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About the Program The KNU 4-week Global Summer School brings together students and academics from all over the world for a unique intercultural learning experience and special taste of Korean culture. All courses are taught in English, and you will take courses with Korean students as well as other participants from all over the world.
June 26 ~ July 23, 2016
※ The schedule is subject to change.
※ All classes are scheduled in the morning, and all cultural activities are scheduled in the afternoon.
|Course Title||Credits||Time||Lecturer||Home University||Syllabus|
|English Composition||3||M-Th, 9-12||Tim Hibsman||Indiana University of Pennsylvania|
|English Reading on International Politics||3||M-Th, 9-12||Arvind Kumar||Manipal University|
|History of Science||3||M-Th, 9-12||Jeffrey Hollifield||Lander University|
|Business Ethics||3||M-Th, 9-12||Uyi Lawani||Marshall University|
|E-business||3||M-Th, 9-12||Peter Trkman||University of Ljubljana|
|Marketing||3||M-Th, 9-12||Christakis Liasidis||University of Sheffield|
|C++ Programming||3||M-Th, 9-12||Paul Doyle||Dublin Institute of Technology|
|Microprocessor||3||M-Th, 9-12||Benaoumeur Senouci||ECE|
|Materials of Polymer||3||M-Th, 9-12||Valerio Causin||University of Padova|
|Global Affairs||3||M-Th, 9-12||Lincoln Davies||University of Utah|
|Global Business||3||M-Th, 9-12||Justyna Majewska||Univeristy of Economics in Katowice|
|Global Communication||3||M-Th, 9-12||Kamila Ludwikowsk||Wroclaw University of Technology|
|Global Culture||3||M-Th, 9-12||Walter Hakala||University at Buffalo, SUNY|
|South Korea and International Relations||3||M-Th, 9-12||Alexandra Jaskolska||Warsaw University|
|Korean Language 1||3||M-Th, 9-12||Youngmi Kim||Kyungpook National Univeristy|
Introduction to Translation
|3||M-Th, 9-12||Kang Myoung Sook||Kyungpook National Univeristy|
All participants will be assigned a double-occupancy room in the KNU on-campus dormitories (2 students per room). Rooms are furnished with beds, mattresses, cabinets, desks, chairs, and bookshelves. Breakfast is provided at the dormitory cafeteria.
|Tuition||USD300||Waived for students from partner universities|
|Housing Fee||USD350||Including breakfast|
|Cultural Activities Fee||USD400|
Your personal guide to KNU and Korean culture: your buddy will contact you via e-mail prior to your departure for Korea.
|Application Deadline||May 1, 2016|
|Letter of Acceptance & Invoice posted||May 20, 2016|
|Payment of Tuition & Fees||June 10, 2016|
|Dormitory Check-in||June 26, 2016|
|Transcript posted to home university||End of August|
|Cancellation before June 10, 2016||100% Refund *|
|Cancellation before June 17, 2016||50% Refund *|
|Cancellation after June 18, 2016||No Refund|
* Registration fee is non-refundable.