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World Miss University
The World Miss University Contest was established in 1986 to commemorate the UN-designated Year of Peace, under the International Association of University Presidents, a UN-affiliated NGO.  

The pageant was held under the title Miss World University until 1992, when it was changed to World Miss University.



Miss World University 1986
1986 May
Jamsil Gymnasium, Seoul KOR  (30 contestants from 25 countries)
18 entries from 12 countries

Results
1  HOLLAND  Rosalie Van Breemen (International '84)
2  KOREA  Choi Yun-hee

Remainder
COLOMBIA  Ana Lucia Idárraga Angel
COSTA RICA  Ginna Hidalgo del Vécchio
FINLAND  Margit Hannele Lumia
JAPAN  Kiyomi Kaneko
KOREA
KOREA
KOREA
KOREA
LIBERIA  Enid Marlin Dennis
LIBERIA  Mai-Ellen Russ
MEXICO  Marcela Garcia Batiz
PHILIPPINES
REPUBLIC OF CHINA (TAIWAN)
THAILAND  
TURKEY
TURKEY
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Miss World University 1987
1987 September

Winner :  KOREA  Choi Yun-hee
NOTE likely hand-picked by virtue of being 1st runner-up in 1986
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World Miss University 1988
1988 September 14
Inter-Continental Hotel, Seoul KOR
43 entries from 36 countries


Taiwan (2nd RU), U.S.A. (winner), Finland (1st RU)

Results
1  U.S.A.  Kathryn Elizabeth Coonz
2  FINLAND  Mervi Hannele Lehto
3  REPUBLIC OF CHINA (TAIWAN)  Ghyong Ying Chen

Remainder
ARGENTINA
AUSTRALIA  Jo Anne Guy
BELIZE  Jeanette Louise Cochrane
BOLIVIA  Stephanie Trenell Parker
COLOMBIA  Diana Patricia Peña Alvarez
COLOMBIA  Sonia Velasco Mora
COSTA RICA  Ginna Hidalgo del Vécchio
ENGLAND  Melissa Frances Laird
FINLAND  Margit Hannele Lumia
FRANCE  Michelle Anne Tagle
GABON  Tunisha Rashele Johnson
GERMANY  Caryll Burton
HOLLAND  Summer Robbins
HONDURAS  Nuria Velásquez R.
HONG KONG  Hwang Hye-Li
HONG KONG  Sheila Chan Sok-Lan
INDONESIA  Linda Marie Jackson
IRELAND  Kirstie Lynn Northcutt
ISRAEL  Aviva Liberman
ITALY  Paula Sue Cochrane
JAPAN  Akiko Nakahara
JAPAN  Chieko Masuda
JAPAN  Joanne Marie Driscoll
KOREA  Lee Hye-jeong
KOREA  Lee Su-mi
KOREA  Park Sook-jung
KOREA  Rim Ji-yeon
KOREA  Song Hwa-yeon
LIBERIA  Carmaline Veronica Rennie
MALAYSIA
MEXICO  Marcela Garcia Batiz
PHILIPPINES  Vanessa Faith Sibug Bose
POLAND
PUERTO RICO  Tina Alice Thomas
REPUBLIC OF CHINA (TAIWAN)  Chang Su-Fen
SRI LANKA
SWEDEN  April Michele Meade
THAILAND  Tavinan Kongkran
TURKEY  Eren Hattatoglu
U.S.A.  Melanie Louise Laird
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Miss World University 1989
1989 September 20
Hibiya Public Assembly Hall, Tokyo JPN
56 entries from 46 countries

Results
1  INDIA  Priyardashini Pradhan (Universe '87)
2  KOREA  Han Heui-jeong
3  IRELAND  Kyle Allison Kirby

