Full Scholarships to Study in South Korea for Fall 2014!
Every semester since 2005, CCIE has received full scholarships from Soonchunhyang University.
For Fall Semester 2014, a number of full scholarships will again be awarded.
Students do not need to know any Korean to apply.
APPLICATIONS ARE DUE APRIL 25, 2014.
The scholarship includes the following:
- Room/board (not meals, books or daily expenses)
- Weekly living expense support of 150,000 W (approximately $ 100)
- Airfare (up to $ 700). Students must buy their own tickets. When they arrive in Korea, there will be a bank account already in their name with half of the airfare amount reimbursed for their initial living expenses. When they complete the program, they will receive the second half of this money.
It is suggested that students bring with them $ 200 for the first few weeks, especially if they want to travel prior to the beginning of school.
Students take courses in Korean Language; Korean Cultural Experience and Heritage; Social & Cultural History of Korea; Korean/American Relations; Korean Political Economy; Korean Business and Economics; Understanding Korean Education; Comparative Family Systems. In addition, students will spend 15 hours per week in the “cultural and language ambassador” program in which they converse with Korean students studying at Soonchunhyang University and share cultural information. Academic credits are offered by Soonchunhyang University, which is a fully accredited university.
This is not a group study abroad program, but rather an individually designed program and as such, medical insurance must be obtained privately by an international insurance provider before arrival on campus. Your study abroad advisor on campus will be able to assist you with this criteria.
Soonchunhyang University was founded in 1978 and offers undergraduate programs in 5 colleges: Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine; and Graduate programs in 3 schools: Graduate School, School of Education, and School of Industrial information. The university is located on Central West Coast of South Korea, and is located nearby famous resort destinations and cultural attractions.
For More Information:
- Visit the Soonchunhyang University website at: http://sgee.sch.ac.kr (English located at the top right)
- "Study Abroad with a Cultural Internship" brochure is a concise description of the unique internship program and is a good place to start for students and parents
- Academics Courses includes a summary of semester course requirements and a description of all SCH courses available to international students (those taught in English). All courses are not offered every semester. The specific courses being taught for a given semester and their respective syllabi will be available approximately 3 months before the start of the semester. Students need these syllabi to be reviewed by faculty to determine if a particular course will transfer to their home university.
- Academic Calendar contains application deadlines, semester start and end dates, official student arrival dates and dormitory move in dates.
- Go to the "Apply" page on the University website: http://sgee.sch.ac.kr/asia/sub04/sub_02_01.php
- Complete basic personal and academic information and submit the form.
(Once the form is submitted, you will be directed to next steps.)
- Send in required forms. The forms are downloadable Word documents so you can complete and send them electronically.
- Downlaod the "Letter of Nomination Form." Complete the top half and email to StudyAbroad@smc.edu.
The study abroad advisor will complete the bottom, sign the form, and email it back to you.
- In addition to the forms, you must submit a 500 word essay indicating why you deserve the scholarship
- Applicants are required to scan and email their official college/university transcript and passports if you have at the time of the application (A passport is not requried at the time of the application, but is required to apply for a visa if accepted. You must have your passport number ASAP after acceptance so as not to delay the visa proces
- Attach all required forms to one email and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
(In the subject line write "STUDY ABROAD - Last name, First name")
- Send a copy of all downloaded documents to Dr. Rosalind Raby at the CCIE at email@example.com
Including: a copy of your completed application, a letter indicating that the Study Abroad coordinator is aware that you are applying for this scholarship, a 500 word essay indicating why you want to study in Korea and how your studies will benefit you in your future studies/profession, and a copy of your unofficial transcripts.
NOTE - Only applications that are received by both the Soonchunhyang University
AND Dr. Raby will be considered for the scholarship.