Multiple Faculty and Student Support and Research Centers open on Mason Day

  George Mason University (GMU) Korea opened its Academic Resource Center, Career Development Center, and the Center for Collaborative Research and Funded Project on May 26. Respectively, the three new centers will support students with their studies, supervise internship opportunities and job fairs as well as employment, and support the research activities of GMU Korea’s Read more about Multiple Faculty and Student Support and Research Centers open on Mason Day[…]

Joyce Msuya from World Bank Group Korea Delivers Lecture on Mason Day

  Special Representative Joyce Msuya of World Bank Group (WBG) Korea delivered a lecture at George Mason University (GMU) Korea on May 26. As a part of the school’s annual event, Mason Day, the WBG representative presented on the topic of “Higher Education for Development” to GMU Korea students. Special Representative Msuya’s lecture shared her Read more about Joyce Msuya from World Bank Group Korea Delivers Lecture on Mason Day[…]

Seoul Economics Daily Interviews President Steven K. Lee

  George Mason University (GMU) Korea President Steven K. Lee said that youth should gain diverse experiences on an international scale, especially when it is difficult to secure a job in Korea. In an interview with Seoul Economics Daily on May 25, President Lee said that GMU Korea will soon establish a program whereby students, Read more about Seoul Economics Daily Interviews President Steven K. Lee[…]

GMU Korea Students to Visit Headquarters of the United Nations

  George Mason University (GMU) Korea students will visit the World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) for a week to experience the system of an international organization. Including undergraduates from GMU Korea, students from 16 universities in Korea will travel to New York as a group. The students will meet diplomats and UN officials Read more about GMU Korea Students to Visit Headquarters of the United Nations[…]

GMU Korea to Develop Ties with Korean Universities

  George Mason University (GMU) Korea President Steven Lee recently visited several Korean universities including Sungkyunkwan University, Sookmyung Women’s University, University of Seoul, and Konkuk University. GMU Korea aims to build better relationships and partnerships with local universities. Through one-on-one meetings with each university’s leadership officials, the institutions intend to provide diverse experiences to the Read more about GMU Korea to Develop Ties with Korean Universities[…]

Students Grow and Learn as Global Leaders at GMU Korea

  George Mason University (GMU) Korea President Steven Lee said in an interview with U.S. Korea Times that the strength of GMU Korea is that the students can experience diversity throughout university life. “Students take courses and engage with people not only in Korea, but also in the U.S. where they meet people from all Read more about Students Grow and Learn as Global Leaders at GMU Korea[…]

GMU Korea Differentiates Itself from Korean Universities

  Top foreign universities in Songdo are gaining more popularity as high school students interested in getting jobs overseas are increasing. George Mason University (GMU) Korea student Seri Park said that she enrolled in GMU Korea because the university’s character is different from that of Korean universities. She said: “GMU Korea students study is based Read more about GMU Korea Differentiates Itself from Korean Universities[…]

GMU Korea and Ewha Womans University to Establish Partnership

George Mason University (GMU) Korea President Steven Lee and Ewha Womans University (Ewha) Acting President Deok-su Song met on April 28. The two universities agreed to develop student and faculty partnerships between their campuses. In the meeting between GMU Korea and Ewha, the two school heads discussed future plans including student exchange programs, research collaborations Read more about GMU Korea and Ewha Womans University to Establish Partnership[…]

GMU Korea adds two new programs including “Conflict Analysis and Resolution”

George Mason University (GMU) Korea’s new Bachelor’s degree program “Conflict Analysis and Resolution” and Master’s degree program “Systems Engineering” were approved by the Ministry of Education. Conflict Analysis and Resolution (CAR) is a unique and highly sought after program, and the first of its kind in East Asia. CAR incorporates theory, research, and practice needed Read more about GMU Korea adds two new programs including “Conflict Analysis and Resolution”[…]

Youth from Donghae City to receive a global education at GMU Korea

George Mason University (GMU) Korea signed an MOU with Donghae City, located in Kangwon province, to widen the range of local middle school and high school students studies on a global scale. Signed on April 18, the MOU establishes that GMU Korea will provide opportunities for international exchange to Donghae City students. GMU Korea will Read more about Youth from Donghae City to receive a global education at GMU Korea[…]