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SUNY Korea

  • Details and Cost

    About the Program

    SUNY Korea, which was approved by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology in South Korea in 2012, is a partnership between Stony Brook University, SUNY, and the South Korean government. The first American university established in Korea, its students can enjoy both American education and dynamic Korean culture at this new campus. SUNY Korea offers Stony Brook degrees in computer science and technology systems management.

    Location Incheon, South Korea
    Program Type Partner University Program
    Program Term Fall, Spring, Academic Year
    Language of Instruction English
    Budget View Budget
    Living Arrangements Campus Housing
    Additional Information A Partner University program is a study abroad experience where students are nominated/accepted by Stony Brook University, and enroll at a partner institution. In most cases SBU faculty or staff are NOT traveling with participants.
    Program Housing Statement: Stony Brook University is required to comply with the housing policies of the host country, partner institution and/or hotel/hostel. These policies may include requirements such as sex-based housing placement.


    GPA 3.0
    Other Requirements Students must be matriculated in an undergraduate degree program.
    Application Deadline

    Fall/academic year admission: April 1

    Spring admission: October 15

    Applicants are accepted on a rolling basis, and are encouraged to apply as early as possible.
    Candidates may be interviewed to determine their qualifications for participating and representing Stony Brook University abroad.
  • Academic Information

    Course Information

    Stony Brook students from the following majors can find SBU curriculum courses at SUNY Korea:

    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Applied Mathematics and Statistics
    • Technology and Society
    • Business Management 

    Additional Information

    Courses taught at SUNY Korea are Stony Brook courses. Students can review available classes through the SOLAR System at SBU students are still required to get their courses approved by their academic department of the Learning Agreement form.

    Non-SBU students must contact their home university regarding their grade and credit transfer policy.

    The International Academic Programs Office will coordinate registration through SOLAR.

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