International Education Fair
Address: Unit B on 2nd Floor – DUE
71 Ngu Hanh Son Str, Danang city, VN
Ms. Thuan Ho
Mr. Phuc-Nguyen Nguyen
Ms. Tu Do
In 1914, Saint Michael’s Theological Seminary was created by Anglican Church. After the liberation of Korea from the Japanese colonial rule and the subsequent Korean War, the seminary was relocated to the present site in the south-western outskirt of the capital city of Seoul in the late 1950s. The school was reinstated in legal terms in accordance with the official policy of the higher education system in the early 1980s. Sungkonghoe University- A significant breakthrough came in the early 1990s when the school was granted an official charter of a full university status with the power of conferring degree on its own. The school has become a comprehensive university, teaching a wide range of subjects not only in Christian theology and ministry but in humanities, social sciences, electronic engineering, information technology and computer science. The move was followed by the university’s admittance to the worldwide Anglican University Cooperative Committee, giving the institution an important membership in the international Anglican higher education network. The university was increasingly considered by students, parents and educationalists to be a unique institution: open, progressive, inclusive, innovative, socially committed, and boldly experimental.
SungKongHoe University offers courses in a number of academic clusters in both undergraduate and post graduate programs.
The General Studies Program
The Theology Program
The Humanities cluster includes programs of English Studies, Japanese Studies, and Chinese Studies.
The social studies cluster includes programs of Social Welfare, Social Science, Management, and Media and Communication.
The applied science and technology cluster include programs of Multimedia Systems, Software Engineering, Information Technology and Glocal IT.
Master of Arts in Inter-Asia NGO Studies (MAINS)
THE EDUCATIONAL PRINCIPLE AND GOAL
Openness, Sharing, Service
The university is well aware that the educational principle must be accompanied by the corresponding goals so that the consensual principle can have a realistic focus.
On a more concrete level, the university has broken grounds in innovative curriculum development along the line of the above principles and goals: human rights, peace, gender studies, reunification and international development. Due to our emphasis on these subjects, the University is widely known as the ‘university of human rights and peace.’ We aim to study and find ways to contribute to the building of civil society, local community and a better Asian society on the basis of the practical frame of human rights and peace.
THE UNIVERSITY’S INTERNATIONAL NETWORK
As befitting with its educational principle, students in SungKongHoe are encouraged to think and act on beyond national boundaries. We believe that our educational goal will be accomplished when our students are genuinely open to various cultures, eagerly sharing with different peoples from around the world, and humbly serving the needs of all international communities. A sense of the one world community is an important aspect and signature character of the SungKongHoe education that the university wants to cultivate among students.
The Colleges and Universities of the Anglican Communion (CUAC) is a worldwide association of over 120 institutions of higher education that were founded by and retain ties to a branch of the Anglican Communion. The group has as its constituency such world-class institutions as Columbia University in the USA, Toronto University in Canada, and Momoyama and Rikkyo Universities in Japan. Along with its predecessor, Association of Episcopal Colleges (AEC) that consists mostly of the Episcopal colleges in the US, CUAC is committed to the promotion of cross-cultural contacts and educational programs. With institutions in all five continents, CUAC was founded for the exchange of ideas, for the development of programs among member institutions, and for our mutual support that we may better serve our students, our societies, and the world. As a global network of Colleges and Universities, the organization strives to assist faculty and students to become better global citizens in the diverse world. The membership to this global network has given the university a source of inspiration and a sense of belonging to a like-minded educational community.
Apart from the multilateral networking, the SungKongHoe University has had bilateral ties and academic collaborations with several other higher education institutions across the world. These include York St. John, Newman, and Cumbria Universities in UK; Poole, Rikkyo, Keishen Universities in Japan; St. Louis University in the Philippines; EH (Evangelische Hochschule Ludwigsburg) and PH (Ludwigsburg University of Education) in Germany; Seneca University in Canada; University of Malaya and Universiti Sains Malaysia; and universities in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China.
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