Cheju Halla University

Cheju Halla University is a private university in Jeju City, the principal city of South Korea's island province of Jeju-do. Originally established as a nursing school, it retains a strong emphasis on medicine, although academic programs in many other fields are now offered.

Cheju Halla University
TypePrivate
Established1966
Location, ,
33°28′34″N 126°28′32″E / 33.47616°N 126.47560°E / 33.47616; 126.47560Coordinates: 33°28′34″N 126°28′32″E / 33.47616°N 126.47560°E / 33.47616; 126.47560
WebsiteEN, CH, JP, KOR
Cheju Halla University
Hangul
제주한라대학교
Hanja
Revised RomanizationJeju Halla Daehakgyo
McCune–ReischauerCheju Halla Taehakgyo

HistoryEdit

The school began its existence in 1966 as Jeju Nursing School (제주간호학교), a three-year technical institution. It became Jeju Technical College of Nursing in 1979, Halla Technical College in 1991, and took on its present name in 1998.

2000~

  • 2013
    • Approved for operating bachelor's degree courses and Associate of Arts degree courses simultaneously for the first time in Korea.
  • 2012
    • Designated as an institution evaluation certified university (Korea Council for University College Education)
    • Designated as a Superior College for Education Capacity Strengthening Project 5 years in a row (The ministry of Education, Science, and Technology)
    • Designated as a LINC (Leaders in INdustry-university Cooperation) (The ministry of Education, Science, and Technology)
  • 2011
    • Designated as a central university for lifelong education in relation to 2011 university lifelong education activation support project (National Institute for Lifelong Education)
    • Leading college production project in overseas students Education collaborating with international industrial bodies (The ministry of Education, Science, and Technology)
    • Designated for WCC (World Class College)
    • Changed name as Cheju Halla University
    • Approved for establishing 4 year Bachelors Course in the dept. of Nursing
  • 2010
    • overseas employment agreement with Shiga Koken Hotel Association, Japan
    • An employment agreement with Jeju Tourism Organization
    • Selected as Outstanding College by the Korea Foundation for the Promotion of Private Schools
    • Host to the Jeju Free International City Cultural Tourism Academic Symposium
  • 2008
    • Operation of joint education program with Nursing School at Newcastle University, Australia
    • 2008 Excellent College for Graduate Employment Award (Ministry of Education, Science and Technology)
    • Approval for operation of bachelor's degree programs - Dept. of Tourism and Dept. of Computers and Communications Technology
    • Selected for support in providing suitable employment for graduating female students (Ministry of Gender Equality and Family)
    • Selected as the 2009 Best Career Support College(Ministry of Labor)
    • A MOU with Swiss School of Tourism and Hospitality (SSTH) to provide dual-degree program
    • A MOU with the University of Chichester to provide a collaborative education program and a dual degree program
  • 2005
    • Support for program of restructuring academic curriculum for IT majors (Ministry of Information and Communication)
    • Extension of program for supporting cultural-content organizations (Ministry of Culture and Tourism)
    • Sponsor college for New University for Regional Innovation (NURI) program (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
    • Sponsor college for Regional Innovation System (RIS) (Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy)
    • Specialized College in Generating Student Potential in Digital Content Award (Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy)
  • 2003
    • Special recognition for practicing 'simulation learning system' to enhance student capability in nursing and public health (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
    • Special recognition for nurturing experienced and professional human resources through the 'Problem Based Learning' (PBL) method (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
    • Award for Industry-Demand Structured Education System (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
    • Special recognition for excellence in hosting vocational high school open contests (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
  • 2002
    • Special recognition for the Problem Based Learning method (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
    • Excellent College for Industry-Demand Education Award (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
    • Award for Excellence in Hosting Vocational High School Open Contests (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
  • 2001
    • Special recognition for adoption of the Problem Based Learning (PBL) method (Ministry of Education and Human Resources)
  • 2000
    • Establishment of Emergency Medicine Education Center and Excellent Management Award (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)

~1999

  • 1999
    • Culinary Arts Department receives Excellence in Specialization Award (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
    • International Tourism Education Award (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
  • 1998
    • School name changed to Cheju Halla College
    • Nursing and Health Care Personnel Education Award (Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development)
  • 1991
    • School name changed to Halla Junior College
  • 1985
    • Campus moves to 1534 Nohyeong-dong, Cheju City
  • 1982
    • Ownership transferred to Halla Foundation
  • 1972
    • Government Authorization for Cheju Nursing Junior College Cheju Nursing Junior College opened
  • 1973
    • Cheju Nursing Academy opened
  • 1969
    • Government authorization for the establishment of a Public Junior Nursing Academy

DepartmentsEdit

School of Nursing

School of HEALTH SCIENCES

International School of Tourism & Hospitality

School of SOCIAL WELFARE

School of INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & ARCHITECTURE

School of Equine Science

School of Arts

See alsoEdit

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