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Inbound Application for Exchange Program

 Students from partnering universities with student exchange agreements are eligible to apply for the program. The exchange is reciprocal, meaning that students from both institutions pay their usual tuition fees to their home institutions prior to going abroad and studying at the host institutions. Usually students are responsible for their room and board fees.

Application Process              

  • At UNIST, UNIST International Center  serves as the primary coordinating unit, and all questions about the application process for exchange students should be directed to our office. Before contacting us, we recommend that you first consult with the exchange coordinator at your home university.
  • The following documents make up the application for applying to the exchange program at unist. You should submit these materials to the designated exchange coordinator at your home institution.

 

  1. Certificate of Studentship
  2. Copy of Passport
  3. Recommendation Letters from Professors
  4. Official Transcript
  5. Curriculum Vitae
  6. Form

 

  • Your university's exchange coordinator must first review the materials, and send them to UNIST when the final candidates are selected.
  • Once we receive your application, your final admission to UNIST will be determined by either the undergraduate or graduate school office.

 

  We encourage you to meet with the exchange coordinator at your home institution in order to learn more about the specific details of the program.           

 

 

 

 All application materials and supporting documentation must be submitted by the deadline or your application will not be considered. If you are unable to contact the exchange coordinator at your home institution, please contact the UIC office at   choongil@unist.ac.kr.

 

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