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Int'l Summer Program Overview

Overview

The International Summer Program (ISP) at Konkuk University is a two-to-four-week-long summer program that provides a great opportunity for international students wishing to learn about Korea and experience its culture. The program is suitable for all students, but is particularly valuable to those having a general interest in Korea. During their summer vacation, students can now gain an understanding of this vibrant country that is considered as a global economic and cultural powerhouse and a gateway to the world.

☞ Click to see the 2018 International Summer Program (ISP) brochure

2018 ISP Schedule
ISP Session 1 Academic Track
July 1 Dormitory Check-in
July 2 Orientation
July 3-5 Class 1-3
July 6 Field Trip 1
July 9-12 Class 4-7
July 13 Field Trip 2
July 16-19 Class 8-11
July 20 Field Trip 3
July 23-26 Class 12-15
July 27 Completion Ceremony
July 28 Dormitory Check-out
ISP Session 2 Cultural Track
July 1 Dormitory Check-in
July 2 Orientation
Academic Seminar 1
July 3-4 Korean Language 1-2
Cultural Activity 1-2
July 5 Korean Language 3
July 6 Field Trip
July 9 Korean Language 4
Academic Seminar 2
July 10-11 Korean Language 5-6
Cultural Activity 3-4
July 12 Korean Language 7
July 13 Korean Language 8
Completion Ceremony
July 14 Dormitory Check-out

☞ Click to see the 2018 ISP detailed schedule

KU 2018 International Summer Program Poster
Highlights of the Program
  • Choice between two summer sessions that vary in academic courses and dates
  • Classes offering interesting insights to Korean history, culture, and business practices
  • Chance to learn the Korean language from KU Foreign Language Institutes
  • On-Campus housing guaranteed 100%
  • Field trips and various cultural programs
  • Weekend programs and many extracurricular programs with Konkuk students
  • Strong support from the Office of International Affairs including airport pick-up, Student Buddy System, etc.
Eligibility

All applicants should be enrolled in an accredited college or university and must be able to take college-level courses in English. We require students from non-English-speaking countries to demonstrate that their spoken and written English is adequate for the program as follows.

  • Substantial education—minimum of two years—conducted in English
  • Minimum score of 80 in TOEFL iBT or 6.0 in IELTS

Please consult with the study abroad advisor at your home institution to find out if you are required to demonstrate your English proficiency.

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