Update : 2019.03.11  Mon  No : 500
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HUFS Contributes to Community’s Education

A collaborative English program organized by HUFS and Seoul's Dongdaemun Ward office began its three-month curriculum course for residents of the ward, where the University is located, on Sept. 3.

The program, known as HUFS Local Residents' Academy, has been held in the regular semesters since 2011. It is an opportunity for HUFS’ neighbors to receive advanced and quality English education at a reasonable tuition fee of 50,000 won (US$44.54).

In the course, the 18th of its kind, participants are to take English conversation classes as part of their efforts to acquire linguistic fluency that befits the current of globalization. Classes are divided into three groups, depending on the levels of enrollees, in order to enhance the effectiveness and quality of the program.

The program has been directed by the professors of the Dept. of English Literature and Culture, and the number of applicants has always exceeded the preestablished quota.


2018.09.03  No : 496 By An Kwan-ho ssk01144@hufs.ac.kr
Trial and Error
The Ills of Overinflated Mi
Learning English Through Re
Secrets of Climbing the Cha
Placement System: For Whom
Haste Makes Waste
Proposed Registration of Me
Trial and Error
Learning English Through Revision
A Cartoon
Haste Makes Waste
Proposed Registration of Menstrual Cycles Evokes Controversy
CDTS Discusses S. Korean Diplomacy in Indo-Pacific Region
HUFS, CUFS Sign Cooperation Agreement
HUFS Receives Favorable Evaluation from QS
HUFS Professor Orchestrates Nation’s English Academia
HUFS Contributes to Community’s Education
Division of Media and Communication Strives for Media Education
HIMUN Holds Model U.N. General Assembly to Mark 60th Anniversary
HUFS Discussion Team Wins National Debate Championship
HUFS Inks MOU with Dongdaemun Ward for Students’ Mental Care
Institute of Russian Studies Explores Siberia Kolyma
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Placement System: For Whom Is This Policy Intended?
Improving the Problems of Common Hearing Aids
How About You
You Can Call Me Lee: A New Name for the HUFS Library
Cover Story
The Ills of Overinflated Minimum Wage
News Briefing
Round Talk
PUREUM Fights for Us and HUFS
In-depth on Culture
Secrets of Climbing the Charts
Culture Trip
Countercharging Pain with Art, Niki de Saint Phalle
One Lady Who Dreams of Digital Nomads
Photo Essay
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