Institution & Organizer: Dankook University

Students can be fully immersed in Korean culture by learning the Korean language and participating in various activities and field trips during this three week intensive program.


Choose Session 1 OR Session 2

Schedule Session 1:

Arrival: 30 July 2018

Orientation: 31 July 2018

Classes & Activities: 31 July 2018 – 16 August 2018

Departure: 17 August 2018


Schedule Session 2:

Arrival: 6 August 2018

Orientation: 7 August 2018

Classes & Activities: 7 August 2018 – 23 August 2018

Departure: 24 August 2018


Korean Class Detail:

Course Dates: Monday – Friday, 5 days / week

Course Times: 9 am – 1 pm

Course Hours: total 45 hours / course

Placement Test: first day of class



Students can earn 3 credits for Korean language classes

Upon participation in over 70% of the cultural activities and field trips, students can receive 3 credits for Korean Culture Studies.

To transfer credits, students are advised to consult with an academic advisor at their home university and obtain pre-approval to receive credits for coursework from DKU.


Fees include:

  • Application fee
  • Student fees
  • Tuition (Korean language)
  • Accommodation




Included Cultural Activities:
Seoul Tour (National Museum and Nam-san Tower) and non-verbal musical (no additional fees)

Optional Cultural Activities:

Cultural activities will follow classes every day

  • Amusement Park (Everland)
  • Ceramic Arts
  • Korean Traditional Music
  • Korean Traditional Dance
  • K-Pop Dance
  • Korean Movie
  • Making Kimchi

Students can select activities during the application period and pay for the selected activities at the orientation



Students will stay on campus (Dankook University's dormitory).


Available departures

Unfortunately, no places are available on this program at the moment

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