Wins ‘Most Trusted Brand Award by Consumers in 2022’

The University of Utah Asia Campus (UAC) received the ‘Most Trusted Brand Award by Consumers in 2022’ on January 26. The award is given out every year to organizations with brands that consumers trust most. UAC was recognized for its status as an international education institute after achieving a 70% increase year-on-year in the number of students admitted in the fall semester of 2021 and having filled its freshmen quota with international students from eight countries.


Face-to-Face Orientation Held for Freshmen for the First Time in Two Years

On February 16, the University of Utah Asia Campus hosted an orientation for the freshmen of the 2022 spring semester. The event was carried out face-to-face with a view to invigorating college culture, which has been dispirited as a whole, and in order to support freshmen as they assimilate into university life. This orientation was held on site, and the 2022 spring semester freshmen and representative current students were in attendance for campus tours and information sessions on the school’s academic departments, university life, and student union activities.


Department of Business Administration Newly Established; OPT for Three Years in the U.S.

The University of Utah Asia Campus established the Department of Business Administration to nurture global talents and will start receiving freshmen from the fall semester of 2022. The Department of Business Administration offers two programs: Accounting and Information Systems. Business Administration students at UAC can apply for Optional Practical Training (OPT) that provides an opportunity to work in the U.S. for three years after graduation and can also obtain bachelor’s and master’s degrees within five years through relevant courses.


UAC Signs MOU with Korea JoongAng Daily

The University of Utah Asia Campus signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Korea JoongAng Daily, an English newspaper. By signing the MOU, Korea JoongAng Daily agreed to offer internship opportunities and participate in diverse projects with students. Gregory Hill, CAO at UAC, said, “In my view, by the time they graduate, students should have experience to tap into and be ready to enter the job market. I appreciate the opportunity Korea JoongAng Daily has given for students to transform into promising young professionals.”