On September 10, the Ministry of Personnel Management announced that among the 41 finalists that passed the National Exam for Foreign Service Officer Candidates, HUFS produced six finalists.
The assigned posts among the six HUFS finalists are as follows: one in general diplomacy, one in specialized diplomacy, four in regional diplomacy (Russia, CIS, Latin America, and the Middle East).
A total of 1,192 applied to the National Exam for Foreign Service Officer Candidates, which consists of three rounds: first, the Public Service Aptitude Test (a multiple choice test); second, essay-style subject tests (regional diplomacy and specialized diplomacy candidates went through document screening); third, interviews. Among the candidates, 33 final candidates were assigned to general diplomacy, and 8 final candidates were assigned to regional diplomacy and specialized diplomacy.
To uphold HUFS’s reputation as an elite training ground for future foreign service officers, the HUFS Career Development Center offers students various support services, including national exam preparation classes, open study rooms, diverse special lectures, faculty advisers, and mock tests and interviews.
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