Program Details

Direct Enrollment: Students enroll into academic courses taught in English, with the option to take beginner to intermediate Korean language learning courses and Korean culture. English taught courses are also offered for business, social sciences, STEM.
Seoul, Korea
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Fall Semester, Spring Semester, Summer

Program Overview

Program Description:

Korea University – Sejong, South Korea Semester

Sejong, South Korea (Asia)

Quick Facts

*This program is paused for Fall 2019*

Program Overview

Founded in 1905, Korea University (KU) is one of Korea’s oldest, largest and top-ranked universities. Its reputation for quality is based on excellence in teaching, superiority of research unsparing service to Korean society.

Located in Sejong City, KU - Sejong is committed to cultivating international experts who possess global knowledge with the moral integrity to contribute to both Korea and the international community. Since its opening in 1980, KU - Sejong has become a preeminent higher education institution among Korean colleges for its academic reputation, international outlook, and excellence in service.

At KU-Sejong, you'll find the resources and experiences needed to prepare students for contemporary academic challenges. More than 250 dedicated, highly qualified, full-time faculty give students a diverse learning experience both in and out of the classroom.

Students at KU-Sejong are connected to faculty mentors and are expected to work closely with these advisors for the purpose of academic pursuits, career development, and social benefit. Following the faculty’s lead, students learn what it takes to succeed.

Furthermore, KU-Sejong students study and advance their knowledge with a diverse group of students from all over the world. Korea University Sejong Campus serves as an international meeting ground where West meets East. During their time at here, students truly discover a new, enriched horizon in their lives.

Setting Description:
Extra-curricular Activities In addition to Korean language classes, students will participate in a city tour, cultural activities, excursions and site visits. This includes a tour of the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), visit to Korea Independence Hall, a visit to a Korean folk village, and various other cultural activities and visits hosted by the Samsung d'light program. Housing Participants are housed in the Hoyeonhaksa Student Residence complex, which is equipped with beds, desks and wardrobes arranged for individual use. The facility also features various dinning options, study rooms, computer labs, music practice rooms, yoga room, laundry facilities, classrooms, meeting rooms, and lounges. Security is provided at all residence facilities. Students must have a pass to enter residence facilities. The university runs free shuttle buses from nearby rail station every five minutes.
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