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South Korea

South Korea

Sogang University (Exchange Partner): Seoul, South Korea
Spring/Fall/Academic Year
Sogang University, a Belmont Exchange partner, is the only Jesuit higher education institution in Korea and is one of the most prestigious universities in Korea.
AREA OF STUDY: Korean language and literature, Humanities, Social Science, Chinese Culture, Japanese Culture, Economics, Business, Art and Technology 
CONTACT:
Dr. Sehyun Yoo
CIEE (External Program Provider)

South Korea: Seoul
Semester, Year, Summer
Spend a semester or year in Seoul and take courses, taught in English or Korean, in international business, humanities, social sciences, and the arts; have access to the Yonsei School of Business (YSB) and its Creative Leadership Forum, which offers a series of discussions on investment banking, management consulting, media, and entrepreneurship. Or spend a summer studying in Seoul with a range of courses in international business, science and technology, humanities, social sciences, and the arts as well as the Korean cultural wave Hallyu, East Asian studies, and Korean studies.
AREA OF STUDY: See individual program listings
CONTACT: Bonnie Marschner

CIEE (External Program Provider)

Semester/Academic Year/Summer
Seoul, South Korea
Seoul, South Korea, is a city that embraces both a modern and traditional way of life. By studying abroad with CIEE in this city of more than 25 million inhabitants, you’ll explore museums, galleries, theaters, cultural venues, and historic monuments and sites, all with the purpose of providing you with a historical perspective into Korea’s dynastic periods which established the intellectual and cultural foundation for modern Korean society. Whether you spend your summer focused on intensive Korean studies, or your fall or spring semester broadening your arts and sciences education, you’ll have the opportunity to get to know this financial and commercial center from the inside.
AREA OF STUDY: Korean language and culture 
CONTACT: Bonnie Marschner