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Dong-eui University

995 Eomgwangno Busanjin-gu Busan View map
South Korea


Home to nearly 23,000 students, Dong-eui University is a leading private university located in Busan, South Korea, the country’s second most-populated city after the capital Seoul. Well known for its teaching in engineering and Korean medicine, Dong-eui University opened in 1979 as a four-year college with just 400 students.

Over the last 40 years, Dong-eui University has grown to encompass 10 colleges (College of Humanities, College of Law and Government, College of Commerce and Economics, College of Natural Sciences, College of Korean Medicine, College of Human Ecology, College of Engineering, College of Visual Image and Information Technology, College of Art and Design, College of Sport Science) and six graduate schools.

Away from the classroom, the university also enjoys a stellar reputation in intercollegiate sports and athletics. It is particularly well-regarded for its baseball, men's soccer, men's judo and fencing teams. The baseball team has especially enjoyed a significant amount of success, with four national championship titles.

University Highlights

Total faculty staff - 805


Total faculty staff - 805

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