higher education institution in South Korea.
Inha University - Description
The Graduate School The Graduate School seeks to provide the nation with higly-motivated and well-trained professinals who are creative and competent, and work with a spirit of service to others. Graduate School of Logistics The Graduate School of Logistics (GSL) has been established to educate global logistics professionals. All programs will be provided jointly by faculty from both Inha University and overseas universities. Mord than 50 percent of the courses are offered in English. Financial support is available to students for both Master of Science in Logistics (MSLog) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.) Students will oppertunities to further their future careers by undertaking internships within the logistics industry. Graduate School of Information Technology and Telecommunications The school offers an Master degree of science and Doctor fo Pilosophy in the IT area. Four large research centers at the graduate school provide many students with the opportunities to be involved in top-level research activities and produce fruitful results for future IT areas.
Bachelor - Inha University
Inha University was founded in 1954 as an Engineering College and was established at the donations of Korean immigrants to Hawaii the name itself comes from the abbreviation of Incheon and Hawaii. Engineering is still very strong at the university with 18 engineering majors offered at Inha, but other schools and faculties including the college of Business Administration and the school of Asia Pacific Logistics have been added since. Now Inha has expanded to include more than 20,000 enrolled students, who are actively involved in study and research at 10 colleges, 2 schools. International Students are welcome to apply for undergraduate study programs offered at Inha university. Students may start their study either as a freshmen or transfer student according to their academic background and the number of school years completed. There are seperate rounds of admission procedures specifically targeting international students in order to address their different needs and experience which differ from local Korean students.