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Dankook University: Semester Program
Yongin, South Korea (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms:
Program Terms: Academic Year,
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Restrictions: KSU applicants only
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Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Fall 2019 04/01/2019 ** 08/21/2019 12/22/2019
NOTE: NOTE: Dates are based off previous academic calendars and are meant to be used as a reference only. Do NOT book travel or other logistical accommodations based off these dates.
Academic Year 2019-2020 04/01/2019 ** 08/21/2019 06/14/2020
NOTE: NOTE: Dates are based on previous academic calendars and are meant to be used as a reference only. Do NOT book travel or other logistical accommodations based off these dates.

** Refer to the brochure page below for official program dates.
Program Description:
Program Description:



Program Term: Semester
Language Pre-requisite: None
Primary Instruction Language: English
Eligibility: 2.5 GPA
Program Type: Exchange



seoulThis semester exchange program takes you to Dankook University, a private university in southern Seoul. Dankook has two campuses: main campus-Jukjeon, and the regional Cheonan campus.

Yongin is a Seoul-suburb with a popluation of about one millon, and is only a 30 minute bus ride from central Seoul.  It is a very active and young region of Seoul and home to great restaurants and cafes.



dankookStudents enrolled in this program register for a full 12-15 credit hour semester courseload. Available classes include business, communication, art, humanities, political science, cultural studies, Korean language, and more!  A finalized list of classes will be made available at a later date.

Classes are typically held Monday - Friday, and run from 9am - 4pm, similar to a US schedule.

*New Tutoring Program* Receive a FREE Korean Language  course (non-credit bearing) and the opportunity to assisting in leading an English conversation class. The experience is for 40 hours/semester. Benefits include FREE on-campus accommodation and FREE Korean language course! For more information, see the Dankook Tutoring Program flyer and contact the program coordinator (information at the bottom of this document)


*Fall Semester: September 1 - December 31
*Spring Semester: February 1 - May 5
*tentative dates.

Classes taught in English:


seoul Freshman - Seniors
 Minimum GPA of 2.5.
 Students must have taken classes at Kent State University for at least one semester before applying.
 There is no language requirement (no previous knowledge of Korean required).
 Valid passport. US citizens: no visa is required for this program
 International students must consult the Consulate/Embassy of South Korea to determine their immigration requirements.



On-campus housing is available (dormitory style-shared double room) and is ONLY $1,200 for the entire semester!
Free on-campus housing available for students participatin gin the Tutoring Program.
To get more information contact this program's coordinator (see the end of this page).


seoulStudents pay for the standard 12-18 credit hour  tuition rate (4-6 courses). Tuition rates are based off of Kent State's current Ohio Resident and Non-Ohio Resident rates, and students are billed respectively. In addition, students are billed for medical insurance and the study abroad exchange program fee ($250).

Students will be responsible for covering their housing, airfare, meals, and any personal expenses.
Students that participate in the Tutoring Program will receive FREE HOUSING.


Financial aid and scholarships are applicable toward this program!

View a complete listing of available scholarships.


seoulThis program includes cultural activities, which may include:
+Korean cooking lessons
+Korean movies
+Art & calligraphy
+Korean music and dance
+Field trips to a temple, the mountains, Palace and Museum tour, and Folk Village, among others!


Sara Morato
Assistant Director, Education Abroad

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