Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS) is one of the leading universities in the Republic of Korea.
HUFS has been consistently ranked as one of the most prestigious higher education institutes in Korea, especially being ranked as the top in the field of Foreign Studies. In 2007, HUFS won third place out of all Korean universities on the National Customer Satisfaction Index, and placed second in terms of internationalization two years in a row in the university rankings of JoongAng Ilbo. The evaluation also ranks HUFS second in Korea for its research, faculty, reputation and alumni representation among schools without a medical school in 2008. HUFS is ranked as the best Korean university on the subject of globalization in the QS World University Rankings (Quacquarelli Symonds) in 2010.
Many of past and current Korean diplomats and ambassadors have graduated from HUFS. It also has Korea's leading graduate schools of Interpretation and Translation. HUFS has a solid reputation in Korea in the fields of international studies, diplomacy, foreign affairs and trade, broadcasting, and mass media.
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