You can study abroad for a semester or year abroad at Korea University with GlobaLinks Learning Abroad. Your study abroad experience is all about you!
GlobaLinks Learning Abroad is here to help you assist you in your path of discovery throughout the study abroad experience. We design our programs so that our local and overseas staff are available 24 hours a day to support you in health and safety matters and are also key in enhancing your study abroad experience. Through our planned activities and resident directors personal recommendations for activities you can undertake while abroad, you will be directed on a path of personal, academic, cultural, social, and professional discovery. This team, which supports you throughout your experience, will ensure that you have the most fulfilling experience possible - one that is unique to you! So... What Will You Discover?
Studying abroad in Asia with GlobaLinks Learning Abroad will be the educational adventure of a lifetime. Imagine yourself immersed in the vibrant cultures and customs of the East as you witness unprecedented growth of Asian economic giants and their impact on the future of our global economy.
GlobaLinks Learning Abroad offers a semester or summer abroad at Korea University, one of the largest, most selective, and historic universities in Korea. Korea University offers a variety of courses in all professional fields and over 40% are taught in English. Korean language instruction is offered every semester with six different levels available from beginner to advanced.
All GlobaLinks Learning Abroad semester/year abroad programs include an in-country Bridging Cultures Program, 24 on-site support services through a Resident Coordinator, survival language instruction, buddy program, optional travel excursion, and comprehensive services before, during, and after your semester/year abroad.
No language requirement.
Each semester students are invited to participate in a variety of optional affordable excursions organized by the GlobaLinks Learning Abroad Resident Coordinator. Each activity is designed to be fun and educational so that students gain a deeper appreciation for the arts, culture, and history. Examples include:
* Visit to the De-Militarized Zone (DMZ)
* Korean Folk Village
* Korean Opera
* Historic temples