Gateway Seminary and Korea Baptist Theological University Announce 5-Year Partnership

Korea Baptist Theological University and Seminary (KBTUS) President Seon Bae Kim (left) and Gateway Seminary (GS) President Jeff Iorg shake hands after signing a five-year Memorandum of Understanding establishing a partnership between the two schools Gateway Seminary photo

Korea Baptist Theological University and Seminary (KBTUS) President Seon Bae Kim and Gateway Seminary (GS) President Jeff Iorg have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) establishing a five-year partnership between the two schools.

Iorg and other members of Gateway’s faculty and staff traveled to KBTUS’ campus in Daejeon, South Korea, to sign the agreement on Oct. 26.

The MOU outlines procedures allowing students to study abroad in individual and group settings. Students in good standing at either institution are given the opportunity to research and attend classes at the partner school at a reduced tuition cost. Additionally, the MOU provides guidelines for international study experiences for groups of students from both the visiting and host institutions.

“This partnership represents a significant opportunity for students from both schools to prepare for ministry leadership in a cross-cultural environment,” Iorg said.

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Source: Baptist Press