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INCOMING students

To attend KAIST College of Business as exchange student, you must be enrolled at one of our partner schools and nominated as a candidate for exchange by the International Office at your home university. Contact your university's exchange coordinator for questions about the nomination and selection process.

Requirements:

  • Official nomination from home university
  • Minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0
  • English proficient

Application Documents:

  • Application form & Study Plan (use attachment):
    Application Form for Incoming
  • One letter of recommendation: from professor or program coordinator of international office
  • Curriculum vitae (Resume)
  • Transcripts of previous semesters from home university: only master’s program
  • Proof of English Proficiency: one of the below
    1) Official English score (TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC)
    2) Confirmation letter by program coordinator
    3) Confirmation letter by administration office of previous schooling stating that all classes were conducted in English(ex. High-school/undergraduate)
  • Passport copy (photo page)

Preparing for life at KAIST:

  • Download Student Survival Guide for International Students
    Survival Guide

Listen to other exchange students who’ve been to KAIST!

세계지도로, 좌측부터 Europe, Asia, Oceania, America순으로 나열되어있다.
Partner schoolPartner school
Carla (Switzerland)
  Anastasia (Germany)
Linnea (Sweden)   Feni and Nana (Indonesia)

Application Submission

All application documents must be submitted to the External Affairs Center both in soft and hard copy.

  1. Soft copy(in PDF file): Please send by email to jelee@kaist.ac.kr
  2. Hard copy(original files): by post
    Address:
    Ji Eun Lee (Ms.)
    Student Exchange Program (In/Out)
    External Affairs Center
    KAIST College of Business
    Room 450, SUPEX Bldg.
    85 Hoegiro Dongdaemun-gu, Seoul, Korea (02455)
    (Tel: 82-2-958-3244)
    선발일정안내 도표
Contact : Lee, Ji Eun ( jelee@business.kaist.ac.kr )

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