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Program Description: The Sejong Campus promotes globalization aimed at cultivating competitive talents high in demand in Korea and beyond. The University offers a variety of overseas exchange programs, English only zone, intensive foreign language classes, a practical curriculum, major courses in English and plans to open an international town in which foreign exchange students and Korea University students can learn foreign language and international cultures are just a few of the numerous programs Sejong Campus puts forth for campus globalization. In addition, Sejong Campus's newly built state-of-the-art learning-oriented dormitory accommodates more than 40% of students. The dormitory runs a wide array of leadership programs such as a special course on Discourse of Confucius and Leadership to nurture leadership skills of students and global programs including English-only zones and special English courses taught by native speakers to inspire global mindsets to students.
Application Procedure: After meeting with a study abroad advisor, applicants will must complete the UofM study abroad online application as well as the J.F. Oberlin application materials for exchange students found on the U of M online application. TheJ.F. Oberlin application will need to be turned in to the study abroad office. Students must have 2 semesters of Japanese Language to apply for this program.
International Town at Sejong Program Scholarship: Students interested in the KU program have a unique opportunity to participate in the International Town at Sejong Program (ITS) which provides students with a unique cultural immersion experience and financial assistance. In order to apply for the ITS Program, students must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and participate in the following:
Enroll in a Korean language and culture course
Enroll in at least 6 credit hours of regular courses taught in English
Stay in a 3 person dormitory with 2 Korean students
Participate in one on one conversation sessions with KU students 1 hour/day
Participate in ITS events (International Universities Fair, Speech Contest, etc.)
Help KU students practice English writing and speaking (8 hours per week)
Participants of the International Town Program receive the following scholarship benefits:
Reimbursement of Round-trip airfare from the U.S. (up to $1,100)