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Ewha Womans University

梨花女子大学校

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経営形態
私立

大学概要

1886年、梨花はメアリー・F・スクラントン女史により韓国初の近代女子教育機関として設立された。最高水準の教授陣、充実の施設を備え、世界から優秀な学生が集まり、未来のリーダーを育成している名門大学である。大学のあるイデ周辺は学生街で、お店や食堂、カフェなどが立ち並ぶ便利な立地である。※交換留学では男子学生も受入可能。


提供プログラム
EX-R(English), EX-R(Korean)

Code, Institution, Program and Language
7, Ewha Womans University, EX-R, English
Current State
確定情報
Note from CIE office
※英語で実施されている科目に制限がありますので、ご注意ください。The majority of study programs at Ewha Womans University are offered in Korean.Therefore, good knowledge of the English language is necessary for a successful academic stay.
Beginning of the Program
Early March
Q1: Name of your institution in English
Ewha Womans University
Q2: Please provide a web link of your institution's general information. (Including location, departments or the number of students and so on.)
http://oia.ewha.ac.kr
Q3-1: Academic calendar - Beginning of spring semester
Early March
Q3-2 Academic calendar - End of spring semester
Late June
Q3-3: Academic calendar - Beginning of fall semester
Early September
Q3-4: Academic calendar - End of fall semester
Late December
Q3-5: Academic calendar - If you do not adopt the semester system, please provide information of your academic calendar.
http://www.ewha.ac.kr/mbs/ewhaen/jsp/academic_calender/academic_calender.jsp?id=ewhaen_030600000000&academicIdx=199935
Q4-1: Are there any schools/departments that you do NOT allow exchange students from Waseda to be enrolled?
Yes
Q4-2: If yes, please provide the list of schools/departments which are NOT open to exchange students from Waseda.
Graduate- The (Professional) Graduate School of Translation and Interpretation, and Medicine and The (Special) Graduate School of Education, Design, Social Welfare, Theology, Policy Sciences, Performing Arts, Clinical & Public Health Convergence, Clinical Dentistry, Teaching Foreign Languages courses are not available. - The Graduate School of International Studies courses may be available depending on course policy - English-taught Law School courses are available. - The Graduate School of Business courses are available for MA(master) students. Undergraduate- Nursing, Medicine, Pharmacy, and Education courses are not available. - Art & Design, Music, ELTEC Engineering, Scranton Honors Program courses may be available depending on course policy. Local university exchange- Local university exchange courses are not available. (Yoensei,Sogang,etc)
Q5: How many students do you accept for next academic year?
2
Q6: Do you accept Waseda students for one semester only?
-
Q7-1: Please check the qualifications necessary for Waseda UNDERGRADUATE students at the time of their enrollment.
Undergraduate Student with at least 1 semester completed
Q7-2: Please check the qualifications necessary for Waseda GRADUATE (Master) students at the time of their enrollment.
Graduate (Master) Student with 1 semester completed
Q7-3: Please check the qualifications necessary for Waseda GRADUATE (Doctor) students at the time of their enrollment.
No Graduate (Doctor) Student
Q8-1: Do Waseda students need to have specific study background for participating in the program?
No
Q8-2: (If yes,) please describe the requirements:
-
Q9-1: Do you have any limitations regarding the nationality of applicants?
No
Q9-2: (If yes,) please describe the details:
-
Q10-1: Do you have GPA requirement?
Yes
Q10-2: GPA requirement on a 4-point scale
2.5
Q11-1: In which languages are classes mainly conducted?
English
Q11-2: (If others,) which language is it?
-
Q12-A-1: Minimum language requirements for classes conducted in English (TOEFL iBT)
61*
Q12-A-2: Minimum section score if necessary (TOEFL iBT - listening section)
-
Q12-A-3: Minimum section score if necessary (TOEFL iBT - reading section)
-
Q12-A-4: Minimum section score if necessary (TOEFL iBT - writing section)
-
Q12-A-5: Minimum section score if necessary (TOEFL iBT - speaking section)
-
Q12-B-1: Minimum language requirements for classes conducted in English (IELTS)
5.5*
Q12-B-2: Minimum section score if necessary (IELTS - listening section)
-
Q12-B-3: Minimum section score if necessary (IELTS - reading section)
-
Q12-B-4: Minimum section score if necessary (IELTS - writing section)
-
Q12-B-5: Minimum section score if necessary (IELTS - speaking section)
-
Q12-C: Other English tests and its required score/level. Also, if there are any higher requirements for entering specific schools/ GRADUATE schools than the scores mentioned in Q12-A-1 - Q12-B-5, please specify them.
* TOEFL iBT61 TOEFL ITP500 IELTS 5.5 for internal screening at Waseda
Q13-1: Minimum requirements for language other than English
-
Q13-2: Please describe the detail. (e.g. Chinese HSK 5 / French DELF B2 / Proficient in German)
-
Q14-1: Is it possible for Waseda Exchange students to take only local language courses on a fee-waived basis?
No
Q14-2: (If yes,) how long does it run?
-
