|Location||61509, suseon hall|
|Address||25-2, Sungkyunkwan-Ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea|
SKKU opened the Graduate School of Diplomacy-Security Cooperation in October 1994, with three majors. It later added the Department of Diplomacy-Security Cooperation and changed its offical name to the Special Graduate School in 1997, and then again to the Graduate School of European-American Area Studies. In 2002, the name of the graduate school was finalized as 'Graduate School of National Strategy Studies.' Now, it runs three majors: Diplomacy and Security, National Intelligence, National Management Strategy.
The aim of the National Strategy Studies Graduate School is to produce global leaders with problem-solving skills to survive in a fiercely competitive world in the 21st century. We teach students problem-solving skills to develop the ability to develop new strategies. Not only that, we provide on-the-job training programs.
One of the most powerful advantages is the pool of SKKU faculty members, as the professors are the most prominent figures in their field. In addition, it expands education opportunities for employees by providing classes on weekends.
Futhermore, the school has collaborated with government education agencies to co-research by sharing their own education programs, and has played a key role in becoming a leading global education center in Korea. Therefore, we make sure that graduates become global leaders who pave the way in the 21st century.