Dong-pusan College

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Dong-pusan College
Hangul
동부산대학교
Hanja
東釜山大學校
Revised RomanizationDongbusan Daehakgyo
McCune–ReischauerTongbusan Taehakkyo

Dong-Pusan College is a private technical college in Busan, a major city in South Korea. It employs about 65 instructors.

Academics[edit]

The college offers technical instruction in the fields of business, tourism, computers, design, welfare and childhood, and health.

History[edit]

The college opened in 1979 as Dongnae Girls' College (동래여자전문대학). It became coeducational in 1996 and adopted its current name in 1998.

Sister schools[edit]

The college maintains international exchange ties with three institutions: Russia's Novosibirsk Conservatory, Australia's University of Tasmania, and Japan's Beppu University.

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