Located in Changwon, a modern commercial harbor city in South Gyeongnam (Kyungnam) province in Southeastern South Korea,
Kyungnam University (KU) is the oldest and largest private university in the region.
The University maintains a teaching staff of over 900 professors, lecturers, adjuncts, and instructors. Student enrollment currently stands at more than 15,000.
It comprises 7 colleges with 4 undergraduate divisions and 46 departments offering degrees at the bachelor’s level, whereas 5 graduate schools confer a variety of degrees at both the master’s and doctoral levels.
KU has a strong Industry-Academic link, undertaking research and development work on behalf of local and national industries, in partnership with numerous companies.
Our Institute for Far Eastern Studies was designated as the No. 1 University institution in the diplomatic and security sector of the Korean Top Think Tanks.
The university is looking forward to its participation in the 7th Annual Gulf Education Conference and Exhibition on 20-21st February at the University of Business and Technology (UBT), Jeddah.
The two-day Gulf Education Conference is committed to supporting global education programs through student recruitment as well as facilitating partnerships between international institutions, academies, schools, and universities with Ministries of Education from the MENA region.