About ACUCA

The Association of Christian Universities and Colleges in Asia (ACUCA) is a community of Christian institutions of higher learning in Asia which work closely together to benefit each other as well as the societies in which they exist.

The ACUCA Secretariat is designed to be instrumental for creating the environmental prerequisites for active interaction and participation among the member-institutions to take place.

Through cooperation, mutual support, and encouragement, the Association endeavors to help the Christian universities and colleges in Asia to:

  • Develop and maintain their Christian character
  • Enrich the quality of their educational programs and those of the other institutions of learning
  • Re-examine the relevance of their objectives and programs in relation to the needs of a changing society

Currently, ACUCA has 64 member institutions from 9 countries/regions of Asia, namely Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Taiwan, Myanmar, and Thailand.

The ongoing activites that ACUCA supports include:

NEWS

November 2019

FMS and SMS Nominations UPDATE

For more information, check out the Student Mobility tab above or contact the ACUCA Secretariat thru acuca.secretariat@gmail.com

2019 ACUCA Management Conference Official Recap Video

Special thanks to Cyril Ortega and the Renaissance Youth Leaders Forum for making this awesome recap video possible.

Official delegates and attendees of the recently concluded 2019 ACUCA Management Conference and General Assembly strike a pose at the garden area of the Luce Auditorium at Silliman University in Dumaguete City, right after their Plenary Session which featured a panel and a keynote presentation on Whole-Person Christian Education.

More details on the various events of the Management Conference and General Assembly soon.




October 2019

2019 ACUCA Management Conference and 23rd General Assembly

For more information, e-mail us at acuca.secretariat@gmail.com.




July 2019

Hannam University News

Hannam Ranks Fourth in Nationwide University Entrepreneurship Index

Hannam University was once against confirmed as a bona fide gateway to entrepreneurship with a fourth-place ranking on a nationwide university entrepreneurship index. Hannam placed fourth in a June 14 assessment of 247 four-year and 170 two-year higher education institutions in South Korea by Maeil Business News. Its strong performance in the area of entrepreneurship included a first-place ranking for sales by faculty start-ups, a sixth-place ranking for student entrepreneurship support funding, and a tenth-place ranking for number of student entrepreneurs and student start-ups. “Our first-place ranking nationwide on the university entrepreneurship index is the result of hard work by all of our university’s members, who strove to make our university the top force in entrepreneurship,” said Hannam University President Lee Duk-hoon. Lee also said the university would “continue to work nonstop until we are the country’s top-ranked university for entrepreneurship, including areas such as angel clubs and technology transfers.” Hannam University doubled its number of entrepreneurship classes from 74 to 143 between 2017 and 2018, while the number of start-up clubs rose from 75 all the way to 115. Since the 2018 academic year, it has instituted “Understanding Entrepreneurship” as a general education requirement.

31st in University Brand Assessment

Hannam University ranked 31st nationwide and first among private universities in the Daejeon/Chungcheong region in a survey of university brand reputation. The result was based on a Korea Corporate Reputation Institute analysis of 84,536,158 items of brand-related big data for 100 major four-year universities in South Korea over a one-month period from March 27 to April 28. For the brand reputation assessment, big data on brand-related consumer activities were sorted into participation value, communication value, social value, market value, and financial value categories.

New Daniel Scholarships Established

The introduction of Hannam University “Daniel Scholarships” as a financial aid program for undergraduates is drawing major attention. In addition to covering tuition in full from entrance to graduation, the scholarships also offer benefits including 4 million won per year for books, free dormitory use, and full financial aid upon general graduate school admission. Over 450 million won in benefits have been paid to date. The scholarships were funded when the full amount saved by discontinuing the official presidential vehicle system was invested in financial aid. With President Lee Duk-hoon now traveling to work on foot, the creation of the Daniel Scholarships means that the yearly costs of 150 million won spent covering rental fees, gas, and other charges for his exclusive vehicle service are now being returned to the students.


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