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Ewha Womans University

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Admission counsel and Contact information

Admission counsel and Contact information
Address 52, Ewhayeodae-gil, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul 120-750 Korea
Website http://enter.ewha.ac.kr
Contact info Admission Office
Tel : (02)3277-7000
E-mail: enter@ewha.ac.kr

Guide of Admission

Admission Guideline
Classification Content
Undergraduate Eligibility
  • Nationality: Female foreign nationals whose parents are both of foreign nationality.
  • Undergraduate Freshmen: Applicant must have acquired high school diploma as of February in applying year.
  • Undergraduate Transfer: Applicant must have completed at least 2 years in a university education program and wishes to transfer into the third year.
Application Period
  • In the middle of May & Oct. per year
Required Documents
  • For all applicants: ① One Online application form [Form 1], ②One Personal Statement & Study Plan [Form 2], ③More than Two Letters of Recommendation [Form 3, ④An Official transcript of academic records and a certificate of (prospective) diploma from the last school attended, ⑤Passport copies of the applicant and both parent or other official documents attesting to the nationality of the applicant and both parents, ⑥Official documents that verify the family relationship between the applicant and both parents, ⑦ Documents validating language proficiency, ⑧Consent form to check-up the level of education [Form 4]
  • Optional Documents: ① Documentary evidence demonstrating the applicant’s ability to successfully pursue academic studies
    • Only for applicable candidates
    • For undergraduate applicants, high school graduation tests, scholastic ability tests, officially recognized academic tests (ex: SAT, ACT, Gao Kao, Japanese University Admission Center Test, A-level, IB, etc.)
    ② Materials showing evidence of the applicant’s artistic or athletic ability such as portfolios or videotapes ③ A certificate of former employment(Only for applicable candidates) ④ Scholarship Application Form [Form 5,6,7] ⑤ A copy of alien registration card issued by Korean government (Only for foreigners residing in Korea )
    ※ Download Form 1 - Form 7 from the Office of Admissions website (http://enter.ewha.ac.kr)
Application Type
  • Admission For International Students
Application Method
  • After register Application, submit required documents by postal mail or in person
Graduate Eligibility
  • Nationality: Female foreign nationals whose parents are both of foreign nationality.
  • Graduate (Mater’s): Applicant must have completed a four-year-course university or university-equivalent courses and acquired Bachelor’s degree.
  • Graduate (Doctoral): Applicant must have completed post-graduate course and acquired Maters’ degree.
Application Period
  • In the middle of May & Oct. per year
Required Documents
  • For all applicants: ① One Online application form [Form 1], ②One Personal Statement & Study Plan [Form 2], ③More than Two Letters of Recommendation [Form 3, ④An Official transcript of academic records and a certificate of (prospective) diploma from the last school attended, ⑤Passport copies of the applicant and both parent or other official documents attesting to the nationality of the applicant and both parents, ⑥Official documents that verify the family relationship between the applicant and both parents, ⑦ Documents validating language proficiency, ⑧Consent form to check-up the level of education [Form 4]
  • Optional Documents: ① Documentary evidence demonstrating the applicant’s ability to successfully pursue academic studies
    • Only for applicable candidates
    • For undergraduate applicants, high school graduation tests, scholastic ability tests, officially recognized academic tests (ex: SAT, ACT, Gao Kao, Japanese University Admission Center Test, A-level, IB, etc.)
    ② Materials showing evidence of the applicant’s artistic or athletic ability such as portfolios or videotapes ③ A certificate of former employment(Only for applicable candidates) ④ Scholarship Application Form [Form 5,6,7] ⑤ A copy of alien registration card issued by Korean government (Only for foreigners residing in Korea )
    ※ Download Form 1 - Form 7 from the Office of Admissions website (http://enter.ewha.ac.kr)
Application Type
  • Admission For International Students
Application Method
  • After register Application, submit required documents by postal mail or in person
Professional graduate schools Eligibility
  • different admission guidelines applies each professional graduate schools
Application Period
Required Documents
Application Type
Application Method
Special graduate Schools Eligibility
  • different admission guidelines applies each special graduate schools
Application Period
Required Documents
Application Type
Application Method

