The Ewha GSP (Global Student Partnership) is a short-term special exchange program designed to build international networks among students through academic and cultural exchanges at student conferences. To facilitate this program, Ewha selects representative universities from all of its partner institutions around the world. Ewha GSP is currently in partnerships with Harvard University as well as the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and plans to expand to other partner universities in Europe in the future.
Ewha-HCAP (Ewha-Harvard College in Asia Program)
The HCAP (Harvard College in Asia Program) is the largest student exchange conference program of Harvard College with an Asian partner university. The main goal is to foster expert leaders with a deep understanding of Asia. Since 2007, Ewha Womans University has been selected every year as a representative partner university of Harvard College in Korea. In the Ewha-HCAP, students are expected to take the initiative in planning and coordinating the entire program. Students who are selected for the program will participate in the first round of conferences in Seoul, the second round in Boston, and receive scholarships for part of their expenses.
Ewha –CUHK (Chinese University of Hong Kong) GSP
The Ewha-CUHK (Chinese University of Hong Kong) GSP, newly launched in 2019, is a short-term special exchange program in partnership with the Chinese University of Hong Kong for student conferences. Like Ewha-HCAP, students take the initiative in coordinating and operating the entire program. Students who are selected for the program will participate in the first round of conferences in Seoul, and the second round in Hong Kong, and receive scholarships for part of their expenses.
For more information, please visit the website (oia.ewha.ac.kr) of the International Exchange Team in the Office of International Affairs.