SMN students fly to Korea for exchange program

SMN students fly to Korea for exchange program

by Lorenz Visco on February 18, 2015 - 4:41 pm

A group of students from the School of Management are headed to South Korea to study at Hallym University for their spring semester.

Third year MScM student Rochelle Camille Pestrado and third year BSBA students Jose Alvaro Malig, Isabella Mangulabnan, Korina Robles and Anna Karenina Tesoro have been accepted for a student exchange program in Hallym University located in Chuncheon, Gangwon, South Korea.

hallym-university-logo3Labeled by South Korea’s Ministry of Education as a “distinguished university” for three years in a row, Hallym University is one of the few educational institutions supported by the ministry for their specialization programs. Focusing on globalization to keep up with international trends, Hallym University have partnerships with 85 universities in 23 countries, including the University of Asia and the Pacific in the Philippines.

The group will leave on February 24, 2015 and will be attending classes during the spring semester from March until June. They will fly back just in time for the first semester of school year 2015-2016.

 

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