Programs : Brochure
- Locations: Seoul, South Korea
- Program Terms: Academic Year, Fall, Spring
- Homepage: Click to visit
- Restrictions: Exchange applicants only
|About the Program||Accommodations|
|Eligibility||Dates and Costs|
Students with Korean language ability can choose from over 1,000 courses offered in Korean each semester at Yonsei. Only business majors may take courses in the School of Business and College of Business & Economics and they are restricted to a maximum of three business or economics courses per semester.
Syllabi can be located by clicking “Course Catalogue & Syllabus: Undergraduate & Graduate” menu on the left of the following webpage http://portal.yonsei.ac.kr/main/indexe.jsp
Most classes are three semester credits each. Click here for more information on grading at Yonsei.
Most students have lived on campus in the SK Global and I-House dorms. Mostly double rooms are available, but some single rooms also. Click here for more details.
Click Yonsei 16-17.doc to see dates and cost information.
Students are required to apply for a D-2 student visa prior to departure. Do this early! For more information, please visit the Korean government website. Additional information about visas and be found on the Yonsei web site.
For more information
Michele Cox in the Office of International Education (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr. Vincent Wang in the political science department.
For more information, contact Michele Cox in the Office of International Education.
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|My cultural experience in South Korea was so amazing! If you're wanting to learn the language, eat amazing food at such affordable prices, and shop til you drop, Seoul is the place to be! There are so many palaces to visit, traditional villages to explore, and good eats at traditional markets! Seoul itself is huge and it offers so much to you as a foreigner! I had prior knowledge of the Korean language and I definitely improved so much, just having to navigate life in Korean. Koreans are generally so supportive of foreign learners of their language, so you'll get so much love for trying to speak Korean! South Korea is a very collectivist society, so it was so interesting and a good different to be a part of a team mentality and take a rest from the individualistic U.S. society.|
|— Spring, 2016 Participant|
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