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Cooperation Agreement signed between KAIST and University of Oxford​
View : 6069 Date : 2013-05-20 Writer : ed_news

On April 6th, a Cooperation Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), including the exchange of students between two universities, was signed by KAIST and University of Oxford on April 6th.

In the MOU, KAIST and Oxford agreed to achieve mutual development through cooperation, such as joint research programs and the exchange of professors and students.

President Sung-Mo Kang stated, “This agreement will be the start of close cooperation between the two universities, and I will continue to endeavor to expand the relationship.”

Andrew Hamilton, the president of Oxford University replied, “I am well aware of the excellent quality of teaching and research of Korean students and KAIST. I hope the cooperation between KAIST and Oxford will achieve exchange at diverse levels.”

President Hamilton taught chemistry at the University of Pittsburgh and Princeton University and also served as the vice-president of Yale University. Having experience of teaching a KAIST student before, he has high praise for the ability of KAIST students. 


The President of the University of Oxford, Andrew Hamilton (left), and the President of KAIST, Sung-Mo "Steve" Kang, shake hands in acknowledgement of signing the Cooperation MOU.

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