Curriculum

11 Colleges, 15 Graduate Schools

11 Colleges, 15 Graduate Schools
Classification Majors
Undergraduate Korean Language & Literature, Chinese Language & Literature, English Language & Literature, French Language & Literature, German Language & Literature, History, Philosophy, Christian Studies. Political Science & International Relations, Public Administration, Economics, Library & Information Science, Sociology, Psychology, Consumer Studies, Social Welfare, Journalism, Advertising & Public Relations, Television & Films, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics ,Chemistry & Nano Science, Life Sciences, Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Architecture Design (five-year degree), Architectural Engineering (four-year degree),Environmental Science & Engineering, Food Science & Engineering, Keyboard Instruments, Orchestral Instruments, Voice, Composition, Korean Music, Dance, Korean Painting, Painting, Sculpture, Ceramic Arts, Space Design, Visual Communication Design, Industrial Design, Media Interaction Design, Textile Art Major, Fashion Design, Clothing, Business Administration, International Office Administration, Nursing Science, Human Movement Studies, Nutritional Science & Food Management, Health Education & Management, International Studies.
Graduate Graduate Department of Korean Language & Literature, Department of Chinese Language & Literature, Department of English Language & Literature, Department of French Language & Literature, Department of German Language & Literature, Department of Christian Studies, Department of Philosophy, Department of History, Department of Art History, Department of Political Science & International Relations, Department of Public Administration, Department of Economics, Department of Library & Information Science, Department of Sociology, Department of Social Welfare, Department of Psychology, Department of Consumer Studies, Department of Media Studies, Department of Women's Studies, Department of Child Development, Department of Education, Department of Early Childhood Education, Department of Elementary Education, Department of Educational Technology, Department of Special Education, Department of English Education, Department of Social Studies, Department of Korean Education, Department of Communication Disorder, Department of Law, Department of Business Administration, Department of International Office Administration (Master's Only), Department of Music Therapy, Department of Mathematics, Department of Statistics, Department of Physics, Department of Chemistry & Nano Science, Department of Life & Pharmaceutical Sciences, Department of Science Education, Department of Mathematics Education, Department of Health Education & Management. Department of Nursing Science, Department of Nutritional Science & Food Management, Department of Medicine and Industry(Master's Only), Department of Eco Science, Department of Medical Sciences, Department of Bioinspired Science, Department of Brain & Cognitive Sciences, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Department of Electronics Engineering Department of Architectural Engineering, Department of Environmental Science &Engineering), Department of Environmental Science & Engineering, Department of Atmospheric Science and Engineering, Department of Food Science & Engineering, Department of Digital Media, Department of Music, Department of Fine Arts, Department of Design, Department of Clothing & Textiles, Department of Dance Studies, Department of Human Movement Studies, Department of Medicine , Area Studies, Bioethics Policy Studies, East Asian Studies, Department of North Korea Studies, Gifted Education.
Professional Graduate International Studies, Translation & Interpretation, Business, Medicine, Law
Special Graduate Education, Design, Theology, Policy Sciences, Music in Modern Media, Clinical Health Sciences, Social Welfare, Clinical Dentistry, Teaching Foreign Languages

Curriculum for International Student

Special & Global College Academic Programs Introduction For International Students

