First, the ‘Study Abroad’ program is divided into three sub-categories: exchange student, language study abroad, and education empowerment project. In the ‘Exchange Student’ program, students are dispatched to universities in Japan, China, Germany, and Russia for a year. Application period is until the end of September and dispatch time is in March and September of next year. The foreign universities’ tuition fees and the students’ living expenses will be supported by the university. The living expenses of the students participating in the ‘Language Study Abroad’ program will also be paid for by the university, and the application period is until the end of September but dispatch period is next semester. The ‘Education Empowerment’ project includes studying abroad and volunteering abroad.
Second, the ‘Global Campus’ program is divided into international students support program and education empowerment project. The ‘International Student Support’ program includes cultural experience, global athletic meet, global festival, and farewell party. All of these activities are geared towards global interchange and unity, and in particular, the farewell party helps promote better senior-junior relationships. The ‘Education Empowerment’ project consists of global supporters, beautiful Korea, and major study camp. ‘Global Supporters’ is about matching a Korean student with a foreign student in order to build cultural bridges thru language exchange and cultural experience. By participating in this activity, students will be awarded credit for community service and a certificate. ‘Beautiful Korea’ is a program that introduces the cultural heritage of Korea.
Aside from these wonderful programs offered by the International Affairs, there are several others like Start, One to One, Study Abroad (at one’s own expense), Korean guide, and more! For more information, visit the office of International Affairs.
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