Korea university Division of International Studies, Graduate School of International Studies

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CAMPUS Asia Plus Program



Program Overview

CAMPUS Asia (Collective Action for Mobility Program of University Students in Asia) is an exchange program that is conducted with the support of the Education Ministry of the Korean, Chinese, and Japanese governments, which aims to become the Asian version of ERASMUS. Since the 2012 spring semester, KU GSIS has established a consortium with GSICS of Kobe University and SIRPA of Fudan University. These three universities are running exchange student programs and dual degree programs to train graduate students to become risk management experts in East Asia.

Partner Universities

Partner Universities
Partner Universities Introduction
Fudan University, SIRPA
(School of International Relations and Public Affairs)
logo of Fudan University, SIRPA
SIRPA has its origin back in 1924 when the political science department was established at Fudan University. There are three departments: International Relations, Political Science, and Public Administration, with close to 70 full-time faculty members. Majors offered at SIRPA include International relations; International politics; Diplomacy; Public Administration; Public Policy; Political sciences. The school recruits 150 undergraduate students, 70 MA, 30 PhD students every year (200 MPA students). The classes are conducted in Chinese or English.

Kobe University, GSICS
(Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies)

At GSICS, students will be able to learn the Experience and Teachings from big Disasters caused by 1995 Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake. GSICS offers degree for Master of Economics, Master of Int’l Studies, Master of Laws, Master of Political Science. 30-40% of the students are international students. Students will be provided with lectures and seminars that cover a wide range of social science such as Economics, Law, Politics, Educational Development, Development Management, IR and more.

Chulalongkorn University (Faculty of Nursing)

Chulalongkorn University is Thailand's first institution of higher education, founded in 1917. The main mission of Chulalongkorn University is to be the center for academic learning and professional excellence. The Faculty of Nursing aims to generate knowledge, be the primary source of learning about caregiving, and guide Thailand and the world towards lasting sustainable development. With the cooperation of both local and international institutions, and through exposure to teaching, training, research and academic services, nursing graduates are molded into compassionate and proficient caregivers.
National University of Laos 
(Faculty of Economics and Business Management)
The National University of Laos (NUOL) is the first comprehensive university in Lao PDR, as well as its largest and leading university. The Faculty of Economics and Business Management’s (FEB) aim is to produce graduates who will become important human resources for demanding employers in the country and region. The FEB provides courses in the area of Economics, Commerce, Business, Finance, and Accounting. It strengthens the students’ knowledge, development, and skills to analyze the economic issues in the country’s dominant economic sectors. The FEB also provides bachelor, master, and doctoral courses, and it is also one of the first schools to provide an international course in Economics, which is taught in English in accordance with international standards.


Title Introduction
Dual Degree Program Students can receive dual degree by studying at GSICS or SIRPA for one year. In order to receive the degree, students must fulfill the criteria set by each university
Exchange Program Students can study at GSICS or SIRPA for one or two semesters and have their credits at the university be recognized at Korea University.
Three-way Exchange Program Students can study at GSICS and SIRPA for one semester each through the Three-way exchange program and have their credits recognized at Korea University.
Joint Certificate Program Students can receive a joint certificate in risk management in East Asia. In order to receive the certificate, students must fulfill the criteria set by each university.

Scholarships and Benefits

Scholarships and Benefits
Benefits Exchange to Kobe Exchange to Fudan
Tuition Fee for Dual Degree/Exchange Exemption after registering at Korea University Exemption after registering at Korea University
Accommodation Free accommodation by Kobe University Free accommodation by Fudan University

Monthly Stipend

(Korean Nationals)

1,000,000 KRW

1,000,000 KRW

Monthly Stipend

(Non-Korean Nationals)

Students can apply for the JASSO scholarship (monthly stipend of 80,000 JPY) TBD
Airfare Fully supported by Korea University Fully supported by Korea University

Local Language

Education Fee

Max 300,000 KRW Max 300,000 KRW


※ Accommodation benefits and monthly stipend for staying may be subject to change depending on the circumstance of each country and university's policies

Annual Symposium

Annual Symposium by Three Universities
Year Venue Host
Nov. 2012 Shanghai, China Fudan University SIRPA
Nov. 2013 Seoul, Korea Korea University GSIS
Nov. 2014 Kobe, Japan Kobe University GSICS
Nov. 2015 Bangkok, Thailand Co-Hosted by Three Universities
Feb. 2017 Kobe, Japan Kobe University GSICS
Nov. 2017 Shanghai, China Fudan University SIRPA
Nov. 2018 Seoul, Korea Korea University GSIS
Nov. 2019 Kobe, Japan Kobe University GSICS
Dec. 2022 Kobe, Japan Kobe University GSICS