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Exchange Programs

EXCHANGE PROGRAMS

Korea University has joined hands with 744 universities and institutes in 78 countries. This offers KU students an amazing pool to opportunities for a stay abroad. Students may apply after their first semester at GSIS for an exchange program.

Besides the university-wide programs, there are a few departmental exchange programs. While departmental exchange program have the advantage that credits can be easily transferred to GSIS, students should review course offerings in the case of university exchange programs to determine which credits can be transferred to GSIS. Departmental exchange programs accept approximately two to three students each year per program.

Note that CAMPUS Asia offers further departmental exchange opportunities.

**Guideline & Credit Transfer Application : Exchange[Dual] Program Guideline & Credit Transfer Application

Departmental Programs

The School of International Studies, Waseda University, Japan

Countries School Language Number of Recipients(Fluid)
Japan Waseda University,
Graduate School of
Asia-Pacific Studies
English, Japanese 2
Period of
attendance
at GSIS
Eligibility (GPA) Eligibility
(Languages)
Course Offerings
IBT80, CBT213,
PBT550, or JLPT 1
International Relations/
Area Studies/
International Cooperation/
Policy Studies

The Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University, Japan

Countries School Language Number of Recipients(Fluid)
Japan Nagoya Univeristy,
Graduate School of
International
Development
English, Japanese 2
Period of
attendance
at GSIS
Eligibility (GPA) Eligibility
(Languages)
Course Offerings
3.5 / 4.5 CBT213, IBT79,
PBT550, TOEIC730,
or IELTS 5.5 (*JLPT1
to take regular university courses conducted in Japanese. ** JLPT2 to take Advanced Studies in Japanese language & culture)
International Development/
International Cooperation
Studies/ International
Communication

The School of International Service, American University

 

Note: While students nominated by KU GSIS will normally be accepted by the host institution, the host institution retains the right to review these students and to make the final decision concerning their admission. Lack of availability, capacity or anyother circumstance at the host institutions may result in denial of qualified applicants.