Among the Top 6
FINLAND  Tuija Maria Junnila

Remainder
ARGENTINA  Laura Gargiulo
BOLIVIA  Wilma Vacadiez Sandi
BOTSWANA  Mandisa Mzondeki
COLOMBIA  Patricia Idarraga Angel
COLOMBIA  Christina Gonzalez
COLOMBIA  Gina Paola Vernot
COSTA RICA  Kattia Ruiz Hernandez
COSTA RICA  Velia Govaere-Vicarioli
COTE D'IVOIRE  Akassi Therese Kouame
DENMARK  Charlotte Boie (Globe '89)
FINLAND  Minna Katariina Sakara
FINLAND  Satu Marja Rosenqvist
FRANCE  Agnès Grange
GHANA  Dzidzo Abra Amoa (World '88)
HAITI  Sabine Balmir
HONG KONG  Isabel Leung Pui-Woo
INDIA  Nandini Gautam Jani
ISRAEL  Rivka Perez
JAPAN  Chikako Sumiyoshi
JAPAN  Kinuyo Yamamoto
JAPAN  Masumi Kikuchi
JAPAN  Reiko Matsuda
JAPAN  Rumi Takahashi
JAPAN  Yuko Inada
KOREA  Choi Eun-hee
KOREA  Lee Jung
KOREA  Lee Sun-young
LIBERIA  Ollie Sayeboe White
LIBERIA  Fatima Nini Greaves
MAURITIUS  Anita Ramgutty
MEXICO  Norma Gonzalez Gutierrez
NETHERLANDS  Celeste Nissa
NIGERIA  Abosedo Fola Adaramaja
NORWAY  Beate Brevig
PANAMA  Ana Maria Estevez
PHILIPPINES  Almira Princess Dacanay Untong
PHILIPPINES  Maricel Najera Sambo
PHILIPPINES  Edith Lopez Somera
PHILIPPINES  Maria Isabel T. Vaue
REPUBLIC OF CHINA (TAIWAN)  Margaret P. L. Lin
SIERRA LEONE  Marcesca Lyna Lajaku-Williams
SINGAPORE  Troody Lim
SRI LANKA  Muthukuda Arachige Shamina Perera
SWAZILAND  Ilana Faye Lapidos (World '86)
SWEDEN  Ann-Sofie Carina Jansson
THAILAND  Wasana Monkonrob
THAILAND  Duanrat Jindamoragot
TURKEY  Serap Eren
TURKEY  Alev Inan
U.S.A.  Jennifer Jo Mahlik
UGANDA  Jessica Naluyma Kyeyune
ZAIRE  Wanuke Tshisabi
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Miss World University 1990
1990 September 15
Seoul Olympic Stadium
73 entries from 56 countries

Results
1  U.S.S.R.  Yekaterina Parfyonova
NOTE no information on other finalists

Remainder
ARGENTINA  Marcela Alejandra Sebastian
AUSTRALIA  Catherine Jane West
BOLIVIA  Cecilia Ofelia Escalante Saldana
BOTSWANA  Mandisa Mzondeki
BULGARIA  Mira Moreno Mihaylova
COLOMBIA  Ana Maria Laverde Vargas
COLOMBIA  Zoraia Gallego Bermudez
COSTA RICA   Magaly Zamora-Chavez
COSTA RICA  Rossana Castro
CYPRUS  GEORGIA Gavriel
CZECHOSLOVAKIA  Katarina Sachova
DENMARK  Anne Katrine Seeberg
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC  Maria Isabel de Leon Inoa
EL SALVADOR  Brenda Lorena Morales
FINLAND  Minna Makinen
FINLAND  Sari Jaana Maria Luojus
FRANCE  Marilyn Crass
FRANCE  Vanessa Muegnot
GHANA  Daisy Esi Sevor
GREECE  Zoi Elmalioti (3rd RU Europe '85)
HAITI  Pascale Du Bousquet Balmir
HAITI  Sabine Balmir
HONG KONG  Vivian Leung
INDIA  Dilbur Noshir Desai
INDIA  Naveeda Mehdi
ISRAEL  Adi Klein
ISRAEL  Sfadia Shimrit
JAMAICA  Nicola Ann McLaughlin
JAPAN  Akemi Ono
JAPAN  Aki Sekitani
JAPAN  Miwako Matsushita
KOREA  Hong Sun-ju
KOREA  Kim Duk-kyoung
KOREA  Kim Eun-young
KOREA  Lee Kyung-a
KOREA  Park Hae-sung
KOREA  Park Han-mi
MALAYSIA  Jacqueline Gee Siew Chin
MEXICO  Claudia Bonilla Gutierrez
MEXICO  Norma Gonzalez Gutierrez
NEPAL  Shreejana Yonjan
NEW ZEALAND  Donna Lee Alligton
NEW ZEALAND  Kirsten Roberts
NIGERIA  Nkana Imelda Imeh
NIGERIA  Owo Comfort Oiufunke
NORWAY  Heidi Christine Olsen (International '89)
PANAMA  Ana Maria Estevez
PHILIPPINES  Criselda G. Ramos Cabitac
PHILIPPINES  Editha Lopez Somera
PHILIPPINES  Imelda Uy Omalza
PHILIPPINES  Nora Gali Gebilaguin
POLAND  Agnieszka Eminowicz
REPUBLIC OF CHINA (TAIWAN)  Jewel J. W. Huang
REPUBLIC OF CHINA (TAIWAN)  Megan M.C. Huang
REPUBLIC OF CHINA (TAIWAN)  Nancy Huang
REPUBLIC OF CHINA (TAIWAN)  Tsyr Huey Guo
SINGAPORE  Anne Chong Mo-Ue
SINGAPORE  Nancy Teo Choon
SINGAPORE  Noor Bintang Bte Salim
SRI LANKA  Brahakmanagaye Perera
SRI LANKA  Galtahragama Samaratunga
SWAZILAND  Christine Sihle Xaba
SWEDEN  Kim Catharina Johansson
SWITZERLAND  Mona Radics
THAILAND  Savalee Suanpirintra
TURKEY  Alev Inan
TURKEY  Tuba Karatayli
U.S.A.  Kimberly June Tilson
UGANDA  Jessica Naluyma Kyeyune
VENEZUELA  Maria Rosa Alvarez Sierralta
YUGOSLAVIA  Ana Miladinovic
ZAMBIA  Patricia-Eve Chisenga Bwalanda
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Miss World University 1991
1991 October
Jangchung Stadium, Seoul KOR
66 entries

