BINUS UNIVERSTY have signed an exchange agreement with Dongguk University, South Korea in order to enhance academic and student exchange between the two universities. The partnership will focus on developing collaborative academic program, particularly student mobility from both institutions. The agreement is expected to further boost student exchange offering opportunities to students of various majors.

Originally called the "Myeongjin School", Dongguk University was founded in 1906 by Buddhist leaders based on the ideas of advancing Buddhism and saving the nation through education. The University is one of the most prominent private institutions in Korea and consists of 10 graduate schools which include an AACSB (American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business) accredited MBA program and 11 colleges consisting of 56 departments and majors.