College Students from 13 Countries Gathered at DHC Campus



Daegu Health College (DHC / President Dr. Nam, Sung-hee) hosted global leadership camp, inviting college students from 13 countries to exchange Korean culture and global leadership during summer break.  A dental company and students from Myanmar and Philippines were provided K-dental and K-food field trainings following the global leadership camp.

42 college students from 13 countries including Canada, Taiwan, Malaysia, Vietnam, China, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines and Korea joined the camp hosted from 12th through the 19th.


Participants were grouped into a team of 2 overseas and 1 Korean student and each teams spent most of their time together.  Teams mixed their members for each programs allowing students to get to know everyone from around the world.

The theme of this year’s leadership camp was “cultural diversity : stimulus, understanding, and growth”.  Student participants enjoyed guest speakers’ lectures, group discussions on various global issues, learning Korean culture with K-POP dance and Korean food.  Students also visited tourist attractions in Daegu and Busan.  On the 17th, participants spent meaningful time at a rehabilitation center in Dong-gu, Daegu by volunteering to help the disabled and taking a tour of the facility.


Jessica Fisher (24 / female) is a participant from Canada.  “I now have thorough plans and purposes on global leadership.  I am also motivated with my career plans and future studies thanks to the global leadership camp.”

K-dental and K-food field training were provided to the staff from a Myanmar dental technology company and 2 groups of students from Philippines.  They have previously completed the DHC online study contents and visited DHC for a follow-up field training.  Raon Company is a dental technology company in Myanmar – their CEO and staff (5 of them) received a week of dental technology field training from 15 July.  15 students from hotel management, Far Eastern University Philippines received cooking lessons as part of DHC K-food program.  Students learned how to cook bibimbap, kimchi, bulgogi, seafood pancake, japchae, and Kimbap.



DHC’s e-learning contents, the K-Edu programs, include K-wedding, K-food, and K-dental.  These contents have been key to DHC’s success in attracting international students – production and consistent updates with local familiarization, along with strenuous promotions to the overseas universities and institutions, have paid off duly.

Director of international exchange, professor Kim, Gyeong-yong (53 / department of social welfare) said “I will continue to vitalize international cooperation programs so we enjoy more international students visiting us and turn DHC into a global campus.”

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