- Promotion of opportunities for internships and Korean language training courses at the Australian Embassy

Duksung Women's University-Australia Embassy Agreement Sign 1 photo (Photo courtesy of Duksung Women's University)
Duksung Women's University-Australia Embassy Agreement Sign 1 photo (Photo courtesy of Duksung Women's University)

Duksung Women's University (President Kun-hee Kim) held an agreement on mutual cooperation with the Australian Embassy in Korea on the 2nd floor of the university headquarters building at 4 pm on April 27th (Wednesday).

Through the signing ceremony on the same day, the two organizations decided to expand exchanges between Duksung Women's University and Australian universities, provide opportunities for the Australian Embassy internship program for Duksung Women's University students, and provide opportunities to practice Korean language courses for Australian students participating in the Korean language teacher training program.

Kun-hee Kim, President of Duksung Women's University, said, "I expect that the Australian Embassy will play a bridging role so that our students can have various opportunities to study abroad through deep and many exchanges with Australian universities." I hope that there will be a greater interest in Australia and Australian education.”

Meanwhile, the signing ceremony was attended by Duksung Women's University President Kun-hee Kim, Director Lee Won-jeong, External Relations Director Woo Jung-min, and Professor Jung Ju-hee. 

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