Seoul Women's University (SWU) is a private university in Nowon District, Seoul, South Korea. The university comprises five colleges and is a doctorate degree-granting institution. The school was founded in December 1960 by the Presbyterian Church of Korea. The original idea was conceived in the 1920s, but permission was not granted by the Japanese governor at the time. In the late 1950s, the Presbyterian Church of Korea secured US$150,000 by raising funds at an American conference. In its first few years, Seoul Women's University only had two main buildings. Dr. Hwang Kyung Koh served as the first president of the university. More information...

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