Q14-3: (If yes,) How many class hours per week of local language courses do you offer?
-
Q15-1: What is the number of credits you would recommend an international student to take?
9 to 18(Undergrad) 6 to 18 (Graduate)
Q15-2: If you do not adopt semester system, please provide information above based on your academic calendar.
-
Q16-1: Approximately how many courses conducted in English do you offer for UNDERGRADUATE exchange students per year?
Over 50
Q16-2: Approximately how many courses conducted in English do you offer for GRADUATE exchange students per year?
Over 50
Q16-3: Please provide an English-taught course list or a search engine.
http://www.ewha.ac.kr/mbs/ewhaen/subview.jsp?id=ewhaen_031103000000
Q17-1: Are Waseda students able to take courses across departments/schools?
Yes
Q17-2: Are there any restrictions regarding course requirements (e.g. programs not open to exchange students) or other specific information about the curriculum?
Graduate- The (Professional) Graduate School of Translation and Interpretation, and Medicine and The (Special) Graduate School of Education, Design, Social Welfare, Theology, Policy Sciences, Performing Arts, Clinical & Public Health Convergence, Clinical Dentistry, Teaching Foreign Languages courses are not available. - The Graduate School of International Studies courses may be available depending on course policy - English-taught Law School courses are available. - The Graduate School of Business courses are available for MA(master) students. Undergraduate- Nursing, Medicine, Pharmacy, and Education courses are not available. - Art & Design, Music, ELTEC Engineering, Scranton Honors Program courses may be available depending on course policy. Local university exchange- Local university exchange courses are not available. (Yoensei,Sogang,etc)
Q18: Types of accommodation available for students
Dormitory
Q19-1: What is the currency unit in your country? - (e.g. US dollar)
KRW
Q19-2: How much should Waseda students prepare to pay for their accommodation?
700,000
Q19-3: How much should Waseda students prepare to pay for their food?
400,000
Q20: Please provide some other information or web link related to accommodation, living costs, or any other mandatory fees.
http://my.ewha.ac.kr/engdorm/ * Please note that the on-campus dorm is not guaranteed.
Q21-1: Waseda students must purchase an insurance plan designated by Waseda. Additionally, are the students required to purchase a compulsory insurance plan (e.g., health insurance plan) designated by your university or country?
No
Q21-2: (If yes,) How much would it cost?
-
Q22: Please provide comments or any other useful information (e.g. fact sheet URL, visa, orientation, local information) if available.
http://oia.ewha.ac.kr
Code, Institution, Program and Language
8, Ewha Womans University, EX-R, Korean
Current State
確定情報
Note from CIE office
-
Beginning of the Program
Early March
Q1: Name of your institution in English
Ewha Womans University
Q2: Please provide a web link of your institution's general information. (Including location, departments or the number of students and so on.)
http://oia.ewha.ac.kr
Q3-1: Academic calendar - Beginning of spring semester
Early March
Q3-2 Academic calendar - End of spring semester
Late June
Q3-3: Academic calendar - Beginning of fall semester
Early September
Q3-4: Academic calendar - End of fall semester
Late December
Q3-5: Academic calendar - If you do not adopt the semester system, please provide information of your academic calendar.
http://www.ewha.ac.kr/mbs/ewhaen/jsp/academic_calender/academic_calender.jsp?id=ewhaen_030600000000&academicIdx=199935
Q4-1: Are there any schools/departments that you do NOT allow exchange students from Waseda to be enrolled?
Yes
Q4-2: If yes, please provide the list of schools/departments which are NOT open to exchange students from Waseda.
Graduate- The (Professional) Graduate School of Translation and Interpretation, and Medicine and The (Special) Graduate School of Education, Design, Social Welfare, Theology, Policy Sciences, Performing Arts, Clinical & Public Health Convergence, Clinical Dentistry, Teaching Foreign Languages courses are not available. - The Graduate School of International Studies courses may be available depending on course policy - English-taught Law School courses are available. - The Graduate School of Business courses are available for MA(master) students. Undergraduate- Nursing, Medicine, Pharmacy, and Education courses are not available. - Art & Design, Music, ELTEC Engineering, Scranton Honors Program courses may be available depending on course policy. Local university exchange- Local university exchange courses are not available. (Yoensei,Sogang,etc)
Q5: How many students do you accept for next academic year?
2
Q6: Do you accept Waseda students for one semester only?
-
Q7-1: Please check the qualifications necessary for Waseda UNDERGRADUATE students at the time of their enrollment.
