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KMU chosen as an innovation sharing university for fostering new digital technology talent 


 Keimyung University has been selected as the "Digital New Technology Talent Development and Innovation Sharing University Project" by the Ministry of Education and the Korea Research Foundation. The "Digital Innovation Sharing University Project" is a new Korean version of the New Deal that will train 100,000 key talented in the new technology fields from 2021 to 2026. In particularly, Keimyung University has been selected as a participating university in the field of future automobiles and media. Therefore, in cooperation with consortium universities, the government will promote the establishment of a shared university system and the development of high-quality, step-by-step curriculum in order to train human resources in various fields. President of Keimyung University, Synn Ill-hi said, "I think this project is a very important project across the country, by fostering new technology talent who will be responsible for the future. Keimyung University will also do its best to cooperate with various participating universities to make the project a successful one.”