Kyrgyzstan keen on sending students to South Korea university

Meeting (Kabar)

Ambassador Dinara Kemelova and Professor Sanggi Mi during their meeting (Kabar)

Bishkek: Cooperation between universities in Kyrgyzstan and Konkuk University in South Korea topped the talks between Dinara Kemelova, Kyrgyzstan’s ambassador to Korea, and Professor Sanggi Min, President of the University of Konkuk.

Kemelova presented a request to assist in the provision of scholarship for Kyrgyz students at this university, KABAR news agency reported.

She also tabled the possibility of training specialists in the fields of agriculture, health care and international relations.

The meeting also discussed the possibility of creating a joint Kyrgyz-Korean medical center, the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic reported.

Konkuk University is among the top 10 higher education institutions in the Republic of Korea. There are 58 research institutes, 16 colleges and 13 higher schools at Konkuk University. In addition, there is a medical clinic at South Korean University.

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