In 2012, the CAMPUS Asia was established based on the Trilateral Cooperation Vision 2020, which was adopted by the governments of Korea, Japan and China.
The purpose is to promote cooperation of the three countries and cultivate talents that understand and pursue Asian development.
It is an exchange program between universities of Korea, Japan and China to jointly cultivate leaders with the knowledge and skills necessary to resolve the various conflicts that may arise at the international, regional, national, local and individual levels.
The consortium universities offer three different types of programs for graduate students and undergraduate students.
The program aims at the development of a comprehensive, multi-layered approach that can contribute effectively to the resolution of such conflicts.
December 13th, 2016 Conrad Hotel, Seoul
President of each university of Korea, Japan and China have gathered to discuss ways to strengthen relationship among universities of three countries at the Rectors’ Forum. Task force of each university of Korea, Japan and China participating in CAMPUS Asia held promotion booth and shared programs during CAMPUS Asia Launching Ceremony.
Rector’s group photo
CAMPUS Asia project managers and coordinators group photo
Korea-Waseda-Peking Consortium promotion booth