KDU Signs Mou With Korean High Schools

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Salesian High School: Daisy Ong (left) and Lim Boon Wah (second from right), representatives from KDU University College together with Baek Eun Jun, Vice Principal of Salesian High School.   Gwangju Soongil High School: (From left to right) Daisy Ong and Lim Boon Wah, representatives from KDU University College, Suh Hyeon Ki, Jung Hae-Woong, Principal Gwangju Soongil High School and Alex Kim, Vice Principal Gwangju Soongil High School.   Haeseong International Convention High School: (From left to right) Lee Nam Su, teacher, Haeseong International Convention High School, Woo In-Je, Vice Principal of Haeseong International Convention High School, Jung Yoon Sik, Principal of Haeseong International Convention High School, Daisy Ong, Lim Boon Wah, representatives from KDU University College and Alex Kim, Vice Principal Gwangju Soongil High School.



KDU University College has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with three Korean High Schools as representatives from KDU University College travelled across Korea to establish a strong partnership with their counterparts recently.

Among the three Korean high schools involved were Haeseong International Convention High School, Salesian High School and Gwangju Soongil High School. This partnership is aimed to promote academic cooperation and assist in the growth of both institutions.

KDU University College has formed an understanding with its counterparts to assist recruitment drive activities and public relation campaigns in both Malaysia and Korea. Also included in this partnership is the exchange of academic knowledge or any form of intellectual properties which are deemed to be beneficial to both parties.

KDU University College in their MoU with the various high schools have also agreed on various ground-breaking ventures which will benefit both parties. The exchange of lecturers and researches will provide a new platform for new discoveries and the provision of valuable knowledge and experience to each other. Students will also be able to participate in numerous events, cultural campaigns and academic workshops, providing them a whole new learning experience.

These partnerships create a medium for both signing parties to exchange information and academic publications as well as jointly-develop cutting-edge research projects.

Looking at these partnerships, KDU University College plans to globalise its stature and provide a conducive learning experience which will indeed benefit their students.