Study in the heart of Seoul, at Korea’s first engineering college. Recognized as the best university in general machinery, automotive, and civil engineering by the Korean Council for University Education in 2012, Hanyang University also ranked 1st for placement and management of international students by the Ministry of Education. Take classes in English or Korean, join one of many student clubs, or participate in volunteering and internship opportunities along with more than 5,000 international students.
The main campus is located in the center of Seoul. The University has its own subway station (Hanyang University Station) located on campus, providing students safe and convenient transportation to anywhere around the city.
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
Economics and Finance
(Architecture, Architectural Eng., Civil & Environmental Eng., Urban Planning, Natural Resources and Environmental Eng., Electronics and Communications Eng., Computer Science and Eng., Information System, Electrical and Biomedical Eng., Materials Science and Eng., Chemical and Bio Eng., Organic Nano Eng., Mechanical Eng., Nuclear Eng., Industrial Eng.)
(Language and Literature: Korean, Chinese, German, and English; History; Philosophy)
Fine Arts and Physical Education
(Physical Education, Sport Industry and Management, Theater and Film, Dance)
(Interior Design, Clothing and Textiles, Food and Nutrition)
(Voice, Composition, Piano, String and Wind Instruments, Korean Traditional Music)
(Chemistry, Physics, Math, Biology)
(Social Sciences, Tourism)
Recommended fields at Hanyang:
- Engineering: Largest and strongest in Korea, ABEEK Accredited (equivalent to ABET in U.S), Contract departments with Samsung and Hyundai KIA Motors
- Business & Economics: AACSB accredited, English track, largest number of exchange students enrolled in Korea
- International Studies: 100% English track
- Social Sciences (Journalism, Tourism, Mass Communication): well-known in Korea
Students typically enroll in 4-6 classes per term which averages to 12-19 hours in class per week. A term runs for 16 weeks.
Housing and Meals
Students are housed in a twin room in one of the residence halls on or near the campus. ISEP students will have chance to apply for on-campus dormitory rooms where only scholarship recipients reside. Cooking is only available in off-campus housing and students will receive monthly stipend for their meals. Married student housing is NOT available, but assistance can be provided to help locate accommodations near the campus (students need to pay for extra fees in this case).
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