Since its establishment in 2001, Kyung Hee Cyber University (KHCU) has produced nearly 8,189 graduates of which many have proceeded on to graduate schools, pursuing their dream of acquiring a master’s or doctoral degree.
We offer education not only for classical creative writing but also for hypertext of the digital world. Our classes, offering both theory and practical application, focus on cultivating the knowledge and talent required for prospective writers of diverse genres: poetry, novels, critical analyses, dramas, scenarios, children’s literature, comics and games. We also provide courses related to editing and publishing, using media-based curriculum to nurture talented people to be the leaders needed in the twenty-first century.
KHCU operates an e-library that holds a total of 20,000 or more e-books, reflecting the world trend. Students are encouraged to efficiently utilize these e-books for their advanced studies or developing humanities or cultural knowledge.
The PC laboratory located at the Neo-Renaissance building is open to all enrolled students who are taking online lectures. Along with the library and other on-campus facilities, students are welcome to use the PC laboratory any time they want.
Enrolled students and graduates can receive Kyung-Hee-Family Benefits at the Kyung Hee University Medical Center and Kyung Hee University International Medical Service. Immediate family members may also enjoy the same benefits for medical services, such as MRI, Ultrasonography, Oriental Medicine, check-ups, and other treatment-related costs.
KHCU is proud of its 2.3-acre facility (the largest in South Korea) that consists of six studios, including a virtual studio for creating video lectures. This modern facility is equipped to perform simultaneous lecture recording and editing, producing resources and materials for nearly one hundred subjects and courses in a semester, truly enriching our lecture-content base. The virtual Chroma Key-equipped studio allows for unparallel video production quality, yielding maximum benefits for learning.
Joining a student organization takes up a significant part of university life in Korea. Students can share interests and hobbies while also building a broad personal network and gaining professional skills. By participating in these organizations in their free time, students can learn to be members of a society as they discover their own characters and skills. The main organizations are categorized into seven groups: performance, academic, service, athletics, religions, hobbies, and creative exhibition.
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