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  • Locations: Seoul, South Korea
  • Program Terms: Winter
  • Restrictions: UB applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Winter 2018 10/17/2017
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Rolling Admission 12/27/2017 01/19/2018

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Fact Sheet:
Open to: UB students only Language of Instruction: English
Minimum GPA: 2.5 Eligibility: Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and mature Freshmen
Area of Study: Accounting, Anthropology, Any, Asian Studies, Business Administration, Economics, Humanities, International Studies, Korean, Linguistics, Mathematics Term: Winter
Language Courses Offered: Korean Housing Options: On Campus
Program Advisor: Olga Crombie Credits: 3-4
Program Description:

Korea University


Korea Winter          
The capital city of Seoul is located in the northwest corner of South Korea.  It is a bustling metropolis of 13 million people and a center of culture, finance, politics, and entertainment. The combination of centuries of history and a cutting-edge IT industry provides Seoul with an interesting contrast of old and new influences.

Korea University
Founded in 1905, Korea University (KU) is considered to be one of the best private institutions of higher education in Asia with a strong emphasis on excellence in teaching and research and serving Korean society. The university is centrally located in the hilly Anam-dong section of Seoul with an attractive parkland campus. KU is a multicultural institution with more than 5,000 international students contributing to an overall student population of about 28,500. Subways and microbuses provide easy transportation from the campus to all parts of the city.

ACADEMIC PROGRAM
Under the exchange agreement between UB and Korea University, UB and SUNY students can participate in the International Winter Campus (IWC) program. This three-week program includes a variety of challenging courses taught by distinguished faculty from prestigious universities around the world.
 
Students will enroll in a minimum of one course worth 3 credits and have the option to take an additional course worth 3 credits for a total of 6 credits. Each class offers a full semester-load of coursework condensed into three weeks. With the exception of Korean language classes, all classes are taught in English and no prior knowledge of Korean is necessary for enrollment in these courses.
 
Classes are held Monday through Friday.
 
IWC courses cover a range of subjects which include the following courses (each worth 3 credits):
 
• Beginning Korean I
• Beginning Korean II
• Intermediate Korean
• Linear Algebra
• Intro to Macroeconomics 
• Intro to Microeconomics
• Intro to Marketing
• Managerial Accounting
• Intro to Brain Science
• International Business
• Econometrics
• Abnormal Psychology
• Intro to Computer Science
• Financial Statement Analysis
• Mass Media & Popular Culture in Korea
• Korean Cinema & Visual Culture
• Intro to Korean History and Culture
Click here for detailed course information.

ACCOMMODATION
Korea University offers accommodations for international students in CJ International House and (Anam) Global House. CJ International House is a suite-style facility with doubles and singles and semi-private bathrooms (bathroom facilities in the suite and shared with suitemates). Anam Global House offers triples, doubles and singles and has semi-private bathrooms (bathroom facilities are installed in the room and are shared with roommates). Although designed differently, each Residence Hall has the following basic elements: lounge/TV area, laundry room with coin operated washers and dryers, kitchen facilities equipped with refrigerator, microwave oven, gas range oven, water purifier, table and waste basket. In addition, all Residence Hall rooms have a standard twin-size bed(s)/bunk bed, desk(s) and chair(s), bookshelf, closet space for each resident, telephone for incoming calls only, air conditioner and heater, curtains, waste basket, broom and dustpan.

PROGRAM DATES
Winter 2017-2018
Dormitory Check-In December 27, 2017 (Wednesday)
Classes Begin December 28, 2017 (Thursday)
Classes End January 18, 2018 (Thursday)
Dormitory Check-Out January 19, 2018 (Friday)

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
This program is open to undergraduate students enrolled at UB. A minimum overall GPA of 2.5 is required. No previous knowledge of Korean language is required. Preference will be given to applicants who have not previously studied or lived in Korea for an extended period of time.

ESTIMATED COSTS
Click here for estimated costs for the 3 credit option of this program and here for the 6 credit option of this program.

UB students are encouraged to apply for study abroad scholarships. To learn more about the scholarships available to UB students, please visit our scholarships page.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Visit the KU International Winter Campus website.



This program is currently not accepting applications.