Results
1  U.S.A.  Celeste Donna Weaver (2nd RU Globe '91, 1st RU Intercontinental '93)
2  UKRAINE  Yuliya Shestopalova
3  (not known)
4  GREECE  Elina Kefi

Among the remainder
BULGARIA
COLOMBIA
COSTA RICA 1
COSTA RICA 2
CYPRUS
ENGLAND
ESTONIA
FINLAND
FRANCE  Christine Calvet
FRANCE  Katia Troin
GERMANY
HOLLAND
HONG KONG  Ada Choi
INDIA
ISRAEL
ITALY
JAPAN
KOREA
LUXEMBOURG
MALAYSIA  Stephanie Lim Mei Ling
MEXICO 1
MEXICO 2
NEPAL 1
NEPAL 2
PHILIPPINES 1
PHILIPPINES 2
POLAND
ROMANIA
SINGAPORE  Suzy Goh
SOUTH AFRICA
SRI LANKA
SWAZILAND
SWEDEN
SWITZERLAND
TAIWAN
THAILAND  Benjamaporn Dechsupha
TURKEY
UGANDA
YUGOSLAVIA
ZAMBIA
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World Miss University 1992
1992 October 7
Jangchung Stadium, Seoul KOR
59 entries

Results
1  ICELAND  Heidrun Anna Bjornsdottir
2  RUSSIA  Polina Zhuravlyova-Vikhovskaya (winner Globe 93)

Among the remainder
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC  Lynn Marie Alvarez Klinken
GREECE  Xenia Christonaki
MALAYSIA  Jojo Tan Joo Beng
POLAND  Anna Banach
SINGAPORE  Quah Geok Keng
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World Miss University 1993
1993 September 18
Taejon Expo Grand Performance Center, Taejon KOR
unknown number of entries

Results
1  POLAND  Ewa Wachowicz (3rd RU World '92)
2  ESTONIA  Viive Saul
3  BRAZIL  Lirian Souza Soares

Some of the awards
Miss South America University  BRAZIL
Miss Western Europe University  ICELAND
Best National Costume  BRAZIL

Among the remainder
ICELAND  Unnur Gudny Gunnarsdottir
INDIA  Kashmira Shah
MALAYSIA  Evan Chin
MEXICO  Angelina del Carmen González Guerrero (Universe '93)
PHILIPPINES  Laura Angela Navera
SINGAPORE  Robbie Lee Sabnani
THAILAND  Sopana Jirachutiroj
VIETNAM  Ha Kieu Anh
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NOTE The pageant was not held during 1994



World Miss University 1995
1995 May 31
Seoul Olympic Stadium, Seoul KOR
46 entries from 38 countries

Results
1  ICELAND  Birgitta Ina Unnarsdottir
2  KOREA 2
3  KOREA 4
4  BRAZIL  Mônica Regina Guimarães Ferreira
5  KAZAKHSTAN 2

Some of the awards
Miss Friendship  ICELAND
Miss Photogenic  ROMANIA 2 (Beatrice Vornicu)

