비주얼이미지비주얼텍스트

Student Union Building

시설 안내 비디오
ECC
기숙사
학생문화관
중앙도서관
컴퓨터실
체력단련실
교내 보건소
식당
우체국
은행
경비 안내

Located in the heart of Shinchon, a vibrant university neighborhood in a cosmopolitan setting filled with bustling students, Ewha offers, in contrast, a serene and beautiful campus. Covering 582,752 square meters, Ewha is known to have the most beautiful campus in the nation. Furthermore, Ewha’s convenient location in the heart of Seoul, with a subway line just outside of the main gate, allows students easy access to other parts of Seoul and beyond. Students will find most conveniences right on campus, including an indoor swimming pool, exercise facilities, theater, computer rooms, copy centers, a bank, post office, bookstore, optical shop, shoe repair shop, travel agency, convenient stores, bakeries, cafes and ATM machines.

Student Union Building

Considered the nucleus of student activities on campus, the student union building has a variety of services available, including student clubs, ATM Machines, Snack Bars, a Stationary Store, Music Store, Computer Facilities, Study Room, Theater, Fitness Center and Student Counseling Center. You are able to get the most out of your campus at the Student Union Building with lots of events and activities happening all the time.

Club Activities

University clubs offer students a chance to share a broad range of social, cultural, and scholastic interests. They have 7 categories which are: Religion, Academic Interest, Social Science, Social Solidarity, Cultural Interest, Performance, Physical Training.

Some examples are the Theater Club, the Ewha Chorus, Orchestra (ESAOS), Polaris (for budding astronomers), several clubs providing volunteer community services, and more than 65 other clubs devoted to everything from traditional Korean music to HAM radios to bird watching.
For additional information and help with contacted any of these clubs, your Ewha buddy will be able to assist you (see “buddy system” ).
 

Related clubs to International Students

EKLES (Ewha Korean Language Education of Society)

an Ewha student volunteer group teaching Korean to foreigners, invites the international students to a free Korean Language class. Beginners to Advanced are all welcomed to join this class, and you can join this meeting even though you are taking Korean Language course during the semester. Undergraduates of the Language and Literature department, and graduates of Korean Language majors are dedicated to teach Korean to foreign students and workers living in Korea. An intensive tailor-made lesson is also available based on the learner's request with a low lesson fee.

ISF (International Student Fellowship)

has been established to help the life of the international students studying in Korea regardless to their nationality, race, religion, and sex. Throughout the semester, you will be invited to many programs and parties that are hosted by ISF such as dinner party, bazaars, Thanksgiving party and so on.