KIT has been providing the sophomore students of the Chinese Departments with an opportunity to learn Chinese abroad for one semester since 2002. This program intends to improve students' foreign language skills, to train Chinese specialists to lead the global era by helping them form the global mind, and to enable them to get a job there with their advanced language skills and various cultural experiences.
KIT helps students improve their skills within their major, and their foreign language abilities, simultaneously, through a substantially customized exchange program meeting the characteristics of those students' departments with the same or similar departments of foreign colleges.
KIT has formed an academic and industrial cooperative network with colleges and related businesses in Korea, China and Japan to mutually enlarge the chances of field education and local employment, and to promote the linkage education program.
Every year KIT sends exchange students to sisterhood universities in Japan : Osaka International University and Nakasaki Wesleyan University. The selected students can have benefits of exemption of tuition fee, KIT's acceptance of credits earned there, and can be provided with a dormitory room in the universities of Japan.
In order to foster industrial experts with international sense and ability that can meet industrial needs, KIT gives students the overseas internship experience. Through this chance, KIT can not only establish enterprises but promote the employment to foreign businesses in Korea and overseas Korean businesses. And, KIT also fosters the field-fitting & internationally competitive experts. Every year KIT sends overseas internship participants to Australia, New Zealand, China, and Japan in order to learn these countries' culture & languages as well as specialized practical abilities while they are students.
The International Missionary Corps based on Christianity, the spirit of the college foundation, is in charge of gospel-spreading missions to the world doing various services in overseas countries. During every year's short-term mission in the Philippines, the International Missionary Corps helps people know about Korean culture with various activities such as gospel sing-along meetings, roadside evangelical tours, dramas, fan dances, Taekwondo and Korean traditional folk drum dances. The selected members are composed of skillful and fully talented students in instrument-playing, singing, dealing with computers and Taekwondo.
KIT is planing to establish the branch colleges in China, Indonesia and Vietnam. KIT is seeking real global college management.