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By Suria Published: 12 Jun 2017 Audio: Malay
Spurred on by a globalization of higher education, South Korea has followed this general pattern and the number of foreign students in Korean universities has reached more than 100K in 2016, most of them from China and less developed parts of Asia. Although the figures are still relatively low compared to Europe and North America, they bring a potentially significant force of change to Korean society, which has 97% ethnic homogeneity. Let’s see how these changes have led to significant efforts to create a culture of respect for diversity and inclusion, especially among foreign Muslim academia during the holy month.
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