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A Danish public university founded in 1479… An agreement on student exchange with a world-level leading university

Dispatch of three exchange students selected every year for enhancement of language & global capability

Expansion of global exchange by concluding an agreement with a leading Italian university in the first half

[February 9, 2023]

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 A way is opened for YU (President CHOI Oe-chool) students to study at University of Copenhagen, a leading European university in Denmark.


YU concluded an agreement on exchange of students and professors with University of Copenhagen on February 6th.University of Copenhagen is a public university in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, and is a world-level leading university that ranked 79th in 2022 university evaluation by QS (Quacquarelli Symonds) of GB that is a world-level university evaluation agency. The university was founded in 1479 by a papal edict and is the second-oldest university next to Uppsala University (1477) in Sweden in the North European area. 


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 According to the concluded agreement, each of the two universities will select and dispatch three exchange students every year.Dispatched students are exempted from payment of tuition in the university they are dispatched to if they pay tuition to the original university. YU decided to subsidize the tuition fees of Korean Language Education Center for the students of University of Copenhagen coming to YU.


 YU’s student exchange program is an overseas dispatch program for students to complete regular classes after being dispatched to foreign sister universities for one semester or one year and is highly appreciated by students. Students may have the opportunities to enhance their language and global capability by studying at foreign leading universities.


YU intends to expand exchange with European leading universities with conclusion of an agreement with University of Copenhagen.YU intends to conclude a student exchange agreement with Ca'Foscari University of Venice, a public university in Venice, Italy, in the first half and has a discussion on an exchange agreement with University of Naples L'Orientale, Naples, Italy. 


 Director YOE Taek-dong of YU Internal Bureau said, “YU is now expanding global education & research network with exchange agreements with 500 universities and organizations in 59 countries. YU is a real global campus where foreigner students from the whole world study. I hope YU students to enhance their capability through various exchange activities with foreign students studying at YU as well as the overseas dispatch program.”