Sungkonghoe University is mainly based on ‘open, share and serve’ policy which brings in peace with our fellow human beings and among society. A society is formed by sharing everything we have with the rest of us instead of being selfish. The very implementation of sharing what we have with others plants a great feeling of togetherness in the society. This builds respect for each other, better understanding and ultimately leads to global peace which is very essential in today’s world. Openness refers to our aim of accepting, embracing, welcoming and incorporating ideas, beliefs and practices from exclusive organizations, cultures and identities. the inclusive ideal embodies the university’s willingness to permit itself and encourage others to be as receptive and tolerant with every different as feasible. The university is well aware that the academic principle ought to be accompanied by means of the corresponding goals in order that the consensual precept can have a sensible recognition. Sharing refers to our objective of helping and assisting others to recognise their existent hazard, by means of sharing with others we agree that we will create a far better society than we pursue our very own self-concerning issues. Service refers to our christian notion that, with the aid of serving god, we serve ourselves. the university believes that all of us must be servants of ourselves so that everyone is right away the grasp and the servant all at the identical time.
Sungkonghoe aims to achieve a better society by cultivating community human ideology in its students to make world a better place for mankind. This can be materialized by using creative education methods. The faculty here encourages the attitude of subjective person with open mind through their experienced teaching. This thought process is the driving force in excelling of the universities among top most universities across the country that puts it in a tough competition with others. Sungkonghoe is one of the major universities to design and develop a specialized course on Arts in Inter-Asia NGO studies. With a multidisciplinary curriculum it started in year of 2007 imbibing academic and practice based training to the students interested. The University offers various unique courses on social change, non-governmental organizations and civil society. Different scholarships and bursaries are provided to students with meritorious educational background. Graduate co-operative management course provided here gives a good deal of scholarship to students based on their merit. The Democracy Institute strives to become centre for path breaking research in the field of democracy. For non-Korean International students it’s a challenging in the University but certainly a rewarding experience. Foreign students who are willing to take up the challenge will find this environment useful in the day to day globalizing world. The University hosts a wide variety of courses including but not limited to social welfare, digital content, business administration, computer engineering, information and communication, sociology, inter-cultural studies, theology, agriculture and forestry, creative arts etc. which are specially designed with regards to the curriculum.