01 Jan Kyung Hee University
Kyung Hee University is a non-public, research university encompassing an academic program from kindergarten to graduate college with campuses in Seoul, Suwon, and Gwangneung, South Korea. Kyung Hee has 24 faculties, 71 departments and majors, sixty five master’s and 63 doctorate applications, eighteen skilled and special graduate schools, and 43 auxiliary research institutions. The university counts Slavoj Žižek, Jason Barker and Emanuel Pastreich amongst its renowned worldwide professors.
The university celebrated its sixtieth anniversary in 2009. In 1993 Kyung Hee obtained the UNESCO Prize for Peace Training. In 2006, Kyung Hee and the University of Pennsylvania initiated the Penn-Kyung Hee Collaborative Summertime Application and two many years later on a formal Global Collaborative with Peking, Ritsumeikan, and Moscow State universities the United Nations Division of Economic and Social Affairs and the Meeting of NGOs. Kyung Hee’s interdisciplinary bio-clinical cluster maintains one particular of the world’s primary research applications for the study of oriental medicine and its application to up to date clinical treatment in tandem with Western ways, like the world’s 1st prosperous drug-free acupunctural anesthesia demonstration in 1972. As of 2011 Kyung Hee University maintains sister relationships with 402 universities in 68 countries.
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