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Some information about Kyungpook University of Information Technology, Korea

Kyungpook University of Information Technology is one of the ten largest universities in Korea in the field of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science training with 02 faculties with 10 research centers. The school has 05 buildings with an area of ​​36,992m2, the size of 4.500 students, 122 lecturers, 42 managers. In addition, Kyungpook University of Information Technology is one of the leading research and education centers in information technology with research projects ahead of its time, high-quality graduates, and official accreditation. The government provides funding to support training as well as scientific research.

The University has close partnerships with National and International research institutes, training programs associated with Industry and extensive cooperation with international research institutes.

Kyungpook University of Information Technology is the best educational institution in promoting regional economy and industries among 21 educational institutions in Korea – 2010 (Korea National Human Resource Development Center). National Information Technology).

Legality of the partnership program

  • Decision on approving the project of joint training at university level under the 2 + 2 method between Thai Nguyen University of Industrial Technology and KuyongPook National University, Korea in 2013.
  • Memorandum of Understanding between the two schools signed on September 21, 09

Career opportunities

With an Engineering degree in Electronic Engineering, you can work in virtually any related field you desire. Graduates can work at companies and enterprises in electronics, computers, telecommunications, universities, colleges, and research institutes such as:

  • Working as a technical specialist in factories, foreign joint venture companies (SAMSUNG, CANON, SANYO, TOYOTA...).
  • Teaching theory and practice to engineering students in English at colleges, universities and professional schools.
  • Working as an English teacher in high schools, colleges, universities and professional schools.
  • Working as an interpreter for foreign companies, organizations, individuals and collectives.
  • Translated for newspapers, science and technology magazines.

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