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FEFU will cooperate with the leading Korean university

Far Eastern Federal University and Kennam University (Republic of Korea) have concluded a cooperation agreement. The document was signed by rectors of universities Sergey Ivanets and Mr. Pak Jae Gyu within the framework of the III International Conference of APEC on Cooperation in Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific Region, which is being held on September 12 on the FEFU campus on Fr. Russian.

Bilateral relations between Russian and Korean universities intend to develop through joint research projects, exchanges of students, teachers and researchers, the organization of lectures, scientific seminars and symposia, the press service of the university reports.

Korean universities are our long-term partners. We have developed stable and fruitful relationships with many of them. FEFU and Kennam University are also linked by many years of personal and work contacts, which have now acquired an official format, - said the rector of the Far Eastern Federal University Sergei Ivanets.

The rector of Kennam University, Mr. Park-Jae Gyu, said that his university, with 1989, was nurturing plans to establish official relations with Far Eastern State University, which later became part of the Federal University. The agreement, according to Mr. Pak, will serve the development of cooperation between universities and will play an important role in strengthening good neighborly relations between the two countries.

Victor Gorchakov, Chairman of the Legislative Assembly of Primorsky Krai, wished the rectors successful implementation of the plans. He took part in the meeting. The speaker of the regional parliament called it symbolic that the agreement was signed during the celebration of the 150 anniversary of the beginning of the resettlement of Koreans to Russia. The anniversary date is widely celebrated in Primorsky Krai, including various thematic events at FEFU.

Kennam University is located in Changwon and is one of the largest private universities in the Republic of Korea. Every year, the university graduates more than 3 000 students, due to which in 2009 it took the first place in the ranking of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology of the Republic of Korea. The university consists of six colleges and 22 faculties, which are master's, doctoral and undergraduate programs. The team has over 900 professors, teachers, researchers.

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