Undergraduate Student with at least 1 semester completed
Q7-2: Please check the qualifications necessary for Waseda GRADUATE (Master) students at the time of their enrollment.
Graduate (Master) Student with 1 semester completed
Q7-3: Please check the qualifications necessary for Waseda GRADUATE (Doctor) students at the time of their enrollment.
No Graduate (Doctor) Student
Q8-1: Do Waseda students need to have specific study background for participating in the program?
No
Q8-2: (If yes,) please describe the requirements:
-
Q9-1: Do you have any limitations regarding the nationality of applicants?
No
Q9-2: (If yes,) please describe the details:
-
Q10-1: Do you have GPA requirement?
Yes
Q10-2: GPA requirement on a 4-point scale
2.5
Q11-1: In which languages are classes mainly conducted?
Korean
Q11-2: (If others,) which language is it?
-
Q12-A-1: Minimum language requirements for classes conducted in English (TOEFL iBT)
-
Q12-A-2: Minimum section score if necessary (TOEFL iBT - listening section)
-
Q12-A-3: Minimum section score if necessary (TOEFL iBT - reading section)
-
Q12-A-4: Minimum section score if necessary (TOEFL iBT - writing section)
-
Q12-A-5: Minimum section score if necessary (TOEFL iBT - speaking section)
-
Q12-B-1: Minimum language requirements for classes conducted in English (IELTS)
-
Q12-B-2: Minimum section score if necessary (IELTS - listening section)
-
Q12-B-3: Minimum section score if necessary (IELTS - reading section)
-
Q12-B-4: Minimum section score if necessary (IELTS - writing section)
-
Q12-B-5: Minimum section score if necessary (IELTS - speaking section)
-
Q12-C: Other English tests and its required score/level. Also, if there are any higher requirements for entering specific schools/ GRADUATE schools than the scores mentioned in Q12-A-1 - Q12-B-5, please specify them.
-
Q13-1: Minimum requirements for language other than English
No Certificate required
Q13-2: Please describe the detail. (e.g. Chinese HSK 5 / French DELF B2 / Proficient in German)
Ewha does not require language proficiency test score. Students should be able to take courses either in English or Korean.
Q14-1: Is it possible for Waseda Exchange students to take only local language courses on a fee-waived basis?
No
Q14-2: (If yes,) how long does it run?
-
Q14-3: (If yes,) How many class hours per week of local language courses do you offer?
-
Q15-1: What is the number of credits you would recommend an international student to take?
9 to 18(Undergrad) 6 to 18 (Graduate)
Q15-2: If you do not adopt semester system, please provide information above based on your academic calendar.
-
Q16-1: Approximately how many courses conducted in English do you offer for UNDERGRADUATE exchange students per year?
-
Q16-2: Approximately how many courses conducted in English do you offer for GRADUATE exchange students per year?
-
Q16-3: Please provide an English-taught course list or a search engine.
-
Q17-1: Are Waseda students able to take courses across departments/schools?
Yes
Q17-2: Are there any restrictions regarding course requirements (e.g. programs not open to exchange students) or other specific information about the curriculum?
Graduate- The (Professional) Graduate School of Translation and Interpretation, and Medicine and The (Special) Graduate School of Education, Design, Social Welfare, Theology, Policy Sciences, Performing Arts, Clinical & Public Health Convergence, Clinical Dentistry, Teaching Foreign Languages courses are not available. - The Graduate School of International Studies courses may be available depending on course policy - English-taught Law School courses are available. - The Graduate School of Business courses are available for MA(master) students. Undergraduate- Nursing, Medicine, Pharmacy, and Education courses are not available. - Art & Design, Music, ELTEC Engineering, Scranton Honors Program courses may be available depending on course policy. Local university exchange- Local university exchange courses are not available. (Yoensei,Sogang,etc)
Q18: Types of accommodation available for students
Dormitory
Q19-1: What is the currency unit in your country? - (e.g. US dollar)
KRW
Q19-2: How much should Waseda students prepare to pay for their accommodation?
700,000
Q19-3: How much should Waseda students prepare to pay for their food?
400,000
Q20: Please provide some other information or web link related to accommodation, living costs, or any other mandatory fees.
http://my.ewha.ac.kr/engdorm/ * Please note that the on-campus dorm is not guaranteed.
Q21-1: Waseda students must purchase an insurance plan designated by Waseda. Additionally, are the students required to purchase a compulsory insurance plan (e.g., health insurance plan) designated by your university or country?
No
Q21-2: (If yes,) How much would it cost?
-
Q22: Please provide comments or any other useful information (e.g. fact sheet URL, visa, orientation, local information) if available.
http://oia.ewha.ac.kr
Data last updated: April 18, 2019