Remainder
ALBANIA
ARMENIA  Armine Panosian
AUSTRALIA
AZERBAIJAN
BELARUS
CANADA
CHINA 1
CHINA 2
COSTA RICA
CYPRUS
EL SALVADOR
ESTONIA
FRANCE
GEORGIA
GERMANY
GREECE  Tzortzina Pavli
INDONESIA
KAZAKHSTAN 1
KOREA 1
KOREA 3
KOREA 5
KYRGYZSTAN
MALAYSIA
MEXICO  María Teresa Aragón
MOLDOVA
MONGOLIA
NEPAL
NEW ZEALAND
PHILIPPINES  Maria Consuelo Reyes Taylor
POLAND  Joanna Brykczinska (Universe '94)
REPUBLIC OF CHINA (TAIWAN)
ROMANIA 1
ROMANIA 2  Beatrice Vornicu
RUSSIA 1
RUSSIA 2
SINGAPORE  Joey Lim
SRI LANKA
TURKMENISTAN
UKRAINE
U.S.A.
UZBEKISTAN
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World Miss University 1996
1996 October 23
Hong Cheon Daemyong Ski Resort, Hongchon KOR
45 entries

Results
1  SPAIN  Laura Garcia
2  KOREA  Sun Song-ji
3  POLAND  Julia Kowalska

Among the remainder
CANADA  Angel Ross
GREECE  Angela Eyripidi
MEXICO  Sandra Destenave Fernández
POLAND  Anna Kania
SINGAPORE  Evelyn Choo Li Fang
SRI LANKA
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World Miss University 1997
1997 October
Suwon Arts and Cultural Performing Arts Center (Munwha Art Hall), Suwon KOR
50 entries from 44 countries

Results
1  KOREA  Jang Jie-hun
2  POLAND  Agnieszka Zielinska (World '95, Universe '97, 1st RU Europe '97)

Remainder
ARMENIA  Gohar Harutyunyan (Europe '99, winner Mrs Globe '09)
AUSTRALIA  Monique Grobban
AUSTRIA  Sandra Muller
AZERBAIJAN  Yana Goulieva
BELARUS  Natalia Makei
BOLIVIA  Roxana Del Carpio
BRAZIL  Isabela Carvalho E Silva
BULGARIA  Maria Dimova
CANADA  Marnie Delwo
CZECH REPUBLIC  Martina Mala
DENMARK  Marlene Tellef
ESTONIA  Ly Jürgenson
FINLAND  Ita Marja Voo
FRANCE  Sophie Levoir
GEORGIA  Tamara Karoamidze
GERMANY  Bianca Dauber (Intercontinental '95)
GUATEMALA  Wendy Daria Booale Hisello
HOLLAND  Melse Erlynn Boersma
HUNGARY  Katalin Takacz
ICELAND  Unnur Berglind Gudmundsdottir
INDIA  Rubeena Singh
ITALY  Martina Luciani
KAZAKHSTAN  Natalie Kritskaya
KOREA  Jang Hae-yun
KOREA  Lee Joo-hue
KOREA  Park Hwa-yun
KOREA  Rha Sung-ji
KOREA  Suk Cho-hyun
KOREA  Won Suk-hyun
LATVIA  Marita Tomadevska
LITHUANIA  Liudmila Gurskaite
MALAYSIA  Sammy Wong Yeh Hai
MEXICO  Sophia Carmen Obregón
MOLDOVA  Doriana Zubcuj
NEW CALEDONIA  Tania Lise Chitty (International '96)
NORWAY  Anita Honning Suag
PARAGUAY  Inés Carolina Peralta Orue
PHILIPPINES  Rochelle Romero Ong
PUERTO RICO  Betzaida Torres Figueras
REPUBLIC OF CHINA (TAIWAN)  Yin Pei Ching
ROMANIA  Jennifer Andrea Belovici
RUSSIA  Alena Kireyeva
SINGAPORE  Lim Siau Lin
SRI LANKA  Samudra Lyanage Hikkamiwa
TURKEY  Eylem Senkal
UKRAINE  Kseniya Kusmenko
UZBEKISTAN  Olga Keshisheva
VIETNAM  To Thi Moung Law

1998 September 5 was to be held at the Sejong Cultural Center in Seoul (cancelled due to promoter troubles)

1999 December 26 was to be held in Pusan, Korea, then postponed to 2000 March 25, & again to 2000 June 9

 
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