Special & Global College Academic Programs Introduction For International Students
Curriculum Content
International Studies of the Graduate School of International Studies Content The International Studies Program offers all courses taught in English in the areas of International Trade & Investment, International Business, Development Cooperation, and International Relations. Students develop systematically the academic and practical capability required for each concentration. In addition, each student individually builds a specialized field by selecting from a unique matrix curriculum, known as the 21stCenturyProgram, which
includes international conflict management, international public relations, international legal studies, women and human resourced evelopment, CS Rand Public-Private Partnership and International Studies in EastAsia. Upon completion of these courses the student receive sacertificate. Students participate in internship programs offered by renowned domesticand international institutions that have strategicalliances with Ewha GSIS, acquiring opport unities for field experiences and to receive active career consultations. Moreover, students can pursuea second Master’s degreeat George Washington University(GWU) through the Ewha-GWU dual M.I.S. degree program.
  • International Trade & Investment
    The International Trade & Investment concentration is designed to meet the growing need for international trade specialists in Korea and abroad. This program studies the theory, formulation, and history of international trade and negotiation. Students also are expected to develop a broad understanding of how economic, business, and political factors interact in shaping the international trade environment
  • International Business
    The International Business concentration is designed for students who wish to pursue internationally oriented careers in various kinds of private and public sectors dealing primarily with international business and management. This program offers special expertise in international business, finance, and management.
  • Development Cooperation
    Development Cooperation prepares students for future work in various multilateral and bilateral international organizations with a special emphasis on international development. Through an interdisciplinary array of courses in economic development, democracy, and international development cooperation in developing countries, students in this major acquire a broader understanding of the processes of economic, political, and social change and development in the developing world.
  • International Relations
    International Relations aims to train students to cope better with the ever-changing dynamics of international affairs. This concentration is designed for students interested in international law and organizations, diplomatic relations, global governance, and international conflict. Students in this program are trained to have expertise in the areas of conflict management, regional and global integration, the generation of collective goods, and collective decision making in the international arena.
Professors 20 Faculty members including Full time, invited, Adjunct, Distinguished faculty (as of September 2012) (part time lecturer are not listed)
Eligibility For Application
  • Nationality : Female foreign nationals whose parents are both of foreign nationality.
  • Education: Applicants must meet the following academic credentials
     - Master’s Program, Combined Master’s and Doctoral program: Applicant must have completed a four-year-course university or university-equivalent courses and acquired Bachelor’s degree as of February 2013.
     - Doctoral Program: Applicant must have completed post-graduate course and acquired Master’s degree as of February 2013.
Application Period
  • Early May or Early November
Required Documents
  • Required Documents: ① One Online application form (GSIS form), ② Statement of Purpose/Study Plan (GSIS form) ③ Two letters of recommendation (for students who graduated overseas university) ④ Two Official transcript of academic records and a certificate of (prospective) diploma from the last school attended ⑤ Passport copies of the applicant and both parent or other official documents attesting to the nationality of the applicant and both parents ⑥ Official documents that verify the family relationship between the applicant and both parents ⑦ Documents validating language proficiency
  • Optional Documents: ① Documentary evidence demonstrating the applicant’s ability to successfully pursue academic studies (English abstract of thesis/dissertation, research achievement, or various awards) (Only for applicable candidates) ② A certificate of former employment (Only for applicable candidates) ③ A copy of alien registration card issued by Korean government (Only for foreigners residing in Korea)
Application Type
  • Admission for International Students (Document Screening and Interview(for students who passed document screening))
CONTACT Information
  • Visit or mail documents to GSIS office
Ewha-KOICA Master’s Program in Women Content
  • Program Title: Master's Degree Program in International Studies (Women and Development)
    Duration: February, 2013 ~ June, 2014 (16 Months)
    Objectives:
     - To secure a pool of future international experts with the professionalism and competence needed for international development cooperation.
     - To educate women professionals equipped with solid understanding of development issues and practical skills to meet the global challenge.
     - To share the Korean experience and knowledge with other developing countries, which will enhance their ability to further their expertise in the areas of economic development and quality of life improvements.
     - To empower women leaders to enhance the intellectual mindset and talent of their home country’s human resource capabilities.
  • Training Institute
     - Graduate School of International Studies, Ewha Womans University(http://gsis.ewha.ac.kr)
     - Ewha-KOICA Webpage (http://gsis.ewha.ac.kr/ekoica)
    Number of Participants: 30 persons
    Language: English fluency that requires no translation
Professors
  • 20 Faculty members including Full time, invited, Adjunct, Distinguished faculty (as of September 2012) (part time lecturer are not listed)
Eligibility For Application
  • Women only
  • Government official or employee in public sector with a Bachelor’s Degree or higher
     * Private sector employees are not eligible. However, if the applicant works in a development non-governmental organization(NGO) or UN-associated organization, she can apply on the condition that she obtains are commendation from the government ministry which covers the organization.
     - Be nominated by her Government
     - Have sufficient command of both spoken & written English to take classes conducted entirely in English
     - Be in good health, both physically and mentally, to complete the program(Pregnancy is regarded as a disqualifying condition for participating in this program)
     - Have not participated in a KOICA program or should be 5 years out of participation in a KOICA training program Be a citizen of the Scholarship Program target country
Application Period Mid November
Required Documents
  • KOICA application form Completed Application Form of Ewha GSIS (Available from the Ewha GSIS homepage : http://gsis.ewha.ac.kr&http://gsis.ewha.ac.kr/ekoica)
    ○ Statement of Purpose (250-500 words in English, typed)
  • One letter of recommendation from a professor or an expert in a field related to International Development
  • One letter of recommendation from the present working organization
  • Photocopied college diplomas or proof of prospective graduation (Applicants must carry the original diplomas to Korea if selected)
  • Official undergraduate academic transcript (Please make sure that the AGPA and total score is mentioned)
     - Transfer students must submit official transcripts from all colleges or university-level educational institutions they attended.
  • English-proficiency test result from one of the following: TOEFL or IELTS (if applicable)
     - The most recent scores are preferred, and must be less than two years from the application deadline.
     - Exemption: International students whose native language is English or who have received a BA or MA from an accredited English-speaking institution
  • Certificate of Employment (if applicable)
  • Copy of passport (If the passport is yet issued please send your national ID card. As soon as the passport is issued, please send the copy of the passport)
  • Two passport-size photos

    ※ All documents (Diplomas, Transcripts, Statement of Purpose, Recommendation Letters, etc.) must be original in English.
    ※ Please refer to the following site for further information:
     - Ewha GSIS: http://gsis.ewha.ac.kr
     - Ewha-KOICA: http://gsis.ewha.ac.kr/ekoica
Application Type
  • Document Review
  • Phone Interview & Written Essay Exam
CONTACT Information CONTACT Information
  • KOICA (http://www.koica.go.kr) Training Team II Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) 481 Daewangpangeoro, Sujeong-gu, Seongnam-Si, 461-833

