Summer Study Abroad
Ulsan (Korea) Summer Program
Ulsan International Program is designed for students who want to learn Korean culture, history, society, and business as well as Korean language. The program consists of a broad range of classes and excursions. Participants visit a wide variety of historical and cultural sites around Ulsan and other cities in Korea. The program includes field trips to industrial complexes as well. For more details, visit the Ulsan International Program page.
Application deadline is April 29, 2016. Send an email to Linda.Thao@uafs.edu for more information.
University of Ulsan (South Korea)
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- Korean Language Programs
Ulsan International Program: UIP is an international summer program designed for foreign students who want to learn Korean culture, history, society, business as well as Korean language. The program consists of a broad range of classes and excursions. Participants visit a wide variety of historical and cultural sites around Ulsan and other cities in Korea. On top of them, the program includes field trips to industrial complexes as well.During 4 weeks, participants experience many different aspects of Korea such as sitting on the floor during meals and sleeping on the floor at night. We recommend that participants famihtfloze themmenves with Korean culture by surfing the Internet and making Korean friends at home to better prepare for life in Ulsan. For those who are less tolerable toward other culture, the UIP is a splendid experience to broaden their views. The program includes a one-night stay at a Buddhist temple and a four-day visit to Seoul; presidential place, Asan hospital of the UOU medical school(arguably the largest in the world), DMZ, and etc.
Spanish in Salamanca
UAFS offers special Spanish courses in Salmanca, Spain during Summers 1 and 2. These courses are specially designed homestay programs that allows UAFS students to deepen their knowledge and experiences in authentic Spanish culture.
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