Korea’s Agro Cooperative University to offer scholarship for Myanmar students

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The image captures a group photo of Ambassador U Thant Sin, University Principal Mr Son Byung Hwan and officials.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has reported that a Myanmar student specializing in agricultural studies will be granted a scholarship by the Nonghyup Agricultural Cooperative University of the Republic of Korea. The decision follows a meeting between Myanmar Ambassador to Korea U Thant Sin and Principal of the Nonghyup Agricultural Cooperative University, Mr Son Byung Hwan, on 9 April in Gyeonggi Province.
The discussion covered geographical positioning, the agricultural sector, and Yezin Agricultural University of Myanmar. Also addressed was the Seamaul Undong new village movement project, formulated bilaterally by Myanmar and Korea, along with the potential scholarship award for Myanmar students specializing in agricultural subjects to facilitate human resource development in Myanmar’s agricultural sector.
The principal of the Nonghyup Agricultural Cooperative University also provided insights into the university’s history, curriculum, and international collaborations and confirmed the scholarship for a Myanmar student. The Ambassador, along with military attachés (Army, Navy, and Air), and education diplomats, visited the smart farms implemented on the campus the Nonghyup Agricultural Cooperative University, as stated in the report. — ASH/TMT

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