STUDY IN KOREAN
The "Study in Korean Program" promotes cultural and educational exchange, fosters friendships, offers opportunities for students to study Korean Language and Culture in South Korea, whether you speak the Korean language or not.
Age groups (two groups):
Group 1.College student ( age 17 up).
Group 2.Mid-school & High School students age 11 -16 yrs.
LONG- TERM PROGRAM
Currently, there are more than thousands of international students from different countries studying Korean language and culture in the universities each term. The faculty at the College of Korean language and culture consists of permanent members, including professors and associate professors. The faculty has doctoral degrees majoring in Korean language, foreign languages, education, psychology, philosophy, history and finance. With a high quality of teaching, the colleges have received acclaim both nationally and internationally.
SHORT- TERM PROGRAM
The universities summer holds short-term Korean classes during spring and summer holidays every year. If you would like to set-up a short-term language or culture class (no fewer than 15 people per class), please contact our International Office directly. The short-term Korean program also provides elective classes such as: calligraphy, traditional Korean painting, etc. A minimum of 15 people are required to start a class.
PROGRAM INSTITUTIONS ( Choose your favorite location/School)
A. Class placement
The Summer Program mainly offers language lessons for three levels’ language learners: beginner, intermediate and advanced. Each level may be further divided according to specific conditions of the learners, for instance, the beginner level may be further divided into Absolute Beginner, Intermediate Beginner, Advanced Beginner, and so forth. Class divisions shall be done according to the results of the placement test. Each class consists of approximately 15 students and beginner class less than 5 shall be closed.
B. Class Arrangements
Course content: Each level has Reading & Writing and Listening & Speaking courses, as well as Korean culture courses, twice a week, include Experiencing Korean Culture.
Course schedule & objectives: Each class hour, we will learn one lesson and students in beginner, intermediate and advanced level will learn around 10, 20 and 30 words.
SCHEDULE OF EXTRA-CURRICULUM ACTIVITIES - July ( August Schedule will be updated)
Applications are accepted and reviewed on a continual basis until the program is full. May 25, is the Application Deadline, and June 1st is final deadline for current year. Applications will be accepted for the next year starting November 1 of each year.
▪ Students who are presently attending school in the U.S. should be in good academic standing with minimum GPA of 2.8
▪ No Previous Korean language skills are required.
▪ Student who are willing to observe Korean laws and regulations, as well as the school regulations.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE (click here for detailed information)
1. complete registration form online/in person, pay $65 application fee,$185 registration administration fee.
2.apply Korean visa (service fee $185,optional)
3.a photo copy of the applicant's passport
4.a photo copy of current student ID
4. two photos ( with white background)
5. pay the tuition and fees ( See program cost)
6. book the fly ticket
1.Student Resident Hall on Campus
2.Standard double room (general)
3.Please indicate on your application form If you do not live in campus.
TUITION & FEES
TRAVEL IN SOUTH KOREAN