Ewha has awarded 2,615 bachelor’s degrees, 932 mater’s degrees and 99 doctorates at the 2007 graduation ceremony held at Welch-Ryang Auditorium on February 25. The 2007 graduation ceremony also featured the graduation of the first six scholarship students from Ewha’s Global Partner Program (EGPP), all of whom successfully received their bachelor’s degrees after entering Ewha as juniors in 2006.
Out of 3,616 total graduates, three were returnees came back to Ewha after Ewha removed its 57-year-old rule forbidding student marriages. Lee Hyang-sook (’52 Korean Literature) was the oldest graduate among the three?marking her final moment at Ewha at the ripe old age of 77.While the 3,646 Ewha graduates will now be taking their first steps in society, 3,358 freshmen expressed buoyant expectations in the 2008 entrance ceremony held at Welch-Ryang Auditorium on February 22. They included 10 ambitious woman leaders from developing countries entering Ewha under EGPP scholarships. At the ceremony, an admissions oath was taken by two representative entering students who excelled in their admissions scores. Woo Sa-ra (Social Sciences, 1) and Farhana Choudhury (Molecular and Life Sciences, 1), who promised to on behalf of the entering class.