    Gyeonggi-do Republic of Korea
    E-mail address:
    Tel: +82-31-740-0415    Fax: +82-31-740-0655
  • Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS), Ewha Womans University (http://gsis.ewha.ac.kr)
    Ewha-KOICAProgramCoordinator
    Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS), Ewha Womans University, Ewhayeodae-gil 52, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul,
    120-750, Republic of Korea
    E-mail address:
    Tel: +82-2-3277-3655    Fax: +82-2-365-0942

Foreign Language Course

Foreign Language Course
Course Number Content Eligibility Remark
all the courses of TESOL     all Graduate School of Teaching Language of Foreign Studies
some courses of TeCSOL   some courses of TeCSOL TeCSOL all students
International Studies   All courses offered by department of International Studies is taught in English. Please refer to attached curriculum. all Graduate School of International Studies
Modern Korean Literature 20 This course provides a comprehensive overview of Korean culture and history as it is represented in Korean literature. Rather than following a historical timeline, the course examines some of the major literary works from the 20th century Korea(s) arranged by wide range of topics such as modernism, gender identity, colonial/post-colonialism, diaspora, and revolutionary aesthetics.
Modern Korean History 20 This course will seek to provide students a broad understanding of Korean history over the last a hundred years. Rather than simply provide a ruling class history, this course will attempt to bring other histories to light, including those of modernism, colonialism, and other political issues.
Korean Visual Culture 20 This course explores the relationship of the visual representations of Korean values. We explore the evolution of visual culture and images in historical context and technical changing as well.
Seminar in Korean StudiesⅠ 20 This course is intended and designed to explore Korean studies's tendency in comtemporary period with a comprehensive overview.
Seminar in Korean StudiesⅡ 20
Special Topics in Korean StudiesⅠ 20 This course will provide the overview of Korean language and culture, which will help the students to be able to identify the Koreans and Korean sociocultural phenomenon. The topics of the course include Hallyu, Hanguel, Historical role of women in Korean Society, Religion, Ideology, and Belief systems, Food and Drinking culture, Korean language and patter of communication, and physical and visual arts.
Special Topics in Korean StudiesⅡ 20
Advanced Korean StudiesⅠ 20 This course explores various field of the Korean studies as socio- cultural perspectives. The students will do a research on their own study and also they can make progress it systematically.
Advanced Korean StudiesⅡ 20
Research II   Research II   Ewha Graduate School
Advanced Research II   Advanced Research II  
Special Topics in Life Sciences IV   Special Topics in Life Sciences IV  
Conservation Biology   Conservation Biology  
Practice of Computer Programs in Molecular Ecology   Practice of Computer Programs in Molecular Ecology  
Algebraic Number Theory Ⅱ   Algebraic Number Theory Ⅱ  
Advertising Design and Promotion Design II   Advertising Design and Promotion Design II  
Digital Media Studies   Digital Media Studies  
Color Planning-Project   Color Planning-Project  
Basic Principles of Color   Basic Principles of Color  
Introduction to Educational Administration   Introduction to Educational Administration  
Seminar in Statistics Ⅰ   Seminar in Statistics Ⅰ  
The Rise of the Novel   The Rise of the Novel  
American Minority Literature   American Minority Literature  
Classical Electrodynamics II   Classical Electrodynamics II  
Nano Material Science II   Nano Material Science II  
BioNanotechnology   BioNanotechnology  
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry   Advanced Inorganic Chemistry  
Advanced Pharmaceutics   Advanced Pharmaceutics  
Pharmaceutical Care in Respiratory and Gastrointestinal System   Pharmaceutical Care in Respiratory and Gastrointestinal System  
Drug Design   Drug Design  
Academic English II   Academic English II  
Professional Writing II   Professional Writing II  
P.R. and Travel Writing   P.R. and Travel Writing  
Seminar on Advanced Econometrics   Seminar on Advanced Econometrics  
Organometallic Chemistry   Organometallic Chemistry  
Research Method in Instructional Technology   Research Method in Instructional Technology  
Theory of Asset Pricing   Theory of Asset Pricing  
Advanced Studies in Contemporary Sociological Theories   Advanced Studies in Contemporary Sociological Theories  
