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UNITWIN Programs

Handong UNITWIN Fellowship

The principal objectives of the Cooperation Programs are:
  • To develop trainings in research and documentation of activities in the field of sustainable development
  • To develop joint education programs involving MBA students
  • Establishing long-term cooperation among partner universities for global leadership in business, management, information technology and law
Program Introduction
Handong UNITWIN Fellowship Open CourseWare(HUF OCW)
The purpose of Handong UNITWIN Fellowship is to share the lecture materials and teaching methods
with participating professors and to make courseware open to the public to increase the access
to quality educational materials for everyone, including those who are not privileged to enjoy formal education.
Next Generation Entrepreneurship Training(NGET)
NGET is a program to help build the capacity for sustainable development among developing countries in the fourth
industrial revolution era. Its purpose is to help the people acquire an entrepreneurship mindset in developing countries –
that nourishes and sustains their development capacities of their nations.
Holistic Community Development Program
Holistic Community Development is a way to fulfill the needs of the local community
through sustainable development from all of the residents by utilizing local resources(Stan Roland 2005).
This program is not only meant to provide the local society’s basic needs but also to help
creating a balanced social environment where the understanding of humanity is highly valued.
Start-up Incubating Program
Start-up Incubating and Development Program is a program aiming to develop and spread
localized appropriate technology which could provide solutions to the problems.
The purpose of this project is to elevate the local community’s standard of living and
to strengthen the local university’s knowledge in technology.
Urban Improvement Program
The main objective of this program is analyzing the current urban environment to improve living conditions
of the local community and improve research ability of local research institutions and ministries.
We dispatch a research team with 3 to 4 professors or experts and 5 to 7 students
to urban areas of developing countries to analyze and provide solutions to poverty,
lack of housing, environmental pollution to improve urban environment in developing countries.
HGU and partner institutions often jointly organize seminars to share their research results about
urban environment policy, affordable housing policy, and redevelopment of downtown area.
Joint Education Program
Joint Education Program was initiated with universities in developing countries such as
Cambodia, Nepal, Myanmar, Mongolia, Uzbekistan, Malaysia and Philippines to raise local experts
who can contribute to socio-economic development of their countries with global perspective.
This program aims to share knowledge managing higher education programs and jointly develop
the learning contents and curriculum for education. The final goal of the program is to embrace sustainability
and independency to manage the programs in partnership universities located in developing countries
so that their competency and capacity can continue to grow independently.