BANDUNG, TEL-U – Telkom University (Tel-U) interlaced the cooperation with three universities in Korea, that is Hanyang University, Kyungdong University, and Kyungnam University.
The cooperation agreement with Kyungnam University was signed by Rector of Tel-U, Prof. Ir. Mochamad Ashari, M. Eng., Ph.D., and President of Kyungnam University, Dr. Jae Kyu Park in Changwon, in South Korea, Tuesday (3/5).
Then the cooperation agreement with Hanyang University was signed by Rector of Tel-U, Prof. Ir. Mochamad Ashari, M. Eng., Ph.D., and President of Hanyang University, Prof. Young Moo Lee, Ph.D in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday (3/5).
With those two universities, Telkom University agreed to cooperate within the scope of lecturers exchange, student exchange, double degree / Joint Degree, exchange of academic information and publications, organization of joint research programs, organization of joint conferences, and organizing internships industry.
Meanwhile the cooperation agreement between Telkom University and University Kyungdong Telkom signed by the Rector of the University, Prof. Ir. Mochamad Ashari, M. Eng., Ph.D., and President of Kyungdong University, Prof. John Lee in Gangwondo, in South Korea, Monday (2/5).
Both sides agreed to establish the Center for Korean Language at Telkom University, double degree programs, student exchanges and faculty exchanges. (Purel / EAD)