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MBA students unhappy about high tuition
More than half of the students taking MBA courses in Korea say they are dissatisfied with the exorbitant tuition, while their satisfaction level with the overall programs edged up slightly.
| 2010-12-23 19:07
EMBA is for executive seekers
When it comes to Executive MBA or EMBA, many Koreans believe the programs are for executives in their 40s and 50s, who want to merely build networks with other high-ranking businessmen. However, it is different story for the MBA School at Sungkyunkwan University or SKK Graduate School of Business (SKK GSB).
| 2010-12-22 18:56
High school to open for children from immigrant families
The education authorities will open the nation’s first public high school for children from underprivileged immigrant families in Seoul in March, 2012.
| 2010-12-21 20:17
Songdo global campus project stalls
The Songdo Global Campus project in the Incheon Free Economic Zone (IFEZ) is up in the air as many planned overseas campuses have indefinitely delayed or canceled the opening of their schools. The campus zone was supposed to begin operations from last September but was postponed to next year.
| 2010-12-21 20:12
Volunteer civil defense corps to be established
The government will create a new civil defense unit comprised of volunteers as a measure to boost the nation’s defense capability amid growing cross-border tensions.
| 2010-12-20 17:07
Drunken driver kills two pedestrians, injures four
A car driven by an intoxicated driver hit a group of people who were waiting for a taxi in southern Seoul, leaving two dead and four others injured, police said Friday.
| 2010-12-17 19:32
English kindergarten suspended over rotten food
An English kindergarten in southern Seoul, has been suspended from running their educational business after it had allegedly fed rotten food to children, causing them to suffer from stomachaches, vomiting and rashes for months.
| 2010-12-17 19:30
Korea to foster 20 world-class colleges
The government announced Friday an ambitious plan to nurture 20 vocational colleges into world-class schools and help at least three universities join the ranks of the global top 30.
| 2010-12-17 19:24
TOEFL Junior helps students choose books
The organizer of the TOEFL test for children will provide test takers with additional information as guidelines to help them choose appropriate books and study material.
| 2010-12-16 19:26
J.J. Mahoney’s at the Grand Hyatt Seoul hosts “Snow in J.J.’s” party on select evenings in December to celebrate the holiday season.
Travel & Food
| 2010-12-16 17:21
Scientists find green way to turn CO2 into fuel with sunlight
Kim Jong-un's rejection of Russia's food assistance irritates North Korean defectors
Opposition party in turmoil as leader could be arrested on Tuesday
Korea boosts subsidies to rev up falling EV sales
Foreign employees rewarded for contribution to Korea's shipbuilding industry
Russia lodges protest to S.Korean envoy over Yoon's UN speech
Lawmakers want to grill business tycoons over decision to rejoin FKI
Gov't reviews changing description of Fukushima wastewater
'Songpyeon' for low-income families
Big insurers up for sale, but financial conglomerates appear disinterested
More than 2,800 killed by earthquake in Morocco
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