Let’s go see the campus life at Sungkyunkwan University!

About studying abroad life


Professors are very friendly!
The professors are noted for being caring and gentle towards students, and the way they teach their students carefully. The professors listen to students empathically so students can study with no worry.
I’m LEE HYANMI, acting as a bridge between Nagasaki University and Sungkyunkwan University
Let’s talk with Prof. Seunghee Park, an associate professor of Environmental Engineering.
I’m LEE GYUMIN, person in charge of Sungkyunkwan University. Nice to meet you!
These are Associate Prof. JANG AM and students who have studied at Nagasaki University. They will support your campus life.
This is Prof. JUN KYUNG-SOO, the head of the Graduate School of Water Resources and is responsible for this project.


Extensive courses from engineering study to Korean language.
Being one of the top 10 private universities in Korea, the university offers fulfilling lectures from 9 am to 3 pm. Exchange students can also take Korean lessons, which will make their lives easier.
We have to learn Korean alphabet!
Students can take one-on-one lessons.
Let’s go in the laboratory!


Enjoy Korean dishes!
Suwon Campus has 3 cafeterias with various items. Today’s dish is Korean specialty, Bibimbap! The cafeterias are spacious and comfortable.
There are also take-out cafeterias in the campus.
Let’s take a break after lunch.


Let’s take a look at the Samsung Library!
This huge library of 7 stories above the ground and 1 underground story is a symbol of Suwon Campus. After the courses, students come here and study.
Looks like a huge robot
Stylish rooms in yellow. There’s a cafeteria on the top floor.
Search section at the entrance

The campus also has facilities such as hospital, hair salon, post office, stationer, and bank.

Dorm Life

Accommodates 2,000 students.
Fullness of facilities and the number of rooms
are both No.1 in Korea!
The dorm has 3 types of rooms; for 2 persons, 4 persons, and 6 persons. An attendant is on duty 24 hours. With ample facilities including cafeteria, laundry, and fitness room (2000 yen per month), like a guest house!
Equipped with a lot of running machines!
Room for 2 persons equipped with a toilet and a shower!
New Building B constructed in 2009.
Washing and drying machines are lined up!
Each floor has a common room with a TV, and a water server (cold and hot water)

Cultural exchange

Program to experience Korean culture
At Korea House in Seoul, you can try on Korean traditional costume, Hanbok, and cook Bibimbap. I enjoyed them with other exchange students.
The colors of Korean costumes are beautiful!
We learnt how to cook Bibimbap by Eomeoni (mother in Korea)


Let’s enjoy everyday life in Korea from eating places to bars.
Downtown area is straight out of the back gate. You can find places to eat and drink, convenience stores and so on. The campus is conveniently located with a big supermarket nearby and a subway station
Jjigae hot pot with the seafood broth of crabs, squids, shrimps and octopuses is the best.