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2017-06 05

[Student]Foreign students at Hanyang experienced field trip event

The Hanyang University Office of International Affairs organized a field trip to provide foreign students with opportunities to experience Korean culture and help revitalize rural areas. International students from Germany, France, Brazil, Mexico, Turkey and China were among the participants. ▲ Foreign students at Hanyang are making Kimbap at Banguok Village in Danyang-gun, Chungbuk Province on June 4. ▲ Foreign students at Hanyang are making Kimbap at Banguok Village in Danyang-gun, Chungbuk Province on June 4. ▲ Foreign students at Hanyang are making 'Sanchea Mandu' at Banguok Village in Danyang-gun, Chungbuk Province. ▲ Foreign students at Hanyang are making 'Sanchea Mandu' at Banguok Village in Danyang-gun, Chungbuk Province. ▲ Foreign students at Hanyang are making 'Dambukjang' at Banguok Village in Danyang-gun, Chungbuk Province. ▲ Foreign students at Hanyang are making 'Dambukjang' at Banguok Village in Danyang-gun, Chungbuk Province. ▲ Foreign students at Hanyang are painting on a mug cup in Banguok Village, Danyang-gun, Chungbuk Province on June 4. ▲ Foreign students at Hanyang are painting on a mug cup in Banguok Village, Danyang-gun, Chungbuk Province on June 4. ▲ Foreign students at Hanyang are painting on a mug cup in Banguok Village, Danyang-gun, Chungbuk Province on June 4.

2017-03 06

[Student]Experiences at Hanyang, Francesca's story

Francesca Barbieri, the student from Humanitas University, the private university at Italy dedicated to the medical sciences, participated Hanyang summer program for her medical training. She shared her remarkable experiences and memories here at Hanyang University. Prescription For Growing: Learn Skills But Especially Make Friends I would have never imagined to realize such a big project in such a short time. I found myself on the other side of the world just after a few months I started thinking about it. As I knew about the possibility of obtaining a travel grant, I applied and was then accepted by the cardiology Professor Kyung -Soo KIM. Humanitas therefore gave me the opportunity to spend more than 40 days at the Hanyang University Medical Centre, in Seoul. There, I attended the cardiology wards, outpatient visits and the cardiology research laboratory. To tell the truth, the difficulties of such an experience can be many and discouraging. But everything becomes so pleasant and worthy when you meet the right group of people. Professor Kim and his group of physicians, residents, laboratory members and students accepted me as if I had always been one of them. My family and friends were definitely far away, but I found myself in an environment in which I never felt alone, I could ask anything I needed and was given all the possible help. Trying to follow them during the working day was though, with no doubt. I used to spend between 12 and 13 hours per day in the hospital, some in the clinic, some in the laboratories. As a second year student, I felt to have a solid theoretical knowledge but it was the first time for me to approach the practical clinical environment or research designs and laboratory protocols. I arrived as a very worried student, concerned about what to expect. I came out after 40 days with a basic knowledge of the main heart diseases, how to use the laboratory equipment, how to follow an experimental research design. This was achieved thanks to the constant, careful and personal tutoring I was provided, I always had at least one physician or one researcher on my side. I came out as part of a group of friends, and this was the most surprising and precious aspect. The attention they paid to the success and profit of my experience was invaluable. As invaluable is what I have learnt. Sometimes it is unbelievable how much we can grow in such a short time. * Original article at Hunimed.edu (link)