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Sejong University was found in 1940 and currently stands in Gwangjin District, eastern Seoul. The university is located near Konkuk University, and the two often get together to host joint festivals and open joint student clubs. One of their annual festivals is the Gwangjin War, having students go against each other in sports and games and getting its name because of the area the two schools are located in. The school has a division of international studies, although not all courses are taught in English. Students can choose between Korean and English classes, with some courses under the division's English language and literature department offered in English. Instead, the school offers the English Track program for seven majors — global business administration, global public administration, global hospitality and tourism management, global computer engineering, global media and communication, global applied music and global economics — in which students can take courses fully conducted in English.
About Sejong University
Fee Average annual tuition fee: KRW 7,891,300
Address: 209, Neungdong-ro, Gwangjin District, Seoul Tel: 02-3408-3114
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