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The Office of International Affairs hosts special lecture by Zhong Hong-nuo, the Chinese Consul General of China to Korea
Writer 국제교류팀 최지영
Date 2023.12.28
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On November 29, Dr. HanSeung Cho, Associate Vice President for International Affairs, and the Office of International Affairs invited Mr. Zhong Hong-nuo, the Chinese Consul General of China to Korea, to give a special lecture on ‘voice phishing scam prevention’ for Chinese students at DKU.

Over 250 Chinese students studying at Dankook attended the special lecture that covered topics such as the various types of voice phishing scams recently targeting Chinese students in Korea, examples of voice phishing claiming to be the Chinese Embassy in Korea, and prevention against drug-related crimes. Consul Zhong also introduced useful information for students such as the Consulate-General’s help center and details on possible job opportunities.

“This lecture was prepared in hopes that the Chinese students in Korea complete their studies successfully. I sincerely look forward to you enjoying your time at Dankook University,” said Consul Zhong.

Currently, there are a total 1,145 Chinese students enrolled at Dankook with 619 in undergraduate programs and 526 studying at our Graduate School.

The Office of International Affairs offers international students various programs including an early adaptation program in partnership with the Ministry of Justice’s Migration Research and Training Center, foreign language (English, Chinese) support at the Dankook Counseling and Mediation Center, Crime Prevention Training in cooperation with the Gyeonggi Seobu Provincial Police, and special lectures on employment opportunities tailored to foreign students in Korea.

International students with outstanding Korean proficiency are also awarded various scholarships. In addition, the office helps them adjust to studying in Korea by assigning global PD professors and mentors to international students to support them and provide tutoring in each of their majors.