A group of students of the Turkmen International University for the Humanities and Development became the holders of a government scholarship of the Republic of Korea for young people from Central Asian countries.
They completed a five-week study program at the country's three leading universities - Konkuk, Kungung and Kemen, where they gained valuable experience in university training in accordance with international standards. The main goal of this educational program is to identify future leaders who can contribute to the modern development of society and strengthen friendship between the Republic of Korea and the countries participating in this initiative.
Among students - holders of a government scholarship of the Republic of Korea, a student at the Faculty of International Economics of the International University of Humanities and Development, Shemshat Durdyeva, also studied at Korean universities. She spent a month at Konkuk University, studying international management. According to her, studying at a Korean university gave her an unforgettable experience, because Korean students independently choose their subjects and build a curriculum, and classes here are organized in the form of seminars, which are traditionally held in the format of active discussions.