The Division of International Trade was newly established in 2008 by combining the Department of International Trade, Department of Chinese Studies and Department of Japanese Studies. It consists of two majors, Korea-China Trade Major and Korea-Japan Trade Major.
Location : Rm.223, Hanul Hall
Tel : 82-2-940-5320
Fax : 82-2-940-5329
e-mail : email@example.com
- In the 21 century the world is changing faster and Asia becomes to play more important role on the international stage. Facing such dramatic changes, the business and industrial world requires versatile and enterprising professionals with multilingual skills as well as academic and practical knowledge of international economics, management, and trade affairs. The Division of International Trade, since it was established in 1981, has nurtured global leaders who play active role in the Korean business world. The Division of International Trade has developed a well-organized education program to raise enterprising professionals who adapt to the changing business environment and lead the change. Particularly, we invite international students who are eager to be business leaders or experts in economics and trade in the Northeast Asia. We provide special care to international students in order for them to be assimilated to our education program.
- 2. To produce individuals who can lead the Northeast Asian trade industries
More specifically, the Division of International Trade aims to produce competent and open-minded individuals who can analyze, develop and expand global markets with their English, China or Japanese language abilities as well as theoretical knowledge and practical experience in international economy, international business management and international trade.
Also, the Division is focused on producing talented individuals who have deep knowledge in Northeast Asian regions and the trades in those regions. To this end, the Division offers a practical curriculum divided in 3 sections; basic theoretical courses in global economy and corporation, practical courses on international trade and lastly, advanced regions studies on Korea, Chinese, Japanese economy and industries.
Majors and Studies
The students in Korea-Japan Trade Major will cultivate English and Japanese language skills, learn basic theories related to economy and trade, carry out advanced and in-depth research on Korean and Japanese regions and ultimately, get to equip themselves with insights and practical business skills for Korea-Japan trade.