Partner Universities


Kyungnam University

Kyungnam University is a private university located in Changwon (Masan), the capital city of Gyeongsangnam-do, South Gyeongsang or Gyeongnam (Kyungnam) province, in Southeastern South Korea, founded in 1946. The university specializes in globalization and localization under the its motto of “truth, freedom, and creation” and has 65 partner universities from 19 different countries.

Catholic University of Korea

The Catholic University of Korea is a private Roman Catholic institution of higher education in South Korea. It was established in 1855 and is the oldest university in South Korea. The Catholic University of Korea operates campuses in Seoul and in the neighboring Bucheon City. The university's medical school, considered as one of the most prestigious in South Korea, has eight affiliated hospitals in major cities of the country. *Has ranked fourth in the field of education and finance (General University Evaluation Joong-Ang Ilbo, 2014) *Was in TOP 500 in QS World University Rankings 2016/17 *Has ranked 99th in Asia University Rankings 2013/14 (QS World University Rankings) *Has ranked between the plces 400-500 in the academic ranking of world universities ARWU US, 2014

Chonnam National University

Chonnam National University is a South Korean university located in the metropolitan city of Gwangju which lies in the middle of South Jeolla or Jeonnam (Chonnam) province. The university was formally established in January, 1952 CNU is also recognized as one of the best performers in government supported HRD (Human Resources Developer) projects. Research expenses of CNU ranks 13th nationally.

Dankook University

Dankook University, abbreviated as DU or DKU, is a private university research from Yongin and Cheonan, South Korea. The University was founded in 1947, the first after Korea's National Liberation Day. The international presence of Dankook continues to grow thanks to its collaboration with over 90 universities in 30 countries. Dankook University was ranked 148th in Asia by QS Asia University Rankings in 2010.


Konkuk University

Konkuk University is a private university in Seoul and Chungju, founded in 1946. Seoul Campus is located in the southeastern part of Seoul near the Han River and is served by a subway station of the same name. Konkuk University was ranked 13th among Korean universities by JoongAng Ilbo in 2014. According to a survey by Realmeter investigating "Top 10 Korean Markets", the university was ranked No. 7 when the audience was asked to identify a university for recommendation in 2015. In the same year, Konkuk University ranks 8th, when prospective students were asked by to which university they would like to study, regardless of their current academic performance. In August 2016, Konkuk University ranked 59th in the most innovative Asian universities by Reuters.


Seoul National University of Science and Technology

The Seoul National University of Science and Technology (abbreviated Seoultech) is a national university located in Nowon-gu, Seoul, South Korea. The Seoul National University of Science and Technology came from a supplementary vocational school established in 1910 by the Decree of king Gojong. Seoul's National University of Science and Technology occupied the second place in South Korea and the 32nd in Asia in the universe concentrated in 2015 by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) and ranked No. 15 in South Korea in the field of science and engineering in 2015 by Korea Economic Daily.

Sungshin Women's University

Sungshin Women's University is a prestigious, private, women's university. The university's goal is to cultivate woman leaders who are efficient and reliable. Currently Sungshin Women's University consists of 9 colleges, 1 open major division, and 5 graduate schools.

Hanyang University

Hanyang University is one of the leading private research universities of South Korea, especially in the field of engineering. Hanyang derives from the former name of the capital Seoul used during the Joseon Dynasty. The university was established as an engineering institute (DongA Engineering Institute) in 1939 and became the founding facility of Hanyang University with its motto and educational philosophy Love in Deed and Truth. Hanyang University enrolls over 3,000 foreign students each year and more than 3,300 students study abroad annually, and counts its 777 partner universities in 76 countries as of 2018.