Campus Life

Office of International Affairs

  • Name of facility : Office of International Affairs
  • Homepage : Go to Office of International Affairs homepage
  • Location : Language Center (Building #38)
  • The Office of International Affairs strives to activate and diversify exchange programs and will contribute to the production of talented individuals equipped with cultural diversity and international perspective.

Contact

Category Room no. TEL FAX
Office of International Affairs 101 TEL 02-970-9221, 9222 FAX 02-970-9229

Introduction of Institution

  • Office of International Affairs for SNUST students with "passion" and "ambition"!
    The Office of International Affairs was established on December 1, 1999 to efficiently confront the era of globalization by integrating international exchange affairs that have been previously dispersed across department and majors.
  • The educational need that is newly inferred by the characteristics of the modern society and the technology that supports this phenomenon have broken the traditional role and meaning of education for humankind and society to newly define learning as a continuous process of life rather than a certain part of human life. This is why the society increasingly demands universities to become more open and multifunctional. Currently, we have established an MOU with 37 schools in 16 countries (as of June 1, 2007) to promote international exchange and cooperation. An exchange program established with the University of Missouri, Michigan Technology University, California Institute of Technology, Montclair State University of the U.S., Gifu University of Japan, Kainan University of Taiwan, EVTEK University of Applied Sciences in Finland and Czech Technical University of Czechoslovakia contributes to the academic and cultural diversity and advanced learning of students.
  • Furthermore, to boost the international competitiveness of SNUST, sisterhood relationships are actively established with foreign schools. Through full support for the overseas exchange of students and professors, holding of international conferences, visiting of deans of foreign universities and exchange promotion programs, the Office of International Affairs is contributing to the enhancement of international prestige of SNUST.
  • All members of the Office of International Affairs endeavor to produce talented individuals equipped with cultural diversity and international perspective through various exchange programs. Ultimately, we will largely contribute to the production of “talented individuals with international minds” through such efforts.

Main Affairs

Improvement of international exchange
  • Establish agreements for improving international exchange of SNUST
  • Promote SNUST to foreign countries
  • Gather and manage data on foreign colleges
  • Support improvement of international exchange by college, administrative department
  • Support academic exchange of professors and students in sister colleges and various foreign schools
  • Support SNUST international conferences and symposiums- support ISEE 2007 event
  • Operate international exchange committee
Activation of exchange student program
  • Actively send exchange students from SNUST – execute intensive education in advance
  • Actively receive exchange students from foreign colleges
  • Support short-term learning programs of foreign colleges
  • Provide student support for Global Leaders Education Program
  • Hold exchange student/international student meetings
Other
  • Provide support for URP recommendation letters
  • Issue international student ID
  • Introduce Korean cultural events and school
  • Other affairs related with enhancement of international exchange and school PR

Additional Information

Administrative support Service hours Manager
Student counseling related with international exchange Tue/Thurs 13:30 ~ 14:30 International exchange officer
Issue of international student ID Every day 09:30 ~ 16:30 International exchange work-study student
Other inquiry TEL 02-970-9221, 9222
※ For inquiry, we recommend the use of the Q&A board in the Office of International Affairs homepage.