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|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Spring||2017||10/01/2016 **||Rolling Admission||TBA||TBA|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
|Eligible Major:||All Majors, Various Majors||Language of Instruction:||English, Korean|
|Program Type:||IUP Reciprocal Exchange||Length of Program:||one full year, one semester|
|Academic Standing:||Junior, Senior, Sophomore||Minimum GPA:||3.0|
|Associated costs:||IUP In-state tuition, IUP Out-of-state fees, IUP Study Abroad fee||Credit Type:||Transfer Credit|
|Program Coordinator(s):||Andy Kent, Jessica Halchak||OLOC:||104 KOREA - SEJONG|
|2015/2016 Program Cost:||Estimated Cost: $5650.00||Study Abroad Charge:||$300.00, $75.00|
KOREA UNIVERSITY AT SEJONG
Top ranked, Korea University is one of the oldest and largest in the country. The university's reputation for teaching, research and service to Korean study is acknowledged throughtout the country. The university is located in the small town of Jochiwon which is only a short bus ride from three major cities. Check out this promotional video to learn more about the campus.
Korea University Sejong offers a scholarship to cover the housing and meal plan (2 meals a day) for any student who signs up to room with Korean students and work with them each day on English. Also, for students who study for a semester, they will reimburse you for your airfare (up to $1,200.) See your study abroad advisor for details.
Geographically in the center of Korea, Sejong offers students the opportunity to study in South Korea in a relaxed atmosphere, with easy access to three major cities by public transportation.
IUP students planning to study at Korea University at Sejong will earn transfer credits towards their degree. There are over 100 different courses taught in English offered for study abroad students. Korean language classes are also offered which help to make living in Korea more rewarding and enjoyable for students. To see a list of available courses, please visit their website. Once on their site you can select to view in English, then choose the link for "Major Subjects" to be able to search. Courses in English will be indicated with the word English in parenthesis ().
Free housing* shared with two Korean students with free meal plan*. See coordinator for details. For more information about the housing accommodations, please visit their website. More information about each residence hall can be found on their campus life page.
Students planning on studying in Korea will need to apply for a student visa. All Pennsylvania residents will use the South Korean Consulate in New York to obtain the visa. For more information regarding the Korean visa, please consult the coordinator, Mrs. Jessica Halchak, for this program.
The State Department also provides information about student visas for any student participating in study abroad. Please follow the link, Studentsabroad.state.gov to learn more.