- Sogang University was established by the Society of Jesus to provide an education based on Catholic beliefs and inspired by the Jesuit philosophy of education, in conformity with the Korean tradition of education. Sogang University aims the education of the whole person with love and faith, respect the values on the sense of human dignity and encourage to pursuit and seek for learning with the sincere quest for truth. Through this education, educate the talents who will devote their lives to the development of a humanistic culture and community. Ranked 28th in Asia on Arts & Humanities and 21th best university in South Korea.
- Sogang University welcomes undergraduate and graduate students from colleges and universities which have a joint academic exchange agreement with Sogang to participate in the student exchange program. Currently, Sogang has joint academic agreements with over 227 partner universities in 54 countries, including many Jesuit universities (as of August 2011). This university has also welcomed approximate total of 1,350 international students.
- Possible available programs for Unpar exchange students are:: http://wwwe.sogang.ac.kr/academic/undergraduate.jsp
- School of Social Science: Political Science;
- School of Economics: Economics;
- School of Natural Science: Mathematics. Physics, Chemistry;
- School of Engineering: Computer Science and Engineering, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
Housing: Twin room, 2 occupants. Fee for full semester: 1,372,000 (in KRW)
Meals: from 1,472,000-1,964,800 (in KRW) for full semester.
Spring Semester: October 30 the year before period of study
Fall Semester: April 30
Undergraduate Freshman Applicants: Those who are graduates (or expected graduates) of high school or those with an equivalent educational background.
Undergraduate Transfer Application
2nd year transfer: Those who have completed (or are expected to complete) at least one year (two semesters) in a degree program at a four-year university of another Bachelor’s degree program.-
3rd year transfer: Those who have completed (or are expected to complete) at least two year (four semesters) in a degree program at a four-year university of another Bachelor’s degree program.