Delaware State University Partners With Two Asian Institutions of Higher Education

Historically Black Delaware State University in Dover has partnered with Mokpo National University of South Korea to establish study abroad opportunities for students at both institutions. Additionally, the partnership will provide collaboration opportunities in research, teaching activities, and professional development, as well as academic programs such as applied mathematics, biomedical sciences, agriculture, business, health, and nursing.

The historically Black university also signed an agreement with Changchun University of Science and Technology in China to strengthen its English language support programs for Chinese students who come to Delaware State to study. The agreement will allow Changchun students to take English Language Institute courses at Delaware State. The HBCU will also establish English Language Institute courses at Changchun, as well as a Capstone Course for Changchun students who attend Delaware State during their senior year.

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