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11/20/2019 Special > Infographics > 인포그래픽

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2019 Fall Semester: 15,299 students in Seoul Campus

An October 1st report of current registered students

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According to the statistics of the 2019 2nd semester, calculated on October 1st, there are 15,299 students studying in Seoul Campus, while students on a leave of absence comprise a total of 5,751. Totaling the number of students studying in Seoul Campus with those on a leave of absence Including the 820 students who have delayed receiving their bachelor's degrees, there are a total of 21,870 students. The number is 1.6 times larger than that of the ERICA Campus, which has 13,128 students.

By colleges, the College of Engineering has 5,457 students, making it the largest number. The School of Business follows with 1,743 students. the Division of International Studies has the smallest number with 254 students and the School of Nursing with 269 students. In the ratio comparing currently studying students and registered students, the College of Medicine was the highest with 94.7%, and Division of Industrial Convergence followed with 94.5%. In comparison, the College of Policy Science with 62.9% scored the lowest. By departments, the Department of Pre-Medicine in the College of Medicine was the highest with 96.4%, with 215 out of 223 registered students studying, and the Division of Computer Science in the College of Engineering was the lowest at 58.3% with 130 students out of 223 registered studying. 

The gender ratio was 58:42, as there are 8,886 male students and 6,413 female students among the total of 15,299 students. In the grade distribution, seniors at 26.8% were the highest, while the other grades were distributed evenly at around 25%. In the distribution of students on a leave of absence, the ratio between the male students (4,584) and the female students (1,167) showed a ratio of 8:2, with male students outnumbering female students. By grades, the distribution percentages were as follows: sophomores at 34.6%, juniors at 31.2%, seniors at 20.9%, and freshmen at 13.1%, showing a similar distribution to ERICA Campus's distribution by grades.

820 students who delayed their bachelor's degrees accounted for 4% of the whole population of students, with 629 of those students having not registered for any course and 191 students having registered. By colleges, the School of Business had the most with 144 students, and the Division of Industrial Convergence had the lowest number with just one student.


 
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