Summer Institute: Inje University Korean Language and Culture Program
June 21 to July 4, 2015
2 weeks (8 to 14 days)
Korean Language Class, Korean Culture Class, Various Excursion
Open to all students
April 26 2015
What to Expect/Highlights
The purpose of this short-term program is to give the students a variety of different opportunities to enhance their Korean language skills and provide cultural activities such as K-POP dancing, Korean cooking, Taekwondo (martial art).
Korean Language & Culture Class: Korean Sentence Processing, The Origin of Hangeul, Pronunciation / Writing / Speaking / Reading, Making Your Own Korean Traditional Pottery, Wearing Hanbok, K-POP Dance / Taekwondo, Making Traditional Korean Food, Watching Korean Film.
Program also includes Gimhae and Busan city tours.
Gimhae Tour: Gaya Kingdoms & Myth of King Suro, Jangyu Lotte Oulet Shopping Mall, Gimhae National Museum, Clayarch Gimhae Museum.
Busan Tour: Haeundae Beach, BIFF Square, Nurimaru APEC House, Yongdusan Park.
Partner Organization and Location
Since its opening in 1979 with the founding spirits of Insuljese (‘Save the world with the healing art’) and Indeokjese (‘Save the world with benevolence and virtue’), Inje University has practiced love and service, and is doing its best to foster talented individuals with creative thinking and challenging character. The University has 8 Colleges, 13 Schools, 33 Departments and 5 Graduate Schools: General, Business, Social Welfare, Education, Public Health. Inje University has signed academic exchange agreements with 91 universities and research institutes in 15 countries, including the United States, Japan, Sweden, Canada, China, and the Philippines is developing into a global university.
Gimhae is located at the southeastern tip of Korean peninsula. Due to the influence of coastal climate, Gimhae is the mildest region in Korea. It is the 13th largest of 20 cities and counties in the province.
Accommodation and Transportation
Accommodation is provided and included in the program fee. Students will be living in double- occupancy rooms in one of the on-campus dorms, called Inje English Town and Inje Global Town.
Approximate program price includes round-trip flight to Korea, however, price is based on availability and is subject to change. We suggest you book the ticket as early as possible.
Students need to arrive to Gimhae International Airport, where they will be greeted by a representative of Inje University.
Approximate Fees Include:
- All program classes and activities
- Round trip flight
- Lunch and dinner daily
- Personal expenses
- Passport and country entrance visa
Payment and Application Process
Payment process and Instructions:
You must apply to the Study Abroad opportunity by following the registration process set by the Partner Institute/Organization. Please refer to the information below.
You must register at Niagara College’s Be World Ready Program in order to be eligible for the $500 BWR Grant as well as have our staff assist you with your travel arrangements and details.
Be World Ready Grant Application Process:
- Apply Online
- Payment Due (see above)
- Attend Info Session for detailed itinerary
- Upon Return: Complete BWR Travel Grant form
Guard Me Grant:
All students applying to study abroad at Inje University are eligible to apply for a $1000 Guard Me Grant to help offset the costs of this educational experience.
The deadline for the Guard Me Grant Application is March 31st. 2016
This Guard Me Grant will be awarded to 1 student participating in the Inje University Korean Language and Culture Program per year.