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YU and The Association of North East Asia Regional Governments signed a mutual cooperation agreement N

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  • Date : 2024.02.16 14:46
  • Publication Date : 2024.01.31
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Mutual cooperation such as training programs, global education cooperation, and invitation of excellent overseas talents, etc.

Request for Saemaul Undong education and training programs to solve various problems in Northeast Asia

[January 31, 2024]


 

<YU and The Association of North East Asia Regional Governments signed a business agreement for international community and regional development.>

(From the fifth from the left, President CHOI Oe-chool of YU and Secretary-General LIM Byeong-jin of NEAR)



 YU (President CHOI Oe-chool) and The Association of North East Asia Regional Governments (Secretary-General LIM Byeong-jin) signed a business agreement to promote international community and regional development.


At the agreement signing ceremony held in the conference room on the 3rd floor of the main building of YU at 2 p.m. on the 30th, President CHOI Oe-chool of YU, Vice President HEO Chang-deok of International Education Institute, Director LEE Jeong-ju of International Development Cooperation Institute, Secretary General LIM Byeong-jin of The Association of North East Asia Regional Governments (hereinafter referred to as NEAR), Manager YOON Seong-wook of Planning and Public Relations, and  Manager CHOI Joo-hwa of International Cooperation attended.


Through the conclusion of this agreement, both organizations will join forces for ▲ Mutual cooperation in various events such as training programs and international conferences, ▲ Local global education cooperation, ▲ Cooperation in attracting outstanding overseas talent (international students), and ▲ Mutual cooperation in relation to YU's Glocal University 30 Project.


Secretary General LIM Byeong-jin of NEAR said, “I hope that this agreement will serve as an opportunity to utilize the excellent capabilities of both organizations to cultivate talents, to contribute to national development, and to expand areas of cooperation. I hope to find solutions to various problems facing Northeast Asia through YU's Saemaul Undong training programs.”


President CHOI Oe-chool of YU said, “We expect to see a synergy effect through cooperation between NEAR, which is active in various fields with the goal of realizing shared prosperity in Northeast Asia, and YU, which is academicizing Korea’s development experience and passing it on to the world. Through today’s agreement, YU will strive to become a glocal university to contribute to the common prosperity of the international community beyond the region by actively promoting global programs, invitation of international students, and training and education programs.