Uzbek Culture Center to be opened in Korea

UZA News

The Gwangsan-gu district of Gwangju in the Republic of Korea is currently in talks with local managers from various regions of Uzbekistan. In the Samarkand region, the delegation met with representatives from the “Silk Road” International University of Tourism and Cultural Heritage to discuss potential cooperation. According to Dilmurod Nasimov, Vice Rector of the university, the dialogue with the Korean delegation covered important issues and resulted in agreements being made. The university, which has an international status, places great emphasis on building relationships with foreign partners. It currently has 3,000 students enrolled in 9 undergraduate programs and 10 graduate programs, with 62 of them being foreign students from 16 different countries. During the meeting, a Memorandum of Cooperation was signed with Honam University, located in the Gwangsan-gu district. This agreement includes the establishment of a Korean language and culture center at the “Silk Road” International University of Tourism and Cultural Heritage, and an Uzbek language and culture center at Honam University. Talks at the university also focused on utilizing existing opportunities, setting up cultural centers, and facilitating teacher and student exchanges. Park Sang Cheol, President of Honam University, shared that although it is a private university, it is supported by the state and has 9,200 students studying in 40 different areas, with a focus on management, hotel services, and tourism. He expressed confidence that the partnership with the “Silk Road” International University of Tourism and Cultural Heritage will flourish as they have similar areas of education. During their visit, the Korean guests also had the opportunity to explore the sights of Samarkand. [gallery-17039] Golib Khasanov, UzA

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