Ewha celebrates 10th anniversary of EDIS
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Ewha celebrates 10th anniversary of EDIS
  • Ewha Voice
  • 승인 2011.05.08 17:37
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DIS was established in 2001, as the nation’s first college in the field of international studies. It was introduced in Ewha after the successive result of the Ewha Graduate School of International Studies, which was inaugurated in 1997.

After Ewha’s kick off, other universities founded colleges to broaden the study of international relations. Korea University, Yonsei University, Kyunghee University and Hanyang University are following Ewha’s footsteps.

Under the curriculums of DIS, students are to study collective subjects that are divided into three different concentrations including business and economics, international law and diplomacy, and Asian studies. Considering its broad scope of learning, DIS is regarded as one of the most globalized fields of study available to college students nurturing them to be the leaders in the international community.

In 2007, DIS was displaced under Scranton College in the same year it was established. Scranton College, which was named after the founder of Ewha Mary F. Scranton, comprises two different sections: the Scranton Honors Program and DIS. The Scranton Honors Program provides wide-ranging interdisciplinary courses. Scranton College pursues “to train students to be experts in global society.”

To commemorate its 10th anniversary, DIS is holding celebration events in LG Convention Hall on May 20. The commemoration will be held at 4:00 p.m., followed by a homecoming event at 6:30 p.m. for current students and alumnae.

“I am very proud to be a part of the history and tradition of DIS,” said Jang Sol-beet (International Studies 2), “I hope Ewha DIS continues to thrive.”

subjects that are divided into three different concentrations including business and economics, international law and diplomacy, and Asian studies. Considering its broad scope of learning, DIS is regarded as one of the most globalized fields of study available to college students nurturing them to be the leaders in the international community.

In 2007, DIS was displaced under Scranton College in the same year it was established. Scranton College, which was named after the founder of Ewha Mary F. Scranton, comprises two different sections: the Scranton Honors Program and DIS. The Scranton Honors Program provides wide-ranging interdisciplinary courses. Scranton College pursues “to train students to be experts in global society.”

To commemorate its 10th anniversary, DIS is holding celebration events in LG Convention Hall on May 20. The commemoration will be held at 4:00 p.m., followed by a homecoming event at 6:30 p.m. for current students and alumnae. 

“I am very proud to be a part of the history and tradition of DIS,” said Jang Sol-beet (International Studies 2), “I hope Ewha DIS continues to thrive.”


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