Protein Nutrition and Metabolism   Protein Nutrition and Metabolism  
Advanced Science of Food Preparation   Advanced Science of Food Preparation  
Topics in Education of History of Living and Cultural of Korea   Topics in Education of History of Living and Cultural of Korea  
Integrated Curriculum in the Social StudiesⅠ   Integrated Curriculum in the Social StudiesⅠ  
Nursing Research   Nursing Research  
Israel in the Hellenistic Period   Israel in the Hellenistic Period  
Chemistry in Culture and Context   Chemistry in Culture and Context  
Selection and Application of Biological Material   Selection and Application of Biological Material  
Advanced Artificial Intelligence   Advanced Artificial Intelligence  
Advanced 3D Game Animation   Advanced 3D Game Animation  
Advanced Topics in Database   Advanced Topics in Database  
Experimental Design & Statistical Analysis   Experimental Design & Statistical Analysis  
Research Design & Methodology in Language Pathology   Research Design & Methodology in Language Pathology  
Multimedia Mobile Communication Network   Multimedia Mobile Communication Network  
Design of Prestressed Concrete   Design of Prestressed Concrete  
Advanced Mechanics of Materials   Advanced Mechanics of Materials  
Decision Making in Construction Projects   Decision Making in Construction Projects  
Environmental Statistics   Environmental Statistics  
Numerical Weather Prediction and Modeling   Numerical Weather Prediction and Modeling  
Wetland Ecology   Wetland Ecology  
Atmospheric Chemical Reactions   Atmospheric Chemical Reactions  
Energy·environmental Materials   Energy·environmental Materials  
Introduction to Bioinspired Science II   Introduction to Bioinspired Science II  
Research IV   Research IV  
Advanced Research IV   Advanced Research IV  
Climate and Environmental Physics   Climate and Environmental Physics  
Ecosystem Conservation Biological Engineering   Ecosystem Conservation Biological Engineering  
Advanced Energy Engineering   Advanced Energy Engineering  
Advanced micro and nano systems engineering   Advanced micro and nano systems engineering  
Evolutionary Biology II   Evolutionary Biology II  
Climate Physics   Climate Physics  
Atmospheric Science Seminar Ⅱ   Atmospheric Science Seminar Ⅱ  
Numerical Modeling and Prediction I   Numerical Modeling and Prediction I  
Meteorological Computation II   Meteorological Computation II  
Climate and Energy   Climate and Energy  
Satellite Observations and Their applications in numerical weather prediction   Satellite Observations and Their applications in numerical weather prediction  
Understanding of Carbon Cycle   Understanding of Carbon Cycle  
Advanced Neuroelectric Prostheses   Advanced Neuroelectric Prostheses  
The Global Carbon Cycle   The Global Carbon Cycle  
Neurobiology of Mental Illness   Neurobiology of Mental Illness  
Golf   Golf   Undergraduate
The World & Christianity   The World & Christianity  
Psychological Understanding of Human Beings   Psychological Understanding of Human Beings  
Tennis   Tennis  
Korean Ceramics I   Korean Ceramics I  
Korean Ceramics II   Korean Ceramics II  
Gender in the Making: History and Culture of Korea   Gender in the Making: History and Culture of Korea  
Globalization and Sport   Globalization and Sport  
Elementary Chinese   Elementary Chinese  
Religion and Culture in Modern Korea   Religion and Culture in Modern Korea  
Directed Independent StudiesI   Directed Independent StudiesI  
Introduction to Music Therapy   Introduction to Music Therapy  
Directed Independent StudiesII   Directed Independent StudiesII  
Asian-American Literature: A Brief Survey   Asian-American Literature: A Brief Survey  
Understanding World Heritage in Korea   Understanding World Heritage in Korea  
Women, Culture, and Migration from Global Perspective   Women,Culture,and Migration from Global Perspective  
Behavior of Animals   Behavior of Animals  
Yacht   Yacht  
Introduction to Logic   Introduction to Logic  
Women in Korean History   Women in Korean History  
Plant Diversity and Macroevolution   Plant Diversity and Macroevolution  
Women and Music in Cross-cultural Perspective   Women and Music in Cross-cultural Perspective  
Korean Traditional Music   Korean Traditional Music  
Theory and Practice in Media Literacy   Theory and Practice in Media Literacy  
Understanding Computer Graphics   Understanding Computer Graphics  
Major Issues in Korean Politics   Major Issues in Korean Politics  
Therapeutic Use of Music on Human Behavior   Therapeutic Use of Music on Human Behavior  
