Summer I & II
|Want More Information?||Click Here for the Program Website|
|Who Can Apply?||TTU applicants only|
|Term||Year||TTU Application Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Summer I & II||2014||03/30/2014**||Rolling Admission||TBA||TBA|
** Application acceptance decisions are made on a rolling basis.
|Field of Study:||Art, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Economics, Education, Electrical Engineering, English, Environmental Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Korean, Management, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Political Science, Sociology|
|Program Type:||Reciprocal Exchange|
|Study Abroad Advisor:||Jesse Malone|
|Scholarships Available:||Study Abroad Competitive Scholarship|
International Exchange Program
The International Exchange Program at University of Ulsan(UOU) is designed to offer one or two semesters student exchange for those students interested in coming to a foreign country and studying a different culture and language. Consistent with its emphasis on global education, University of Ulsan offers a variety of courses taught in English on a regular basis. They are designed to provide valuable opportunities for both international and Korean students to study their chosen fields in a multicultural atmosphere. International students may apply to spend one or two semesters at University of Ulsan as an exchange student. Students may apply through the international office at their campus and pay tuition to their university. The application fee is waived. The program is beneficial to international students anticipating careers in Asia or multi-national corporations as well as to those seeking advanced degrees in international or area studies.
Korean Language Program
UIP is a summer international program designed for foreign students who want to learn basic Korean language, cultures, history, society, and business environments. The program consists of lectures, excursions and field trips. Participants will have chances to visit a wide variety of places such as historical, cultural and industrial sites around Ulsan and other cities in Korea. To maximize the Korean Studies experience, each student will be paired with a Korean student from UOU and share a room in the dormitory throughout the program.
The Office of International Affairs and Education grants certain credits to participants. One of the topics covered in the program is 'Tradition and Industrialization'. This topic is very important at the University of Ulsan.
The university plays an important role in Ulsan city which is one of Korea's major industrial centers. For that theme, therefore, prominent professors and CEOs will give lectures in English as part of the course in addition to field trips.
Parties, sports contests, and discussions in Korean Studies will promote friendship among students and help them to connect. Before the program ends, participants will have to submit a short essay, which will be used for evaluation.