During the visit, the ambassador met with KIST President Dr. Lee Byung Gwon and a group of Ukrainian students, the press service of the Ukrainian Embassy in Korea said in a press release.
"The parties discussed possible ways of cooperation following the provisions of 2019 Memorandum between KIST and the Ministry of Education of Science of Ukraine singed on February 26. The possibility of enhancing cooperation in teaching Ukrainian students was discussed," the report reads.
The ambassador got acquainted with the scientific base, leading developments and achievements of KIST.
To date, 15 students from Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute and Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv graduated from KIST School, 20 students enrolled (5 for Ph.D., 11 for Masters and 4 for Interns).
KIST was established in 1966 to develop and promote Korean science and technology.
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