Dongseo University

Dongseo University (DSU) is a private university in Busan, the second largest city of South Korea. Established in 1992 through the Dongseo Educational Foundation, it provides higher education to approximately 11,000 full-time students, including roughly 1000 international students from 69 countries.

In 2013, DSU was ranked by Quacquarelli Symonds with The Chosun Ilbo among the Top 50 Asian universities for internationalization.[1] It has Memorandums of Agreement with 215 institutions in 38 countries and operates branch campuses in China and the U.S. It also runs joint degree programs with partner universities in Brazil, China, Indonesia, Lithuania, Malaysia, and Vietnam.

At its Busan campuses, Dongseo University offers undergraduate degrees in 57 departments and graduate degrees in 10 departments. These comprise 14 divisions along with the College of Design and the Im Kwon Taek College of Film and Media Arts.

Areas of specialization at Dongseo University include Design, Digital Contents (Game, Animation, Visual Effects), Film & Video, and Information Technology. DSU also operates the Global Studies Institute, which provides services for international students and oversees the English-based undergraduate degree programs in Business Administration, Biomedical Laboratory Science, Computer Engineering, Digital Contents, Graphic Design, International Studies, and Film & Video.