The shortlist of R.A.s are listed as follows. All R.A.s please contact your advisors. Results Prof. Kim Yongjune: Yoo Seulki, Seo Young Prof. Miao Yuzhe: Yang Chen, Yoo Youngseon Prof. Jin Jiafei: Lee Jayeon, Choi Saebom Prof. Chen Bo: Shin Jisoo Prof. Song Dougho: Chung Wooyoung Prof. An Yuhua: Jung Minyoung, Choi Yunhee 2. The Role of R.A : Teaching and Research Assistance 3. Work period and office hours : Sep. 1st, 2016.~Feb. 28, 2017 [6 months], 10hrs a week 4. Education program guide : Sep. 6, 2016(Tue) 15:50~15:55, Room 90208
The exam book for [Business Chinese] course is 『중국금융경제사전』(장도환·모영주 저, 건홍리서치). This book is currently available on www.kyobobook.co.kr as an e-book format. Students may prepare for your Business Chinese exam with reading materials. All of the assigned reading done before the exam next Thursday(Chapter 4).
‘Korea-China Industrial Revolution 4.0 Research Seminar Series 2017’ From March 2nd to April 13th, 2017, ‘Korea-China Industrial Revolution 4.0 Research Seminar Series 2017’ was held by Sungkyunkwan University of China (SKK GSC) at the International Hall. With the purpose of introducing an incipient business transformation, the main focus of discussions was about values of Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies and the prediction of Chinese Industrial Revolution with China Market, Fintech and the Global Management Trend. While the pace of change is unprecedented and presents challenges for industry, featuring experts talked about the social change in terms of all the integration points. SKK GSC will continue to conduct the seminars every Thursday from April 27th until June 8th.
Sungkyunkwan Graduate School of China established an agreement with Korea Institute for International Economic Policy for area studies concentrated on China. The join-signing ceremony where Dean KIM Yongjune of GSC was invited with the representatives from the other winners was held on February 24 at Seoul Press Club. This new initiative is expected to pay the way for strengthening SKK GSC’s awareness and impact as a powerhouse of Chinese studies and experts not only in Korea but also internationally. GSC is to strive to create valuable discussion and engagement around the theme of Sino-Korea Industrial Revolution 4.0 by organizing scholarly seminars with renowned guest speakers, on-site research, joint-activities with international partners.
The SKK Graduate School of China invited 12 new W-BLP students to Oak Valley from February 25 to 26 for 2017 Spring Freshman Orientation. 7 Participants were given a chance to interact with GSC faculty and the others who will start the first batch of week-end program of our school. This orientation program was organized as a part of 2017 SKK GSC Workshop which was held from February 24 to 27 to have in-depth discussion on some important issues about the program amongst GSC professors and administrators.