Study Abroad Opportunity
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Sungkyunkwan University's International Summer Semester (ISS) is a unique academic program dedicated to sharing and experiencing the fascinating story of Seoul, Korea's 600-year-old capital. The program aims to develop students' global engagement by providing opportunities to share different perspectives on global issues, to make friends with various cultural backgrounds, and to explore Korea's history, culture, and people.
Monday, June 26, 2017
The summer of 2017 marks the 10th anniversary of SKKU ISS since its foundation. To celebrate its successful journey with the wish to step forward, ISS of 2017 is now geared up with various courses and extracurricular activities.
While ISS has provided unique courses in multidisciplinary themes
in the past, 2017 ISS has added many general courses so that ISS credits can be recognized at students' home universities or institutes. With 50 courses taught by 30 distinguished professors from top universities such as University of Cambridge, Georgia Institute of Technology, Penn State University, and King's College London, students will not only be able deepen their knowledge on the subjects but also initiate various perspectives on current global issues.
Furthermore, more fun and more diverse cultural activities have been prepared for students to expand their networks like a barbeque party, mud festival, and more. A fantastic summer is waiting for you at SKKU ISS.
Join us this summer and experience everything SKKU and Korea have to offer!
Program Period: June 26, 2017 - July 20, 2017
APPLICATION DEADLINE: June 11, 2017
CLICK HERE TO BEGIN YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS.
- Students can choose up to three courses: a morning session and an afternoon session, and an evening session.
- Class time: Morning Session (09:0011:45) / Afternoon Session (13:0015:45) / Evening Session (16:0018:45)
Monday to Friday (5 days a week)
- Each ISS course, which provides 3 academic credits, requires students to fulfill 3 study hours per day throughout the whole
program, while Korean language courses worth 2 academic credits require to fulfill 2 study hours per day.
- Courses are subject to change or may be cancelled, depending on the status of registration.
Download Course Syllabus HERE.
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Sponsor(s): Center for Korean Studies