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YU recorded the highest competition rate of 5.96:1 in 2023 Regular Recruitment N

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  • Date : 2023.01.11 13:45
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5,517 people applied for 926 people, the highest competition rate of 13.7:1 for the Department of Cultural Anthropology

High competition rates for new departments, such as the Faculty of Global Translation & Interpretation and the Department of Global Business

[January 2, 2023]


YU (President CHOI Oe-chool) closed 2023 Regular Recruit at 6:00 pm on the 2nd and the highest competition rate, 5.96:1, was recorded. 5,517 people applied for the recruitment of 926 people (within the quota). 

This year, YU renewed the highest competition rate for consecutive two years next to 5.13:1 of the regular recruit competition rate (1,146 for 5,880) last year.

Department of Cultural Anthropology showed the highest competition rate (13.7:1) and was followed by Department of Global Translation & Interpretation (12.3:1), the Department of Urban Engineering (12.1:1), the Department of Environmental Engineering (11.8:1), the Department of Global Business (11.4:1), the Department of Chinese Language & Culture (10.8:1), and Faculty of Free Major Selection (10.8:1). 

 Especially, most of newly established departments such as the Department of Software Convergence (9.8:1) and the Department of Global Education (7.5:1) including the Department of Global Translation & Interpretation, the Department of Global Business, and the Faculty of Free Major Selection recorded high competition rates.

 President CHOI Oe-chool of YU said, “Applicants’ YU preference was clearly identified with the highest competition rate in this recruitment next to the 1st place in Daegu-Gyeongbuk in registration rate of applicants for regular recruitment in 2023. Such a high registration rate and competition rate show that all departments are competitive, regardless of specific departments. In particular, this is the result of Yu’s endeavors to get the sympathy of students and their parents to meet social changes and educational demands. We will continue to promote innovation in order to be equipped with differentiated educational competitiveness preferred by students and their parents who are the consumers of education.