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2002~present
  • Industry-academic cooperation and leading university of Gyeonggido, Korea
2013
  • Signed government-academic cooperation agreement with Seongbuk-gu, Seoul, on education and library system
2012
  • Hanshin Glocal Culture Education Center appointed as the trusted social enterprise for University-led After School Program by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology
  • Singed academic-industrial cooperation agreement with the Korea Food for the Hungry International
  • Appointed for Internship Support Program for the College Students for the second half of 2013 (30 students)
  • Signed Official Development Assistance (무엇) with KOICA (Korea International Cooperation Agency)
2011
  • Awarded as the beneficiary of the Gyeonggi Pre-Employment Major Program Support Program
  • Acquired the Accreditation for Higher Education by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology and Korean Council for University Education
  • Appointed as the beneficiary of the Youth Internship Program and Youth Job and Career Support Program by the Ministry of Labor
2010
  • Appointed as the partner institute of the Osan City Sustained Child Care Program
  • Appointed to join SME Internship Support Project by the Small and Medium Business Administration
2009
  • Signed government-academy cooperation agreement with Gangbuk District Office, Seoul
  • Selected as the “Top University” in university faculty evaluation by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology
2008
  • Participated in IT NEXT project by the Ministry of Information & Communications
  • Invited to join an employment support and expansion project by the Ministry of Labor
  • stablished Center for Peace & Public Values, Local Development Center, HRD Center
2007
  • Signed an agreement to build KT Wibro U-Campus Signed Government-Academic Agreement with Osan City
  • Participated in local development academy in Gyeonggido (~2009)
  • Established mid-to-long term development plan (Hanshin Vision 2020)
2006
  • Participated in an IT education competitiveness upgrade project by the Ministry of Information & Communications
  • Invited to join IT-related departments’support program by the Ministry of Information & Communications
  • Selected as the industrial family institute by Small and Medium Business Administration
2005
  • Awarded as the beneficiary of a support project for engineering school reform by the Ministry of Commerce, Industry & Energy
  • Awarded as the beneficiary of a support project for IT department curriculum renewal by the Ministry of Information & Communications
  • Recognized for close control of research budget allocated by National Research Foundation of Korea
2004
  • Accredited in the 2nd overall university evaluation by the Ministry of Education & Human Resources
2003
  • Set Hanshin Vision 2010 on long-term development strategy
2002~1997
  • Rise as an educational reform leader
2002
  • Invited to join IT departments’ support project by the Ministry of Information
2001
  • Selected as a leading university of educational reform for two years in a row by the Ministry of Education and Human Resources
1997
  • Selected as a leading university in overall evaluation by the Ministry of Education
1980~1996
  • Growth into a progressive university
1992
  • Renamed “Hanshin University”
1991
  • Expanded School of Natural Sciences & Engineering
1990
  • Celebrated 50th anniversary
1986
  • Issued statement on the national situation to protest dictatorship of the Fifth Republic
1985
  • Established general graduate schools
1981
  • Opened Osan Campus
1980
  • Newly launched as "Hanshin Institute"
1939~1980
  • Foundation and tradition of social engagement
1975
  • Established the tradition of resisting military dictatorship and suppression by the Ministry of Education, which ordered a school layoff.
1973
  • Faculty and students shaved their hairs to protest military dictatorship
1958
  • Opened Sooyuri Campus
1954
  • Acquired approval to open a graduate school
1951
  • Renamed "Korea Theology College"
1948
  • August, Obtained approval for the establishment of the Chosun Theology Institute Supporting Association - Obtained approval for the establishment of the Chosun Theology Institute Supporting Association
  • Jin Jeong-ryul inaugurated as the first chair of the board of trustees
1947
  • July, The family of Jin Jeong-ryul, residing on Geoje Island, Gyeongsangnam-do, donated the property to the school.
  • Chartered as a university.
1940
  • "Chosun Theological Seminary" opened in the Seungdong Church in Insa-dong, Seoul
1939
  • Chosun Theology Institute Supporting Association" organized by the founder Kim Daehyun