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Sangji University

Sangji University
(상지대학교)
Motto GENS21[1]
Established 1974
Type Private
Academic staff 222
Students 7,576
Location Wonju, Gangwon, South Korea
Campus Urban
1,694,679 square metres (418.764 acres)
Newspaper The Sangji Herald
Colors Green      and Blue     
Website sangji.ac.kr

Sangji University (상지대학교) is a private university located in Wonju, Gangwon Province, South Korea. Established in 1955, it has seven colleges and six graduate schools. Its top areas of study are Oriental Medicine (one of only 11 in the country) and Tourism. The Sangji Foundation also manages Sangji Yeongseo College and Sangji Girls Middle and High Schools.

Location

The scenic campus is located on a hill in Woosan-dong and offers a wonderful view of Mt. Chiak. Many students commute to Sangji University from Seoul, which is less than two hours away.

Facilities

  • Since 2007, the university has offered an English Cafe on campus for students to practice English.
  • The university is focused on environmentally friendly heating and cooling systems.

Notable alumni

  • Arts
    • Kang Full (or Kang Do-young) (강풀 or 강도영): Webcomic Artist

See also

References

  1. ^ Globalization, Environment, Network, Sangji, 21st Century

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