Ewha GSIS students on their Masters-level program, and have received approval and recommendation by Ewha GSIS, can also apply to spend one fall or spring semester as non-degree, exchange students at the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University.
The Elliott School offers a wide variety of graduate-level international affairs courses in such policy fields as conflict and conflict resolution; international security studies; international economic affairs; international affairs and development; international public health; technology and international affairs; international law and organizations; and U.S. Foreign Policy. Courses in regional studies focusing on Asia, Europe and Eurasia, the Middle East, and Latin America are also offered as well as series of unique professional skills courses.
Exchange students are eligible to take most courses numbered 200 and above in any school or department except those in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, the Law School, and certain courses that are restricted to degree candidates or any specific prerequisites. Please check the criteria on which courses are eligible for exchange students by viewing the GWU Schedule of Classes here.
(Starts in January until May)
|Middle of September|
(Starts in August until November)
|Middle of February|
The information of this page was last updated for the Spring 2020 semester and might contain changes that are not yet reflected. For verification and further queries, reach us through the contact information provided.
For further details, please check the GWU Exchange Program Details.
Interested students should contact the Ewha GSIS Office for policies and procedures related to applying for a graduate student exchange program.