|Homepage:||Click to visit|
|Restrictions:||USD applicants only|
|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Fall||2013||04/01/2013 **||Rolling Admission||08/31/2013||12/17/2013|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Students will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Indicates that deadline has passed
|Disciplines offered:||Business||Accomodations:||Shared apartments off-campus|
|Program Advisor:||Alicia Gonzales - email@example.com|
SOUTH KOREA: Seoul
Korea University Business School
Fall/Spring Semester Program
Seoul is a city rich in history and tradition. The city was founded in 1392 when it became the capital of the Chosun Dynasty, which fell in 1910. It is now the capital city of South Korea, and traces of the former dynasty are still very much a part of the city's landscape. Besides being the capital city with an exciting modern architecture and a cosmopolitan community, Seoul is the political, cultural, commercial, financial, educational and recreational center of South Korea. It is home to major corporations, banks, government offices, leading schools and universities, theaters and entertainment facilities. Seoul also offers rich and satisfying tourist attractions and events.
Students will enroll at the Korea University Business School. Founded in 1905, the Korean University Business School (KUBS) was the first and today is one of the most prestigious business schools in the country. A variety of business classes can be taken in English, and Korean language courses are also available. Those wishing to further immerse themselves in the Korean business world may elect to participate in an internship.
Download KUBS "Fast Facts" Sheet and Student Handout
To access the course list, please follow these steps:
- Please visit KUB's website
- Click Academics
- Under Curriculum, click Undergraduate Major
- Change Year to the year when you will be studying abroad
- Change Term to the term when you will be studying abroad
- Change upper bar to Korea University Business School
- Click Query
For information about courses which have been pre-approved to transfer as USD credit please contact Program Advisor, Derek Brendel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Students are housed in local apartments in the surrounding area. Click HERE for more information on housing.
EXCURSIONS & ACTIVITIES
In addition to the excellent academic and recreational facilities offered at KUBS, there are many social and recreational student clubs available, and international students are encouraged to get involved. Daehangno, meaning "the street of youth," is found in the heart of the city and offers many affordable restaurants, shops, and clubs for young people to enjoy. The nightlife in Seoul is vibrant and many cultural festivals are offered in the city throughout the year. Seoul is a very large city and there are innumerable historic, cultural, and social activities for students to explore during their free time.
The nightlife in Seoul is vibrant and many cultural festivals are offered in the city throughout
the year. Another hip spot is Hongdae-ap, where clubbers of all tastes, whether it is hiphop, jazz, reggae, Latin, convene year-round. Insa-Dong, on the other hand, boasts a traditional Korean milieu with exotic Korean tea cafes and handmade souvenir shops. Seoul is a very large city and there are innumerable historic, cultural, and social activities for students to explore during their free time.
Buddy Program:Students participating in the semester and year-long programs are paired with a Korean student in the KUBS Buddy Program who will help with the adjustment to life in Korea.
For questions regarding the application process please contact Exchange Program Advisor, Cindy Cordova