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|Minimum Language Requirement:||KOR 103||Language of Instruction:||English, Korean|
|Minimum Cumulative GPA:||3.0||Class Eligibility:||2. Sophomore, 3. Pre-Junior, 4. Junior|
|Other Eligibility Requirements:||Academic Pre-Approval, Co-op Approval, Course Pre-Approval, See Brochure for details||Eligible Majors:||All Majors|
|Type of Program:||Exchange||Housing Options:||Dormitory|
|Program Advisor:||Lauren Steinberg||Supplemental Application:||Yes|
With over 25,000 students, Hanyang is one of the premier private universities in Korea. Of these students, over 3,000 students are international students coming from over 42 different countries.
Hanyang is known not only for its core academic program but also for its Korean Language and Culture program. If you are interested in a term that focuses only on Korean Language instruction, the Korean Language and Culture Program is for you.
Students who can't devote a whole term to learning Korean will also have the opportunity to take Korean Language as part of their course offerings.
Approximately 35% of Hanyang's courses are offered in English. Drexel students may choose from any course in the Hanyang course catalog but should be aware of the language of instruction of their selected courses. All students going to Hanyang may take Korean language courses either as part of the regular course offerings or as part of an intensive Korean language program.
Hanyang offers a variety of courses in English. Students searching for course offerings should check Hanyang's webiste, searching the individual colleges for course offerings. Please remember that course offerings can change, thus you should double check to make sure that the course is in fact being offered when you are planning on going to Korea.
Program Calendar (Regular courses not Language & Culture)
Fall Semester (Hanyang's semester 2): Early Sept ~ Mid-Dec. Drexel students will have to arrive in Korea at the end of August, before the end of Drexel's summer term. Students should plan on leaving their spring/summer co-op early.
Spring Semester (Hanyang's semester 1): Early March ~ Mid- June. Drexel students will have to arrive in Korea at the end of February, before the end of Drexel's winter term. Students should plan on leaving their fall/winter co-op early. Please double check the end date for the spring semester to make sure that you are back in time for Drexel's summer term.
The Korean Language & Culture program If you are interested in in spending a term focusing only on Korean language acquisition, this program is perfect for you! It follows a different academic calendar which, with a few adjustments, would work well for Drexel students. More information can be found here: http://ili.hanyang.ac.kr/000002/105/e_info1.html
Program Calendar (Korean Language & Culture)
Hanyang University - Course Equivalents.xlsx Students will need to get equivalents approved by the appropriate department for each course they plan to take abroad. For example, if you want to take a history course abroad Drexel credit, its equivalent must be pre-approved by the History Department at Drexel.
Grading & Credits: Students are taught and graded by Korean faculty at Hanyang. Grades are noted as "CR/NCR" on their transcript and will NOT affect their GPA. In order to receive CR students must earn a "C" or above at the host institution. Drexel students should plan on taking 20 credits per semesters which is a full course load at Hanyang. They should make sure that the 20 credits are equal to between 12 and 20 Drexel credits. Thus you will be a full-time student at both Hanyang and Drexel.
Seoul is the capital and largest city in South Korea. With a population of over 10 million, it is one of the world's largest cities. The Seoul National Capital Area, which includes the major port city of Incheon and most of Gyeonggi-do, has 24.5 million inhabitants, and is the world's second largest metropolitan area. Almost half of South Korea's population live in the Seoul National Capital Area, and nearly a quarter in Seoul itself, making it the country's foremost economic, political, and cultural center. Seoul is also home to a rapidly growing international population of over 250,000, reflecting its role as an important destination for immigrants to South Korea.
Housing options: Students will be living in residence halls during their stay in Korea. Please note that many Korean dorms are single sex dorms-- thus there are male dorms and female dorms. Female dorms frequently have some restrictions as to when the residents may receive visitors. For Academic year 2013/2014, Hanyang is waiving the cost of housing for inbound exchange students!
Entry Visa: All students are required to obtain a student visa in order to study in Korea. For more information, visit the Korean Embassy Website.
Summer Semester Program - New for Summer 2013!
Students now have the option of attending Hanyang University during their summer term. You must be scheduled for summer class in order to participate in this summer program.
2013 Program Dates: June 27 - July 28, 2013
This opportunity is open to all majors and has no language pre-requisite. It is ideal for students studying Business, International Area Studies, Engineering or any student needing to fulfill general elective credits . Hanyang offers a diverse array of courses to choose from.
Students will take 3 courses at Hanyang during their summer semester. CLICK HERE for course offerings.
In order to maintain a full time summer course load, students must take a minimum of 12 Drexel credits. Students may choose to supplement Hanyang course offerings with an Independent Study or Online Course to meet this requirement.
Summer students will live in on-campus dormitories without any additional charge and will take classes alongside other international students. Students can learn more about Hanyang's International Student services and review the international student handbook HERE.
U.S. citizens participating in the summer program will not be required to obtain a visa for their studies.
This is a Drexel sponsored program, you will pay regular Drexel tuition and all of your financial aid travels with you. More information can be found in the budget sheet located at the top of the brochure. If you are interested in seeking additional funding, you should considering applying for study abroad scholarships.
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