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Sunday 25th of February 2018

Exchange Programs

AIT has signed agreements with many universities/institutes abroad with the objective of promoting cooperation in the fields of education and academic research. The activities under such agreements include collaborative research, lectures, symposiums, the exchange of information and materials, researchers, and undergraduate and graduate students.

The student exchange program is a unique opportunity to enrich your university experience. Students will experience different knowledge, lifestyles and cultures in another country. Exchange programs expand your opportunities for the future.



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The history of Konkuk University dates back to 1931, when the People's Hospital was founded, followed by the establishment of the Chosun School of Politics in 1946, which was later renamed Konkuk University. In its history of 81 years, Konkuk University has grown into a prestigious institution of higher education and research, and has played a leading role in cultivating talented experts with great devotion to the country and its people and contributing to national growth. Konkuk University has been achieving remarkable development amid dynamic changes in the nation and has become one of the fastest growing universities in Korea.

The University's 180 thousand alumni are performing pivotal roles in all areas of society. There are approximately 3,000 faculty and staff members at the University including the Seoul Campus, Glocal Campus, Graduate School of Medicine, and the University Medical Center, as well as around 25,000 enrolled undergraduate and graduate students. These figures represent the University's high level of contribution to our society and its social stature.

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Jonkoping University (JU) is characterized by internationalization, an entrepreneurial spirit and collaboration with surrounding society. JU have about 350 partner universities all over the globe and about 1,500 of 10,000 students are international. 

Jonkoping University is one of three Swedish private, non-profit institutions of higher education with the right to award doctorates. JU operates on the basis of an agreement with Swedish Government and conforms to national degree regulations and quality requirements. 

Research and education are carried out at four schools within JU: School of Health Science, School of Education and Communication, Jonkoping International Business School and School of Engineering. 

If you are interested please contact. Dr. Than Lin, Coordinator for UG Student Exchange Programs. E-mail:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Room: N-208, School of Engineering & Technology (SET) Building. Tel: 6174.




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