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The Graduate School

Location

Case Hall (Graduate School Building) Room #201-1

Tel

82-2-3277-2101

Email

gradean@ewha.ac.kr

Fax

82-2-3277-2907

The graduate school is evolving into a research-oriented university of international standards, striving to become a leading intellectual female community. It is seeking to improve its research results by attracting world-renowned professors, increasing manpower for research assistance, and through active research in the laboratories.

The partnership between academia, research and industry, both at home and overseas, helps secure external resources as well as continuous investment and maintenance of the school's basic structure, including facilities and establishments. The credit exchange program with Yonsei and Sogang University's graduate schools and the credit exchange system with Seoul National University, mutually complement the faculty and facility of each school, contributing at the same time to an open and collaborative academic environment.

As of April 2013, the graduate school offers 6 divisions and 60 departments (66 in total) for the master's program, 6 divisions and 59 departments (65 in total) for the doctoral program, 6 combined programs between departments(6 for the doctoral program), and 21 programs partnered with academia, research and industry (21 for the doctoral program). As of April 2013 there were 2,071 students in the master's program and 997 in the doctoral program (including the combined program).

History

History

1950

Authorization to establish the graduate school

1972

Credit exchange program with Sogang and Yonsei Universities.

1994

Academia and research cooperation for the master's and doctoral program.

1996

Combined Master's and Doctoral Program

2007

Credit exchange system with Seoul National University

The aim of education

Ewha aims to provide an education based on the truth, goodness and beauty of the Christian religion, nurturing the world's most outstanding women leaders who can contribute to the development of our nation and the human society.
To this end, Ewha's graduate school has defined the following goals: