KMU graduates’ association president preparing to deliver scholarships Awarding a scholarship to a student Celebrating a successful fellowship presentation ceremony
Attendees entering the multimedia room in New Bauer Hall. Excellent students being awarded prizes. The head of the Video & Animation Department giving a congratulatory address.
Popular instructor explaining PowerPoint infographics. Students attending a lecture about making infographics.
●Viola Koegst from GermanyI interviewed Viola Koegst. She is from Germany and an exchange student at Keimyung University. This interview focused on the higher education system and university culture in Germany. 1.Why are you interested in Korea and Keimyung University?I wanted to get to know the more developed side of Asia. I applied to several partner universities in Japan and Korea, and my home university chose me to take part in the exchange program with Keimyung University. I found it exciting to go to a country where tradition and high-tech are so close together, but I tried to come here…
There are a variety of activities held in the International Lounge to promote understandingof diverse cultures from around the globe. The activities give students in KMU a chance toshare cultures and enhance the global awareness of both Korean and international students.The events are Culture Week and International Day.Culture Week will be held eight times in fall semester, and each week will last for twoweeks. During Culture Week, the International Lounge will be decorated with pictures andartwork that are representative of the culture to make the Lounge look like the specific culture. Cultur
Approximately 2,500 students of various nationalities live in dormitories at Keimyung University and eat meals in the one cafeteria that serves them. The cafeteria that serves the dormitories is located in a corner of campus far from a gate, so it’s easy to eat at the cafeteria and a little difficult to eat off campus. Despite the convenience, many students complain about the dormitory food service system and the food. First, the dormitory meal system is inconvenient and unfair. Keimyung University has only one housing system, which includes a full meal plan provided in the dormitory cafeteria
Visual Communication Design student’s graduation work “Lullaby” Visual Communication Design student’s graduation work “MODlife” Visual Communication Design student’s graduation work “Candle”
Department of German Language and Literature professor talking about German reunification Students watching the presentation Presentation in the International Lounge on September 28