Language Development and Usage   Language Development and Usage  
Language and Culture of Korea   Language and Culture of Korea  
Social Policy and Gender   Social Policy and Gender  
Diversity in Culture and Language   Diversity in Culture and Language  
Pop Goes Korea: Korean Media & Culture   Pop Goes Korea: Korean Media & Culture  
Theology of Mission   Theology of Mission  
Calculus II   Calculus II  
General Physics Laboratory II   General Physics Laboratory II  
General Biology II   General Biology II  
General Chemistry II   General Chemistry II  
Differential Geometry II   Differential Geometry II  
Linear Algebra II   Linear Algebra II  
Topology II   Topology II  
Computer Architecture   Computer Architecture  
Computer Graphics   Computer Graphics  
Advanced Physics Laboratory   Advanced Physics Laboratory  
Physics Laboratory II   Physics Laboratory II  
Theories of Waves and Optics   Theories of Waves and Optics  
Physical Chemistry I   Physical Chemistry I  
Organic Chemistry II   Organic Chemistry II  
Molecular Biology I   Molecular Biology I  
Molecular Evolution   Molecular Evolution  
Measure and Probability   Measure and Probability  
Chamber Music IV   Chamber Music IV  
String Ensemble II   String Ensemble II  
Korean Musical Literature II   Korean Musical Literature II  
Korean Music Accompanying Technique II   Korean Music Accompanying Technique II  
Korean Chamber Music II   Korean Chamber Music II  
Korean Music Ensemble II   Korean Music Ensemble II  
Korean Music Ensemble IV   Korean Music Ensemble IV  
Korean Painting Studio II   Korean Painting Studio II  
Drawing Workshop II   Drawing Workshop II  
Painting & Material   Painting & Material  
Graphic Art II   Graphic Art II  
EarlyChildhood Development and Education   Early Childhood Development and Education  
Public Speech in English   Public Speech in English  
Special Topics in Economic Education   Special Topics in Economic Education  
Field Research in Special Education   Field Research in Special Education  
Introductory Earth Science   Introductory Earth Science  
International Law II   International Law II  
Macroeconomics   Macroeconomics  
Seminars on Economics   Seminars on Economics  
Microeconomics   Microeconomics  
Statistics for Business   Statistics for Business  
Marketing Management   Marketing Management  
Cost/Management Accounting   Cost/Management Accounting    
Financial Management   Financial Management  
Human Resource Development   Human Resource Development  
Nursing Management   Nursing Management  
Gerontological Nursing   Gerontological Nursing  
Pharmaceutical Biochemistry II   Pharmaceutical Biochemistry II  
Nutrition throughout t he life cycle   Nutrition throughout the life cycle  
General Physics II   General Physics II  
Korean Chamber Music IV   Korean Chamber Music IV  
Sampling Survey Methods   Sampling Survey Methods  
Animal Behavior   Animal Behavior  
String Ensemble IV   String Ensemble IV  
Painting II   Painting II  
Teaching Listening and Speaking in English as a Foreign Language   Teaching Listening and Speaking in English as a Foreign Language  
Advanced English Composition   Advanced English Composition  
Survey of English and American Literature II   Survey of English and American Literature II  
Topics in Koran History Education   Topics in Koran History Education  
Learning-Instructional Theory   Learning-Instructional Theory  
Research Methods I n Education   Research Methods in Education  
Advanced Calculus II   Advanced Calculus II  
Measure and Integration   Measure and Integration  
State and Market   State and Market  
Managing Organization Behavior   Managing Organization Behavior  
Management Information Systems   Management Information Systems  
Production & Operations Management   Production & Operations Management  
Marketing Strategy   Marketing Strategy  
Fluid Mechanics and Lab   Fluid Mechanics and Lab  
Family Psychology   Family Psychology  
Community Health   Community Health  
Reading in Social Sciences   Reading in Social Sciences  
Nursing Issues   Nursing Issues  
Study on the Prophets of Israel   Study on the Prophets of Israel  
Organic Chemistry Laboratory Ⅱ   Organic Chemistry Laboratory Ⅱ  
Women & Society   Women & Society  
Electromaganetics II   Electromaganetics II  
Psychological Approach to Mass Communication   Psychological Approach to Mass Communication  
Human Physiology in Nutrition   Human Physiology in Nutrition  
Principles of Accounting Information   Principles of Accounting Information  
Corporate Education   Corporate Education  
Reading Practice in English   Reading Practice in English  

