Université de Rennes 1 and Chung-Ang University in Seoul, Republic of Korea, sign a cooperation agreement

The start of a new academic collaboration between the two institutions.

Professor David Alis, UR1 and Professor Jun Hyun Hong, Chung-Ang University

Université de Rennes 1 and Chung-Ang University in Seoul, the Republic of Korea, signed a cooperation agreement on 27th June 2017 at the International Affairs Department, with Professor Jun Hyun Hong, Vice President of International Affairs at Chung-Ang University, Mr Dong-Il Jeff Jang, Programme Coordinator in the Office of International Affairs at Chung-Ang University, Professor David Alis, President of Université de Rennes 1, Professor Pierre van de Weghe, Vice President in charge of international relations, Dr Annie Soriot, Director of the International Affairs Department, Professor Laurent Bironneau, Director of the IGR-IAE Graduate School of Management and Dr Marc Gaugain, Director of International Affairs at the IGR-IAE Graduate School of Management.
 

Members of the delegation at the International Affairs Department - Standing: Professor Pierre van de Weghe, Vice President in charge of international relations, Dr Marc Gaugain, Director of International Affairs at the IGR-IAE Graduate School of Management, Professor Laurent Bironneau, Director of the IGR-IAE Graduate School of Management, Dr Annie Soriot, Director of the International Affairs Department.
Seated: Professor David Alis, President of Université de Rennes 1, Professor Jun Hyun Hong, Vice President of International Affairs at Chung-Ang University.

 This agreement is the start of a new academic collaboration between the two institutions including student exchanges in the field of management with the IGR-IAE Graduate School of Management at the Université de Rennes 1. A collaboration in research in the field of management is also being envisaged.

Université de Rennes 1 and Korea

The relationship between Korea and Université de Rennes 1 is relatively recent but has developed significantly over the last 5 years, most particularly in the fields of management and economics. The university currently has bilateral agreements with 5 Korean universities, including a double degree in management with Ajou University.

In research, the university cooperates with several institutions and is part of two international research groups (GDRI), Funmood and Namis within the Rennes Institute of Chemical Sciences. Both incoming and outgoing student mobility is growing thanks to cooperation agreements.

We very much welcome this agreement which opens the way to a promising future of new collaboration possibilities with Chung-Ang University.
 

Chung-Ang University international brochure