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CAU and MOME Explore Opportunities for Cooperation―Student Exchange and Joint Research

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Chung-Ang University and Moholy-Nagy University (MOME) in Hungary explored opportunities for cooperation, such as student exchange and joint research.

On April 25th, a delegation from MOME, including President József Fülöp, Réka Matheidesz (CEO), Hedvig Harmati (Head of the Doctoral School), Kinga German (Head of Art and Design Management studies), Györgyi Falvai (Head of Internationalisation), and Viktória Szabó (Head of Animation MA) visited our Seoul campus. Our university’s officials, including President Park Sang-Gue, Executive Director of Office of International Affairs Kwon Hyungil, Dean of College of Arts Kim Seung-Il, Dean of Graduate School of Advanced Imaging Science, Multimedia & Film Park Jin Wan, Professor of Game Contents & Animation major Kim Hee Seon, and Head of International Affairs Team Shin Joong Bum welcomed the MOME delegation, which visited the campus to further strengthen exchange with our university in the Executives Conference Room on the 3rd floor of Hall 201.


During the visit, the MOME delegation received a presentation from Professor Kim Hee Seon of the Game Contents and Animation major regarding our university's College of Arts, which has been leading the K-Culture.

Professor Kim introduced the College of Arts' schools, departments, and research fields to the delegation. He also expressed his gratitude for the longstanding relationship between the two universities and expectations for future exchanges and mutual development.


Following the discussions, the MOME delegation completed their visit with a campus tour organized by the International Affairs Team.


President József Fülöp expressed his hope for various exchanges and collaborations between the two universities in the future, including joint research on new material development.


President Park Sang-Gue said, “I am filled with anticipation for the future development of both universities. I hope that today's visit will lead to more active exchanges with MOME."