Korean Language Education Course

Korean Language Education Course
Course Number Time Eligibility Required Documents Fee
Intensive program Approximately 15 students
  • 10weeks per semester (Total Class Hours: 200 hours)
  • class Schedule (mon~fri)
Foreigners or ethnic Korean overseas with at least a high school diploma.
  • An admission application [Ewha Language Center Form, include 1photo]:Download the form at the Ewha language Center website. [http://elc.ewha.ac.kr]
  • A copy of passport
  • A copy of alien registration card [only for current visa holders]
  • A graduation [or enrollment] certificate of the most recently attended school
  • Bank statement under applicant's name with more than 3000USD. [in case of D-4 visa application]
  • Certificate of insurance including the guarantee of illness and injury]
  • Additional documents may be requested of needed.
    ※ The registration deadline is 2 months before the general deadline for the applicants with Chinese nationality since the confirmation of visa issuance needs to be applied through the school. Contact us by e-mail or phone about the documents needed for the registration process.
Tuition Admission Fee: 60,000KRW Tuition fee: 1,430,000KRW
※ Textbook cost [53,000KRW~60,000KRW]isn not included.
※ The tuition fees above are based on April 2012 and may change without advanced notice.
Surplus or unpaid amount due to the currency difference will be calculated after the semester begins.
SHORT-TERM PROGRAM Approximately 15 students
  • 3 weeks per semester (Total Class Hours: 60 hours)
  • class Schedule (mon~fri)
Foreigners or ethnic Korean overseas with at least high school diploma
  • An admission application (Ewha Language Center Form, include 1 photo):Download the form at the Ewha Language Center website.(http://elc.ewha.ac.kr)
  • A copy of passport
  • A copy of alien registration card (only for current visa holders)
  • A graduation (or enrollment) certificate from the most recently attended school
  • Certificate of insurance (including the guarantee of illness and injury)
    ※ Additional documents may be requested if needed.
Tuition AdmissionFee:40,000KRW Tuition Fee: 660,000KRW
※ Textbook cost(26,000KRW) is not included.
※ The tuition fees above are based on April 2012 and may change without advanced notice.
※ Surplus or unpaid amount due to the currency difference will be calculated after the semester begins.
Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) Program Approximately 15 students
  • 6 weeks pre semester (Total Class Hours: 48hours)
  • class Schedule (mon, wed, fri)
Students preparing for the TOPIK exam
  • An admission application (Ewha Language Center Form, include 1 photo):Download the form at the Ewha Language Center website. (http://elc.ewha.ac.kr)
  • A copy of passport
  • A copy of alien registration card (only for current visa holders)
  • A graduation (or enrollment) certificate from the most recently attended school
  • application form
  • transation receipt
Tuition Fee : 40,000KRW
The tuition fees above are based on April 2012 and may change without advanced notice.
※ Surplus or unpaid amount due to the currency difference will be calculated after the semester begins.

Tuition Fee & Scholarship

Tuition Fee (per semester)

Tuition Fee (per semester)
Classification Fee Entrance Fee Total
Undergraduate College of Liberal Arts 3,121 839 3,960
College of Natural Sciences 3,743 839 4,583
College of Arts 4,368 839 5,207
Graduate School College of Liberal Arts 4,180 857 5,037
College of Natural Sciences 4,757 857 5,613
College of Arts 5,518 857 6,375
Professional Graduate School ALL 5,000 888 5,888
Special Graduate School ALL 4,639 888 5,527

