Students from partner university in South Korea arrive on campus
January 22, 2018
Students from King’s partner school, Kangnan University in South Korea arrived at King’s on Monday January 15, 2018. The group of sixteen students and one professor will be at King’s until February 12, 2018 for an academic and experiential program at King’s. They will participate in ESL instruction by faculty from Fanshawe College, join conversation circles led by The Write Place at King’s, and attend two guest lectures given by professors from the English department - one by Professor Patrick Morley and one by Professor Jeremy Greenway.
In addition, the visiting students are enjoying various social events including a day of snow tubing at Boler Mountain in London, an excursion to Toronto, Niagara Falls and a visit to St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market which includes a sleigh ride.
A welcome lunch was held on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 in the Vitali Lounge Extension. King’s Principal, Dr. David Sylvester and King’s Vice-Principal, Marilyn Mason, attended and gave a welcome address. King’s and Kangnan are “celebrating over 20 years of friendship and educational partnership,” says Dr. Sylvester.
King’s University College has extensive experience in providing excellent academic programs to international students. King’s outstanding reputation is based on small classes lead by excellent teachers who are renowned scholars. The wonderful teaching environment is supported with experiential learning.