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CIEE Arts and Sciences Program in Seoul, Korea
Seoul has hosted the 1988 Summer Olympics, 2002 FIFA World Cup, and 2010 G-20 Seoul Summit. But its most enduring award is its designation as a UNESCO City of Design. There’s no better place to study business, language, humanities, and more than in this lively center of design excellence and information technology. With the Seoul Mates program, university clubs, and a variety of cultural excursions, our Arts and Sciences program in South Korea gives you access to this wonderful culture and ensures an immersive international experience like none other.
Study abroad in Seoul and you will:
Take courses taught in English or Korean in international business, humanities, social sciences, and the arts; intensive Korean language courses for all levels.
Receive ongoing support, guidance, and care provided by a long-time American resident in Korea and a local university graduate
Go on an international excursion to Japan for insight into the Korean Diaspora and Korea’s influence on Japanese art and architecture
Have access to the Yonsei School of Business (YSB) is AACSB accredited and frequently holds discussions with business leaders in specific fields such as investment banking, management consulting, media and entrepreneurship as part of YSB’s Creative Leadership forum.
Please check the CIEE website for final program dates, and speak with your CIEE Study Abroad Advisor prior to booking airfare.
Why study at Yonsei University in Seoul?
Live in the capital of South Korea, one of East Asia’s most dynamic economies
Take classes English at prestigious Korean private university in a wide variety of subject areas while learning Korean language from beginning or higher level
Participate in extensive program of cultural activities and field trips
Volunteer to work with North Korean refugee school children
Housing in international student campus residences
Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:
East Asian Studies
Global Development Studies
Sciences – Natural and Applied