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  • Dec. 5, 2006
  • HIT 21962
Gwanak-gu in Seoul will be transformed into a “city of lifelong education” with the help of the Seoul National University (SNU) College of Education.
  • Nov. 30, 2006
  • HIT 21083
Recently, college entrance essay preparation is taking the nation by storm. In Korean, the Chinese characters for the word 'storm' can be read as 'wind gone bonkers.' Let us take a detailed look at Korean society, as to who in particular has lost their marbles.
  • Nov. 28, 2006
  • HIT 21428
The Afghan Embassy in Seoul said that a dental school will be built in Afghanistan with the help of Korean dentists and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
  • Nov. 28, 2006
  • HIT 23659
The design for the Seoul National University Museum is driven by the relationship of the campus to the community and serve as a link between them.
  • Nov. 24, 2006
  • HIT 22787
An annual forum of four representative East Asian universities, the BESETOHA 8th, opened in Hanoi on Nov. 3.
  • Nov. 24, 2006
  • HIT 21913
On 23rd of November (Thursday), Denmark's current Prime Minister, Anders Fogh Rasmussen visited Seoul National University to deliver a lecture entitled "Globalization Era for Asia and Europe."
  • Nov. 8, 2006
  • HIT 22436
Being the number one university on the Korean peninsula is not enough for SNU. The school's internationalization programs and world-class computer network provide students from all over the world with an education on a global level.
  • Nov. 3, 2006
  • HIT 22899
Seoul National University has been ranked 63rd in the annual ranking of top 200 universities, The World University Ranking 2006 by The Times Higher Education Supplement. It was placed 11th among 33 Asian universities on the table.
  • Oct. 31, 2006
  • HIT 22279
Natural science majors at Seoul National University take a certain pride in their developing nerdiness. Students relish how rigors of training and logic free them from some of the Confucian hierarchies.
  • Oct. 31, 2006
  • HIT 23589
Colleges and universities transferred 591 patents and technologies to private companies in 2005, up 118 percent from 259 in 2004, the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development said.