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
Contact Michele Cox in the Office of International Education (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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|My academic studies at Yonsei University in South Korea were some of the best classes I've taken. There is an incredible amount of English taught courses for a country who does not speak English as their first language. I had the pleasure of meeting great professors, both Korean and foreign. Depending on the discipline, your classroom experience can range from small intimate discussions or medium sized lectures. Before studying abroad in South Korea, I had a tough time with public speaking and speaking up in class. But in South Korea, where it is normal to not ask questions or be very quiet during class, you'll have such a great time to be bold and speak your opinion and ask questions. It's a great way to connect with the professor and make Korean friends when you make yourself visible in class by speaking! Everyone will appreciate your efforts to engage with the course! I learned so much about South Korea and America while studying at Yonsei!|
|— Spring, 2016 Participant|
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