Experience a new learning environment, include a part-time internship in the Korean workplace, and build your international network as an exchange student at KNU!
- Currently enrolled on undergraduate program at 4-year university
- Language proficiency in either English or Korean.
N.B. Visiting Student Program does not confer any degree award.
|Starting Semester||Application Deadline||Notification of Acceptance by E-mail||Acceptance packet sent by|
|Fall Semester||May 25||Late June||Early July|
|Spring Semester||November 25||Late December||Early January|
- Application Form – available online click here
- Certificate of Enrollment – from home university
- Official Transcript – from home university
- Copy of Passport (face page)
- One ID Photo (3ⅹ4cm)
All required documents should be sent to;
Office of International Affairs Kyungpook National University Daegu, 701-701 South Korea
Acceptance packet includes Certificate of Acceptance (if needed for visa purposes), Letter of Acceptance, Orientation Letter, Arrival Information Sheet, and other necessary information.
|Semester||Duration-15 weeks||Issuance of Transcript|
|Spring Semester||March 2~mid June||Mid July|
|Fall Semester||September 1~mid December||Mid January|
A variety of courses are offered in English by individual colleges and departments, along with courses specially designed to offer a new perspective and understanding of Korea.
The list of courses taught in English will be available in the middle of January for the following spring semester or July for the following fall semester. In addition, this list will be sent to all accepted visiting students by e-mail with instructions on course registration.
Visiting students can take up to 21 academic credits per semester, and most courses are worth three credits.
Based on a diverse network of Korean companies, including multi-national conglomerates, SMEs, local government, and NGOs, KNU offers international students the chance to integrate a part-time internship into their exchange semester.
English is used as the language of communication, and activities range according to the background and skills of the individual student and the needs of the host company.
The internships are arranged at the beginning of the semester, and last for 12 weeks based on 12 hours per week for 3 credits. Most internships are unpaid.
Full-time internship options are also available during the summer and winter vacations.
Visiting students can stay in a room (shared) at on-campus dormitories. The dormitory fee for one semester is around USD1,000, which includes three meals per day at the dormitory cafeteria.
If you need further information or any help, please contact Ms. Sabina Kim at
email@example.com or +82-53-950-6543.