A KOREAN university has tapped UST to provide English language training to Korea nursing students.

Thirty female students of Gyeongju University in South Korea will undergo an English language proficiency program for three months at the College of Nursing.

The memorandum of agreement was signed by Vice Rector Fr. Pablo Tiong O.P. and Gyeongju University president Soonja Lee last Sept. 20.

The program is part of the 2011 Autumn Semester project of the “7+1 Semester Abroad” program of Gyeongju University that will run from Sept. 19 to Dec. 9.

Meanwhile, 12 senior Nursing students from UST were selected to participate in the student exchange program with Fudan University in Shanghai, China for exposure to various healthcare settings.

About 20 students from China are expected to arrive in UST on January next year, project coordinator Elizabeth Cortez said. Rafael L. Antonio

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