UC Signs MOU with Inha University

Continuing its effort to build strong relationships with other universities, the University of Cambodia (UC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Inha University on October 22, 2010, in the UC Conference Center. Inha University is located in Incheon, the Republic of Korea, and consists of 12 undergraduate colleges and nine graduate schools.

Continuing its effort to build strong relationships with other universities, the University of Cambodia (UC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Inha University on October 22, 2010, in the UC Conference Center. Inha University is located in Incheon, the Republic of Korea, and consists of 12 undergraduate colleges and nine graduate schools.

“UC and Inha are linked together by intellectual commonality, and both universities strive to develop the next generation of great scholars and leaders in our countries,” stated Dr. Kao.

Mr. Peter Tan Keo, Vice President for Strategy, Development, and International Cooperation, also spoke at the MOU signing ceremony and expressed excitement about the partnership.

“In signing this MOU,” Mr. Keo said, “the University of Cambodia and Inha University will engage in academic cooperation through research and study to advance learning. In our collective efforts, we are profoundly interested in propelling young minds to become leaders among leaders.” Prior to the official signing of the MOU, Professor Kim shared his enthusiasm about the partnership and expressed hope that each university could learn and grow from the other’s experiences.
Professor Kim signed the MOU on behalf of Inha University alongside Dr. Kao,

who signed on behalf of UC. The five main objectives of the MOU between UC and Inha University are as follows: 1. Encourage faculty exchanges from
one university to the other; 2. Facilitate the admission of qualified students to enroll in undergraduate and graduate programs; 3. Promote international understanding
by student exchanges and research collaboration, with particular regard to Media and Communications; 4. Foster exchange of academic publications and scholarly
information; and 5. Promote other activities that enhance the above-mentioned goals.

 

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