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Gyeonggi Office of Education promotes educational exchanges with esports in Finland

Superintendent Jae-jung Lee in Northern Europe Proposes 'Academic Meeting for Exchange Students and Teachers'

The superintendent of Gyeonggi-do, Lee Jae-jung, who is visiting three Nordic countries, plans to conduct regular educational exchanges with Espoo, Finland on the 27th (local time).

Espoo is one of Finland's leading educational cities, with more than half of residents aged 25 and over having a bachelor's degree or higher.

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On May 27, Superintendent Lee Jae-jung met with Deputy Mayor of Lake Lintaa in Espoo, Finland, to discuss ways to promote regular educational exchanges. The left side of the photograph is Superintendent, and the right side is Deputy Mayor of Linta Lake. 2019.11.28 [Provided by Gyeonggi-do Office of Education. Resale and DB Ban]

Osan-si, Gyeonggi-do had a sister relationship.

The superintendent met with Deputy Mayor of Linta-aho Espoo, and discussed regular exchanges between students in Finland and Gyeonggi-do, and the regular meetings of teachers and teachers in both countries centered on Osan City.

In the case of student exchanges, students were selected from Finland and Gyeonggi-do, and proposed a way to learn about the cultures of both countries by staying in the other country for a short period of a month or a semester.

The superintendent said, "Expanding the exchange between Korea and Finland will brighten the future of our two countries."

Deputy Mayor Lintaah said, "We will document the proposal in detail and push ahead with the agreement."

The superintendent, who has been in Norway and Finland since 24 to design a future-oriented future education policy, will return to the country after completing a trip to Finland on the 28th, after experiencing a smart education site at the Board of Education and the University of Technology in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia.