NARRATOR: Chosun University is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in South Korea. It maintains relationships with overseas universities and is becoming a central university for international exchange.
Universities are fighting to survive during the global economic downturn. Chosun University wanted to become more competitive and make its students more employable. So how could it do this? The answer involved embracing English proficiency assessments.
By requiring students to submit TOEIC scores to be considered for its scholarships or study abroad programs, Chosun University is able to select some of the best and brightest students from South Korea. Focused on improving the English proficiency of its student body as a whole, the university believes its students' competitiveness in the job market will also rise. How can the TOEIC program help your institution?
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