's Ministry of Education to offer bachelor's degree in various fields of industry.[5] It offers courses for subjects such as World English.[6]


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