このリストは今後変更される可能性があります。出願前には、必ず最新の情報を再確認してください。留学先大学の事情等により、受入要件が変更される場合がありますので、予めご了承ください。

This list may be subject to change in the future. Please reconfirm latest information before applying. Please note that the admission requirement(s) may be subject to change due to circumstances of the partner universities.

下記リストは各協定校の受け入れ要件であり、受け入れを保障するものではありません。
各項目の詳細をProgram Overviewおよび各大学のサイトで確認してから出願してください。

The admission requirements below serve as a general guideline and do not necessarily guarantee admission to the concerned university.
Please confirm the admission and program details on the relevant program overview and the university website before the online registration.

このリストは今後変更される可能性があります。出願前には、必ず最新の情報を再確認してください。留学先大学の事情等により、受入要件が変更される場合がありますので、予めご了承ください。

This list may be subject to change in the future. Please reconfirm latest information before applying. Please note that the admission requirement(s) may be subject to change due to circumstances of the partner universities.

  • 留学が必修となっている国際教養学部の学生は、学部の許可をとった上で応募してください。
    For SILS students participation in a year-long study abroad program is part of the general degree requirements.
    Therefore, you must consult with your School Office in advance if you wish to apply to a semester program(s).
  • 通年科目が設置されている学部に属する学生が春学期留学をする場合、 科目登録ができず、帰国後の秋学期の授業を受けられない可能性があります。
    その他、専門演習(ゼミ)の登録や履修ができない等、支障が出る可能性がありますので、 所属学部・研究科に問い合わせ、よく確認の上、出願して下さい。
    If your School has year-long programs, it is essential that you consult with your School Office before applying to a seminar program(s) as there will be a possibility that you may not be able to register for courses in the second (fall) semester and/or seminars (enshu, or so-called "zemi").
  • 延長生となって中期留学プログラムに参加する場合、学費は延長生学費ではなく、所定額をお支払いいただくことになります。
    詳細は各学部・研究科にお問い合わせください。
    Students on extension (encho-sei) who participate in semester programs are required to pay the full tuition and other academic fees set by their Schools instead of the reduced fees for students on extension.You should confirm details with your School Offices.
  • 下記リストは各協定校の受け入れ要件であり、受け入れを保障するものではありません。
    各項目の詳細をProgram Overviewおよび各大学のサイトで確認してから出願してください。
    The admission requirements below serve as a general guideline and do not necessarily guarantee admission to the concerned university.
    Please confirm the admission and program details on the relevant program overview and the university website before the online registration.
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