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Two Korean Newspapers Interview AUW Students who are Spending this Summer Interning with Korea’s EximBank
Seoul, South Korea
29, Jul, 2013

Two Korean national newspapers, the Chosun Ilbo and the Korea Times, have published articles on AUW students who are spending their summers interning with Korea’s EximBank, the state-owned institution that finances the country’s exports and imports.  The three students from Bangladesh, Mowmita Basak (Class of 2013), Afroza Alam (Class of 2014), and Nishat Raihana (Class of 2015), spoke eloquently about how education at AUW has transformed their lives.

They cited critical thinking, appreciation for cultural diversity, and English-language skills as among the most important tools they have gained from their time at AUW.  All three young women spoke of a desire to bring what they have learned back to their communities and serve their societies when they graduate.

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