Scholarship For International Student

Scholarship For International Student
Classification Name Specific Information
Undergraduate School EGPP (Ewha Global Partnership Program) Object
  • Undergraduate (freshmen): maximum four years
  • Undergraduate(Transfer): maximum 2years
    ※ The scholarship is granted on condition that the ecipient maintains her degree program and major
Eligibility Applicant from a developing country who demonstrate high potential to become a female leader, and apply for undergraduate or graduate program via special admission for international students.
Amount The scholarship covers admission fee, all of the tuition fee, on-campus dormitory fee, stipend plus airfare
IES F4 (International Exchange Scholarship) (Full tuition fee-4years) Object Maximum four years
※ There is grade scale forn continuous benefit
Eligibility International student who is deemed capable of contributing to international exchange in education and who applies for undergraduate program(freshmen) via special admission for international students.
Amount Full tuition fee (including admission fee)
IES H4
(Half tuition fee-4years)
Object Maximum four years
※ There is grade scale forn continuous benefit
Eligibility International student who is deemed capable of contributing to international exchange in education and who applies for undergraduate program(freshmen) via special admission for international students.
Amount Half of tuition fee (including admission fee)
IES F2
(Full tuition fee-2years)
Object Maximum two years
※ There is grade scale for continuous benefit
Eligibility International student who is deemed capable of contributing to international exchange in education and who applies for undergraduate program or graduate program via special admission for international students.
Amount Full tuition fee (including admission fee)
IES H2
(Half tuition fee-2years)
Object Maximum two years
※ There is grade scale for continuous benefit
Eligibility International student who is deemed capable of contributing to international exchange in education and who applies for undergraduate program or graduate program via special admission for international students.
Amount Half of tuition fee (including admission fee)
IES F1
(Full tuition fee-1year)
Object One year
Eligibility International student who is deemed capable of contributing to international exchange in education and who applies for undergraduate program or graduate program via special admission for international students.
Amount Full tuition fee (including admission fee)
IES H1
(Half tuition fee-1year)
Object One year
Eligibility International student who is deemed capable of contributing to international exchange in education and who applies for undergraduate program or graduate program via special admission for international students.
Amount Half of tuition fee (including admission fee)
IES E
(Entrance fee)
Object The first semester
Eligibility International student who is deemed capable of contributing to international exchange in education and who applies for undergraduate program or graduate program via special admission for international students.
Amount Much of entrance fee (or admission fee)
Ewha Language Center Scholarship in Excellence in Korean Language Object The first semester
Eligibility International freshmen students (transfer students not eligible) who have both finished at least more than 3 semesters and completed Level 6 of the Korean Intensive Program at Ewha Language Center
Amount Part of tuition fee
Graduate EGPP
(Ewha Global Partnership Program)
Object
  • Graduate School (): maximum 2 years
  • Graduate School (Doctoral): maximum 3 years
  • Graduate School (Master&Doctoral): maximum 3 years
    ※ The scholarship is granted on condition that the recipient maintains her degree program and major
Eligibility Applicant from a developing country who demonstrate high potential to become a female leader, and apply for undergraduate or graduate program via special admission for international students.
Amount The scholarship covers admission fee, all of the tuition fee, on-campus dormitory fee, stipend plus airfare
IES F3
(Full tuition fee-3years)
Object International student who is deemed capable of contributing to international exchange in education and who applies for undergraduate program or graduate program via special admission for international students.
Eligibility Maximum 3 years
※ There is grade scale for continuous benefit
Amount Full tuition fee (including admission fee)
IES H3
(Half tuition fee-3years)
Object Maximum 3 years
※ There is grade scale for continuous benefit
Eligibility International student who is deemed capable of contributing to international exchange in education and who applies for undergraduate program or graduate program via special admission for international students.
Amount Half of tuition fee (including admission fee)
Graduate IES F2
(Full tuition fee-2years)
Object Maximum 2 years
※ There is grade scale for continuous benefit
Eligibility International student who is deemed capable of contributing to international exchange in education and who applies for undergraduate program or graduate program via special admission for international students.
Amount Full tuition fee (including admission fee)
IESH2
(Half tuition fee-2years)
Object Maximum 2 years
※ There is grade scale for continuous benefit
Eligibility International student who is deemed capable of contributing to international exchange in education and who applies for undergraduate program or graduate program via special admission for international students.
Amount Half of tuition fee (including admission fee)
IES F1
(Full tuition fee-1year)
Object One year
Eligibility International student who is deemed capable of contributing to international exchange in education and who applies for undergraduate program or graduate program via special admission for international students.
Amount Full tuition fee (including admission fee)
IES H1
(Half tuition fee-1year
Object One year
Eligibility International student who is deemed capable of contributing to international exchange in education and who applies for undergraduate program or graduate program via special admission for international students.
Amount Half of tuition fee (including admission fee)
IES E
(Entrance fee)
Object The first semester
Eligibility International student who is deemed capable of contributing to international exchange in education and who applies for undergraduate program or graduate program via special admission for international students.
Amount Much of entrance fee (or admission fee)

Dormitory

Dormitory
Classification Type Number Facilities Fee Special Room
Undergraduate 2 bedrooms or single room   a bed, closet, desk, refrigerator, etc.
  • 733,000 KRW/semester (except vacation)
    ※ Entrance fee : 120,000 KRW (additional charge)
  • Meal Plan: 416,500KRW/month (50 meals)
Dining hall, gym, study room, prayer room, computer room, lounge, laundry room, cafeteria, kitchen in each floor are available.
Graduate 2 bedrooms or single room   a bed, closet, desk, refrigerator, etc.
  • Type of room; 2 bedrooms or single room
  • Main facilities
    - Each room includes a bed, closet, desk, refrigerator, etc.
    - Gym, seminar room, computer room, common room, prayer room, laundry room, cafeteria, kitchen in each floor are available.
Dining hall, gym, study room, prayer room, computer room, lounge, laundry room, cafeteria, kitchen in each floor are available.

Location

Subway at Ewha Womans University

Subway Green line #2 Ewha Womans Univ. Station

Buslines at Ewha Womans University

Ewha Womans Univ. Station
  - Blue : 163, 170, 171, 172, 270, 271, 273, 371, 472, 602, 603, 700, 705, 721, 751
  - Green : 5711, 5712, 5713, 5714, 6716, 7017, 7611, 7712
  - Red : 1000,1100, 1200, 9600, 9602, 9706
Ewha Back Gate
  - Blue : 161, 370, 470, 601, 708, 750, 751
  - Green : 6714, 7017, 7736, 7737
  - Red : 9101, 9600, 9601, 9602, 9706, 9713
  - Yellow : 7736, 7737

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