Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, in South Korea, was established in 1954 with the goal of fostering future global leaders. It played a significant role in reconstructing Korea after the Korean War by producing numerous CEOs and diplomats and today is the number one global university in Korea. The curriculum is taught in 45 foreign languages and combines rigorous studies in the humanities, law, social sciences, business, and computer science. HUFS has three campuses, located in Seoul, Global (Yong-in), and Song-do (under construction, near Incheon International Airport). The two open campuses together serve 17,346 undergraduate students and 2,574 graduate students.