Kyungpook National University
80, Daehak-ro, Buk-gu, Daegu, Korea
Kyungpook National University is located in Daegu in the southeastern part of Korea. Daegu is the third largest city in Korea with a population of approximately 2.5 million and conveniently located in relation to Seoul and Busan.
Founded in 1946, KNU now has 15 faculties and 10 graduate schools with over 27,000 students.
|Accommodations:||http://en.knu.ac.kr/ - click on International Programs, then Student Exchange Program|
|External Funding Available:||Yes|
Spring Semester: March - mid June
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 exchange students by e-mail with instructions on course registration.
Exchange students can take up to 21 academic credits per semester, and most courses are worth three credits.
|Program Type:||Exchange , Summer school , Internship|
|Language:||English , Native language|
|Available Subjects:||business and entrepreneurship|
|Summer School Information:||http://en.knu.ac.kr/04_program/program01_4.html|
|Additional Information:||Possibility to do a part-time internship during the term or full time internship during the summer. See http://en.knu.ac.kr/04_program/program01_1.html for details. Students participating to the summer school are counted under the exchange programme and pay per course tuition to UNB.|