Prof. Changhoon Lee, Assoc. Prof. JiHyeon Song, and Dr. Sung Kyu (Andrew) Maeng, of the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department from Sejong University in Korea, visited Delft on 21 May to discuss strategic partnership possibilities with UNESCO-IHE.
Ideas for collaboration include developing a joint MSc programme, staff and student exchanges, online programmes and tailored refresher seminars for policy makers in the region. A formal agreement for collaboration between the two institutes was signed by Prof. András Szöllösi-Nagy, Rector of UNESCO-IHE and will be signed also by Prof. Woo-Hee Park, President of Sejong University.
About Sejong University
Sejong University is a private university located in Seoul, Republic of Korea. The history of Sejong University dates to 1940 when a trust established the Kyung Sung Humanities Institute. In 1978, the academy was named Sejong University in honor of Sejong the Great, the fourth king of the Chosun Dynasty and overseer of the Korean alphabet Hangeul.
Sejong University has nine colleges and nine graduate schools: College of Liberal Arts, College of Social Sciences, College of Social Sciences, College of Business Administration, College of Hospitality and Tourism Management, College of Food Science and Biotechnology, College of Electronics and Information Engineering, College of Engineering, and College of Arts and Physical Education.
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