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As of the spring semester of the 2017 academic year
Korea University consists of the Anam Campus (in Seoul, 844,809㎡), Sejong Campus (in Sejong Special Self-Governing City, 428,871㎡) and three auxiliary hospitals (Anam Hospital: Seongbuk-district in Seoul, 67,676㎡, Guro Hospital: Guro-district in Seoul, 40,208㎡, Ansan Hospital: Ansan-city in Gyeonggi Province, 47,846㎡).
The total number of students is 37,303, including 29,859 on the Seoul Campus (Undergraduate: 21,110, Graduate: 8,749) and 7,444 on the Sejong Campus (Undergraduate: 6,629, Graduate: 815). Among the Seoul Campus students, 2,067 (9.79%) are international students. The total number of international students in language, exchange and training programs stands at 3,871.
The total number of faculty members is 5,023, including 4,401 on the Seoul Campus (Full-time: 1,449, Part-time: 2,952) and 622 on the Sejong Campus (Full-time: 271, Part-time: 351). Of this number, 134 (7.79%) of the full-time faculty are international.
The number stands at 20.55 students per faculty member on the Seoul Campus and 27.3 students on the Sejong Campus.
The number of employees on the Anam and Sejong Campuses is 853 and 195, respectively.
The KU library collection consists of 3,250,933 physical (hard copy) materials, including 2,200,006 books, 608,675 periodicals, 246,789 dissertations, 107,120 antique books in Chinese characters, and 88,343 non-book materials. The KU library also has another 624,925 materials in digital format: 68,755 e-journals, 266 web databases 72.774 paper and 386,658 e-books.
The World 100 Reputation Network is a group of the best universities in the world, undertaking research that enhances professional activity in and around reputation management, international relations and strategyhttp://theworld100.com
Founded in 1997, Universitas 21 currently boasts 21 member universities in twelve different countries and territories. It works to enhance cooperation among member universities and promote opportunities that cannot be easily achieved by any single institute alone. Korea University joined Universitas 21 in 2004 as the organization’s 17th member. It remains the first and only member from South Korea. In 2009, KU hosted a symposium and the U21 Presidents’ Annual Meeting, and pledged its commitment to a joint PhD program among fourteen universities.http://www.universitas21.com
The Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU), a consortium of leading research universities in the Pacific Rim, aims to foster exchanges and collaboration in research among universities in the Asia-Pacific region. Prominent research universities such as Stanford, UC Berkeley, UBC, Beijing University, Tokyo University, and the National University of Singapore all hold membership in the APRU. Its South Korean members are Korea University, Seoul National University and Yonsei University.http://www.apru.org
The International Consortium of Universities for the Study of Biodiversity & the Environment (ICUBE) is a consortium of global leading research universities designed to promote research and education on biodiversity, climate change, and the environment.
The Asia-Pacific Association for International Education (APAIE) is a non-profit organization founded in December 2004 by universities in thirteen countries including South Korea, China, Japan, the US (Hawaii), Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, and India. APAIE’s goals are to activate exchanges among those responsible for higher education in the Asia-Pacific region and to enhance the quality of international education programs.