Hanyang University

Hanyang University (Korean: 한양대학교) is a private research university in South Korea. The main campus is located in Seoul and its satellite campus, the Education Research Industry Cluster (ERICA campus), is in Ansan.[2] Hanyang (한양, 漢陽) derives from the former name of the capital Seoul used during the Joseon Dynasty.[3] The university was established in 1939 as an engineering school. Hanyang university was the country’s first college to offer engineering and architecture programs, and is consistently ranked among the leading universities in STEM fields nationally. Hanyang University enrolls over 3,000 international students each year, and sends more than 3,300 students on study abroad programs annually. As of 2018, Hanyang University had 777 partner universities in 76 countries.

Programs

Seoul Campus

The Seoul campus of HYU offers undergraduate programs in:

  • Engineering
  • Architecture / Architecture Design
  • Computer Science
  • Automotive Engineering
  • Medicine
  • Humanities
  • Social Sciences
  • Natural Sciences
  • Policy Sciences
  • Economics & Finance
  • Business
  • Education
  • Human Ecology
  • Music
  • Performing Arts & Sports
  • International Studies
  • Nursing
  • Industrial Convergence

ERICA campus

The ERICA campus in Ansan offers undergraduate programs in:

  • Engineering Sciences
  • Pharmacy
  • Science & Convergence Technology
  • Languages & Cultures
  • Communication & Social Sciences
  • Computing
  • Business & Economics
  • Design
  • Sports & Arts
  • Marketing

Graduate school

The HYU Graduate School offers graduate programs in:

  • Graduate School
  • Urban Studies
  • International Studies
  • Global Business
  • School of Medicine
  • School of Law
  • Biomedical Science & Engineering
  • Technology & Innovation Management
  • Engineering
  • Public Policy
  • Education
  • Journalism & Mass Communication
  • International Tourism
  • Information and Clinical Nursing
  • Innovation
  • Business Management

International Programs

First introduced in 2016, the G2 (English-Chinese) Language Education Program obligates the completion of an English and Chinese course and has an official grade of both languages as a mandatory requirement.