Ewha Women’s University
Open to both male and female exchange participants, Ewha University offers a dynamic location just 10 minutes from Seoul’s downtown. Inside the classroom, students have the opportunity to study across a variety of different fields and also further their language skills through the Intensive Korean Language program on campus. Outside of the classroom, students can take advantage of the buddy program, participate in cultural parties, and view Korean arts and performances. Students are sure to improve their Korean and make lasting memories at Ewha University.
Ewha Womans University is situated in the exciting Shinchon area of Seoul, about 10 minutes by subway or bus from downtown Seoul, the capital and heart of the Republic of Korea. One discovers what it means to enjoy the beautiful Ewha campus, and the vibrant larger community of both Shinchon and Seoul. Ewha Campus Complex, designed by the prominent French architect Dominique Perrault, who built Bibliothque Nationale de France in Paris, is one of the most beautiful campus facilities in the world and is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities including e-learning classrooms, cafes, movie theater, art hall, and shops.
Academic year or semester exchanges
ISEP-Exchange for International students.
ISEP-Exchange for US students.
Academic year: late August to June
Semester 1: late August to December
Semester 2: late February to June
In Korean: Liberal Arts
(languages & literatures [Chinese, French, German], Korean literature); Medicine; Pharmacy; Law; Human Ecology
In English: Division of International Studies
(diplomacy & security, international business, international development, international trade); Graduate School of International Studies
(development cooperation, diplomacy & security, environment trade negotiations, human resource development & women, industry & cyber trade, information & knowledge, international business, international public relations, trade negotiations).
In English & Korean: Liberal Arts; Social Sciences; Natural Sciences; Engineering; Art & Design; Music; Education
Some of the strongest fields at Ewha include international studies, information technology, design technology, Women’s Studies, Korean studies, North Korean studies, and Asian studies. Many of these courses are offered in English. In addition, most divisions of the university offer at least 30% of major courses taught in English.
Students typically enroll in 3-6 classes per term, which averages to 10-18 hours in class per week. A term runs for 16 weeks.
Housing and Meals
Students are typically housed in double-occupancy rooms at the International House (I-House). The I-House provides opportunities to share cultural diversity among the residents with various backgrounds. Students receive a meal stipend for the semester.
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