Kyungbok University

Introduction - Where the youth resides, Where the dreams come true

1999~1997 1999~1997 image 1999~1997 image 1999~1997 image

1999~1997
Aug. 3, 1999 Lee Bo-Ryeong, the fourth president, took the office
May. 1, 1999 Selected as the specialized College getting financial supports from the Ministry of Education
March. 5, 1999 The 8th entrance ceremony (2,933 freshmen)
Feb. 11, 1999 Feb. 11, 1999 The 6th graduation ceremony (1,626 graduates)
Nov. 19, 1998 Increased the quota of departments and established new
departments by approval
Increased quota of departments :
Skin Care Department (40 students)
Newly established department :
Occupational Treatment Department (80 students)

Oct. 7, 1998 Selected as the good university in the self-rescue effort evaluation in 1998
Sep. 15, 1998 Selected as the university for the educational innovation promoting the specialization in the best specialization programs
June. 1, 1998 Changed the school name as "Kyungbok University"
May. 18, 1998 Designated as "International Tour Conductor Education Center" by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism
March. 2, 1998 The 7th entrance ceremony (2,877 freshmen)
Feb. 13, 1998 The 5th graduation ceremony (1,354 graduates)
Nov. 8, 1997 Increased the quota of departments and established new
departments
Increased quota of departments :
Computer Information Department (80 students),
Industrial Design Department (40 students),
Tourism Department (40 students),
Management Department (80 students),
Music Department (40 students)
New Departments : Skin Care Dept. (160 students),
Tax Accounting Information Dept. (160 students),
Administration Dept. (160 students)
Serialization of departments : Integrated the computer calculation
dept. and office automation dept. into the computer information
department

Oct. 23, 1997 Selected as the good college for the free quota system in 1998 by the Ministry of Education
March. 4, 1997 The 6th entrance ceremony (2,240 freshmen)
Feb. 21, 1997 Kim Sang-Ho, the 2nd president, took the office
Feb. 14, 1997 The 4th graduation ceremony (1,044 graduates)