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Program Description:
IAGE-LAW Exchange
Ewha Woman's University

Ewha Woman's University is the world's largest university for women with 21,000 students, 14 colleges, and 14 graduate schools. In 1886, Mary F. Scranton, a Methodist missionary from Ohio, U.S., opened the doors of Korea's first school for women in Seoul. In the following year, Emperor Kojong named the school "Ewha", which means "Pear Blossom". Since its founding, Ewha has expanded women's opportunities for higher education and contributed to the modernization of Korean society and the improvement of women's lives through active social participation.

Ewha Womans University's first Department of Law was founded in 1950 and for over 50 years has produced numerous professors, judges, lawyers, government administrators and other legal professionals. The current College of Law, which selects 200 new students every year, was established in March, 1996. It has grown to be the best College of Law for women in Korea and is ranked in the top 6 out of 100 Korean law schools in the number of students and graduates passing the Korean bar examination. Ewha College of Law puts forth the utmost efforts to produce competent professors and lawyers, who can make great contributions to society and to the advancement of the status of women.

The College of Law offers sufficient English language courses for Illinois students to take a full load of courses in English, and exchange students can choose from courses in English and Korean. The curriculum includes an introduction to Korean law, corporate law, international law, international trade law, competition law and intellectual property law. Two students from Illinois may study at Ewha for one semester each year.


Application Information

All the IAGE/Law Exchange programs are only open to Law JD students. 

Applications and supporting documents must be submitted by the deadlines established for a timely review. Completed applications submitted by the early deadline will be given priority consideration. As some programs will close/fill after the priority deadline or before the final deadline, students are encouraged to apply early.

Most decisions will be released two to three weeks after the deadline.

Fall Semester Priority Deadline: January 15
Fall Semester Final Deadline: February 15

 

Spring Semester Priority Deadline: June 15

Spring Semester Final Deadline: September 15

 

Apply online:

 Please click the Apply Now button above to apply. Note that you will be charged a non-refundable $25 application fee after submitting the application.

 

  • All applications include, at the minimum:
  • Official paper transcript
  • 1 letter of recommendation
  • Essay
  • On-line questionnaires
  • Some programs will require more materials.

 

For more information about the program, please contact Christine Renshaw: renshaw@illinois.edu


Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Fall Semester 2022 02/15/2022
02/16/2022 TBA TBA
Spring Semester 2023 06/15/2022
07/15/2022 TBA TBA
NOTE: For most Spring 2023 programs, JUNE 15 is the early action deadline and SEPTEMBER 15 is the standard application deadline. Please consult the Early Action Deadline FAQs at: https://studyabroad.illinois.edu/outgoing-students/outgoing-application-process/early-action-deadline/index.html/ for more detailed information.
Calendar Year(SP/FA) 2023 09/15/2022 09/16/2022 TBA TBA
Fall Semester 2023 02/15/2023 02/16/2023 TBA TBA

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