Kyung Hee University - Humanity, Civilization, and Global Governance

Seoul, South Korea

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Humanity, Civilization, & Global Governance

The Global Collaborative Program at Kyung Hee University

Kyung Hee University is a private research university with approximately 20,000 students, ranging from graduate to undergrad on three separate campuses. For international students, programs take place on the main campus in Seoul. Over 30% of courses are taught in English, allowing students to take a wide variety of courses. With the campus being in Seoul, students are exposed to a wide variety of community events and city sights that immerse them in new cultural experiences.

Academic Calendar:

Fall Semester: September to December
Spring Semester: March to June
Summer sessions: start in June and July

Academic Subjects

Asian Studies, biology, business administration, chemistry, civil engineering, economics, electrical engineering, English, government/political sciences, interior design, international business, kinesiology, Korean, mathematics, mechanical engineering, physics, recreation administration, and studio art.

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Program Details

Language Requirement: None

Language of Instruction: English/Korean

Required GPA: 3.00

Term: Fall, Spring, Full-Year

Program: Undergraduate and Graduate

Program Costs

Students pay tuition directly to CCSU. Housing and meal costs will be paid on-site in South Korea.


Zongxiang Mei

Center for International Education
Barnard Hall, Room 406

Contact Information

Zongxiang Mei
International Education Coordinator
Center for International Education
Clarence Carroll Hall
Christine Chaihyung Park
University Assistant, Courses Abroad
Center for International Education