영문본 : MOEs Leading University for International Corporation Performance Result
한글본 : [교육부 08-03(월) 조간보도자료] 교육부 국제협력선도대학 사업 성과-간호학 교재(6종), 몽골 대학 최초 국가 인정 교과서 채택
MOE’s Leading University for International Corporation Performance Result
Six nursing textbooks were adopted as first country-recognized textbooks in Mongolian universities
□ Through the MOE’s project to support the development of the Leading University for International Cooperation, six kinds of nursing textbooks were developed by the Chosun University's Nursing Department in cooperation with the Mongolian National University and adopted as a first country-recognized textbooks in Mongolian universities.
* Textbooks: Fundamentals of Nursing 1, Fundamentals of Nursing 2, Guidebook of FundamentalNursing Practice, Guidebook of Health Assessment, Nursing Ethics, and Nursing for Cancer Patients
The project to support the development of the Leading University for International Cooperation, which began in 2012, is to assist universities in developing countries to create, reorganize and systematically train human resources by leveraging the excellent resources and experiences from Korean universities.
Until now, it has produced excellent results: the establishment Material Engineering major in Ethiopia, the reorganization of the four-year Nursing program in Sri Lanka, and establishment of Special Education program for both undergraduate and master's degree in Nepal. Additionally, nursing textbooks developed by the Chosun University have been designated as the first country-recognized textbooks in Mongolian universities.
□ Director Kim Jin-hee from Chosun University who took a leading role in the development of nursing textbooks has been working to strengthen the educational capacity of Nursing Department at the Monglian National University and to support family care for late-stage cancer patients since 2017.
Nursing textbooks have been developed based on years of academic exchanges and cooperation, and since these textbooks have been designated as a country-recognized textbooks in Mongolia, students of all fifteen nursing colleges and clinical nurses at various hospitals will benefit starting next year.
MOE is planning to provide additional support for the production of e-books so that the textbooks can be widely distributed.
□ In the letter of appreciation from Minister of Health of Mongolia, H.E. Davaajantsangjin Sarangerel to Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education of the Republic of Korea, H.E. Yoo Eun-hae, stated, "The MOE's project to foster and support the Leading University for International Corporation has increased its quality of nursing curriculum of Mongolian National University to the level of international standards."
“Accordingly, nursing textbooks have also been developed to foster systematic nursing staff," Minister Davaajantsangjin explained the background of adopting the country-recognized textbooks and expressed his appreciation for continued cooperation in academic trainings and exchanges.
□ Deputy Prime Minister Yoo stated in the letter to Minister Davaajantsangjin, “It is a very meaningful achievement considering that this year marks the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Korea and Mongolia and that cooperation in health and medical sectors is highly required in light of the global pandemic."
Deputy Prime Minister Yoo also mentioned that, "We hope that educational cooperation between the two countries will continue and expand through projects to foster the Leading University for International Corporation so that the two countries will overcome the COVID-19 crisis together."