Kyung Hee University - Humanity, Civilization, and Global Governance
Seoul, South Korea
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.
Fall Semester: September to December
Spring Semester: March to June
Summer sessions: start in June and July
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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Language Requirement: None
Language of Instruction: English/Korean
Required GPA: 3.00
Term: Fall, Spring, Full-Year
Program: Undergraduate and Graduate
Students pay regular tuition directly to CCSU. Housing and meal costs will be paid on site in South Korea.
Center for International Education
Barnard Hall, Room 406