St. George’s University has signed an agreement with Uiduk University, Republic of Korea, creating an avenue for students and academic staff to study and work together via reciprocal exchange programs.
The broad-ranging agreement between the two institutions confers a number of benefits to both, including:
- The exchange of professors, graduate students, researchers, administrative staff members, and academic information
- The exchange of undergraduate students for both curricular and extracurricular activities
The organization of joint research programs, including for publication in academic and professional journals
- The organization of joint academic conferences, workshops, and meetings
These provisions make way for St. George’s and Uiduk to develop comprehensive exchange and cooperation programs, providing opportunities for international study for students and faculty at both universities.
“This agreement strengthens our global network of higher education institutions and furthers our mission to be a truly international University,” said Dr. G. Richard Olds, President of St. George’s University. “We look forward to welcoming students and faculty from Uiduk University to our campus.”
Uk Heon Hong, PhD, President of Uiduk University, said “I am pleased to have overseen the beginning of a new relationship between Uiduk and St. George’s University, and hope that this continues for many years to come. This agreement allows for broad cooperation in a number of areas, which will serve to enrich the academic experience for our students and staff.”