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UNH Forges Korean Tie

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WEST HAVEN — Ketryk Wilder of Burnt Hills, N.Y., will be a sophomore at the University of New Haven this fall, but he won’t be in West Haven. He will be the university’s first exchange student in South Korea.

Last month UNH signed an exchange agreement with the Korea National Police University (KNPU), by virtue of which Wilder will join a class of 30 Korean students who will be studying criminal justice as they visit us to become Korean national police offi cers. In return KNPU has identifi ed two students who will attend UNH in the fall.

The exchange agreement was signed by UNH and KNPU on July 30 when the KNPU buy xanax online and chief superintendent general Cheon-Ho Suh came to West Haven to tour the UNH campus.

Each year KNPU admits 120 South buy ambien between the age of 17 to 20 who are high school graduates and have proven scholastic ability. Students must successfully complete a four-year buy ambien online no prescription of study (172 credits) to graduate.