SOOKMYUNG UNESCO-UNITWIN Program

The UNESCO-UNITWIN Program is designed to build capacities of higher education and research institutions through exchanging and sharing knowledge. Sookmyung UNESCO-UNITWIN aims to promote the International Network for “Women’s Empowerment through ICT Skills and Leadership Education”.

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Review

Teya Titiang Tiana (ICT Local Training participant) “This training has given me the new world of information and communication technology. Particularly, I realized that subjects, such as photoshop and coding are easy to learn. I would like to tell other students to participate, if they have an opportunity to participate in ...

Teya Titiang Tiana

Hak Thidameas (Leadership Local Training participant) “I think this program has helped improving the leadership capacity of all participants. Especially, when I was writing my paper before graduation, it was very useful for me to use my time efficiently and to lead my team members well. " (2017.07.31.~08.04. Royal Universit...

Hak Thidameas

Khamwene Oulalong (ICT Local Training participant) “I am sure that the knowledge and skills I have learned here so far is necessary in Laos. In developing countries like Laos, the development of the IoT sector is very important. I will share with my friends about the things I learned.” (2017.07.10.~07.14. Souphanouvon...

Khamwene Oulalong

Ella Yulaelawati, a former Director of the Ministry of Early Childhood Education Development, Indonesia “Women and children are the most marginalized and most important development factors in the society. For this reason, I feel the need of expanding network between Korea and Indonesia for women and children in Indonesia th...

Ella Yulaelawati

Harris Iskandar, Director General of the Ministry of Education and Culture, Inonesia “The UNITWIN program of Sookmyung Women's University responded to the strategy of empowerment for women and children in Indonesia and emphasized the necessity of linking with the development of their own female competencies and communit...

Harris Iskandar

Sengdeuane Lachanthaboune, Minister of the Ministry of Education and Sports Lao PDR “I would like to express my gratitude towards Sookmyung UNESCO-UNITWIN program. I promise to cooperate and support the program with the expectation that it will have a positive impact on strengthening the Lao Women’s capacity in the fu...

Sengdeuane Lachanth

Mr. Robert Parua, Education Specialist at the UNESCO Beijing Cluster Office “I think the uniqueness of a Sookmyung’s initiative, or coordination and leadership of the UNITWIN program has been the focus on women empowerment. It is a very critical issue in many countries and in developing countries from what we call pol...

Mr. Robert Parua