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Korean student visit forges link with the Dunn School and Oxford

Learning about how university education is delivered at Oxford, improving English language skills and getting a feel for the research environment were the successful outcomes of a visit to Oxford and the Dunn School by students from Ewha Womans University in Korea in August 2017.

As part of the visit, aimed at catalysing a long standing and fruitful collaboration between the two universities, Professor William James delivered a seminar here at the Dunn School on Thursday 10 August.

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