Study in South Korea

Catholic University of DaeGu (CUD) – Daegu, South Korea

Daegu Catholic University (DCU) – Daegu, South Korea

Memorandum of Understanding with Baoding University (link to document)

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The history of Daegu Catholic University (DCU) begins in 1914. CU is the largest Catholic University in Korea. At Catholic University of Daegu, academic excellence is expected. CU students live in an increasingly diverse, interconnected, ever-shrinking world where borders mean less and collaboration, tolerance, and intercultural communication mean more. For these reasons CU offers a rigorous yet flexible Common Curriculum enhanced with a wide range of interdisciplinary programs and special opportunities, all of which are designed to provide real world experiences, increase international exposure and understanding, and instill the values required for global citizenship and making a difference. Studying at CUD will confer enormous opportunities to immerse yourself in culture & language program.




Daegu University – Daegu, South Korea

Daegu University – Daegu, South Korea

Memorandum of Understanding with Baoding University (link to document)

Daegu University is a comprehensive university with 12 colleges (91 majors), 8 graduate schools, and an enrollment of over 20,000 students. Daegu consists of two campuses: Gyeongsan and Daegu. Daegu is located about 180 miles south of Seoul and is Korea's third largest city with a population near 2.5 million. Public transportation includes air, train, subway and taxi, making it accessible and affordable. The 1,000 acre campus is surrounded by Muncheonji Lake making it the ideal place to study Korean culture, language, and more. The Discover Korea Scholarship is an excellent low-cost opportunity to participate in the Korea Language Program and Academic Courses through DU. The scholarship includes free housing and free airfare for up to one year. Applications are available through the Office of International Studies.




Dongguk University – Seoul, South Korea

Dongguk University – Seoul, South Korea

Memorandum of Understanding with Baoding University (link to document)

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Donngguk University is located in the middle of Seoul which is the capital city in Korea. Dongguk University was founded in 1906 by Buddhist leaders based on the idea of saving the country through education. Dongguk University has led Korean society, having produced over 200,000 graduates on a firm foundation of tradition and excellence. In 2006, Dongguk University celebrated its 100th anniversary. Looking forward to the coming century, Dongguk is striving to become the most prestigious private university in Korea, and a distinguished global institution. Dongguk University has Semester, Year, and Summer Programs available.




Hanyang University – Seoul, South Korea

Hanyang University – Seoul, South Korea



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Memorandum of Understanding with Baoding University (link to document)

Hanyang University opened as an aspiring engineering institute in 1939 with the founding principles: “Application of Knowledge” and “Love in Deed.” Based on this tradition of pursuing innovation and service to society, Hanyang has secured its position as one of the nation’s top ranking institutions.




Konkuk University - Seoul, South Korea

Konkuk University - Seoul, South Korea



Memorandum of Understanding with Baoding University (link to document)

Established in 1931, Konkuk University is one of South Korea's leading comprehensive private universities in South Korea and recognized in the top ten universities in the country. KU offers 120 undergraduate degrees, 74 graduate and 64 doctoral degrees and has campuses located in Seoul and Chungju. Programs include exchange programs, summer programs, and the KU Internship & Cultural Experience (ICE) Program.




Kyung Hee University – Seoul, South Korea

Kyung Hee University – Seoul, South Korea



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Memorandum of Understanding with Baoding University (link to document)

Founded in 1949, Kyung Hee University boasts an academic tradition that combines education, research and practice, while pursuing the universal values of peace and mutual prosperity. While Korean language courses are available, about 30% of the regular courses offered are taught in English, allowing several options for non-Korean speaking BHSU students. Finally, for your convenience, KHU offers affordable, on campus housing.




Soongsil University – Seoul, South Korea

Soongsil University – Seoul, South Korea



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Memorandum of Understanding with Baoding University (link to document)

Soongsil University is a private Christian university in South Korea. The campus is located in 369 Sangdo-ro, Dongjak-gu, Seoul.




Yeungnam University – Gyeongsan, South Korea

Yeungnam University – Gyeongsan, South Korea

Memorandum of Understanding with Baoding University (link to document)

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Yeungnam University is close to Daegu Metropolitan City. Daegu is the fourth largest city in South Korea with 2.5 million residents. Yeungnam University is a private international University founded in 1967 by president Jung-he Park. The size of the campus is second largest in South Korea. Yeungnam University has fourteen departments and six additional majors. Currently it has thirty six thousand under graduate students, three thousand seven hundred graduate students and about six hundred professors and fifty three English language teachers. Yeungnam University provides YUISS (YU International Summer School), KLI (Korean Language Institute) and the English Language Partner Program (ELP). Please see the Office of International Studies for details.



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