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Kent State Fashion School-Dankook University Summer Program
Seoul, South Korea (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms:
Program Terms: Summer
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Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2019 03/22/2019 ** TBA TBA

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


KENT STATE FASHION SCHOOL-DANKOOK SUMMER PROGRAM

Program Term: Summer
Location: Seoul, South Korea
Language Pre-requisite: None
Primary Instruction Language: English
Eligibility: 2.0 GPA


INTRODUCTION

seoulDuring the summer, fashion design and merchandising students earn six Kent State University credits
while taking approved Fashion School courses at Dankook University in South Korea. The month-long
program, held in July, also includes optional cultural activities, including: calligraphy, Korean traditional
music, Korean traditional dance, making kimchi, Taekwondo, temple stay, mud festival, visit to a Korean company
and a folk village.


WHY STUDY IN SOUTH KOREA?

seoulThe KSU Fashion School Korea Program offers Fashion Design and Merchandising students the opportunity to study away while gaining international experience in Seoul, South Korea’s capital and one of the world’s most modern and technologically advanced cities. Additionally, this program offers a number of cultural immersion activities that will enrich your experience abroad and bolster your resumé and overall learning. Furthermore, Seoul is one of the safest capital cities in Asia, with one of the lowest-recorded crime rates and safety threats to foreign travelers and students.
 


COURSE OFFERINGS
The Kent State Fashion School/Dankook University Program provides six credits that can be applied to FDM electives or support core electives.
Courses include:

  • Entrepreneurship & Design
  • Planning Branding Design

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
Select students will be able to participate in an exciting internship opportunity based at a local fashion industry leader in Seoul. Internships will last for approximately 4-5 weeks prior to the start of the academic program at Dankook University. Students will gain valuable professional experience and insights into Korean fashion brands, production, technology, and more. Successful completion of the internship program earns students 3.0 credits.


ACADEMIC CALENDAR

Internship dates for Summer 2019 are June 10 to July 12
Program dates for Summer 2019 are July 13 to August 9

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

seoul + Minimum GPA of 2.0
 + 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.




 

HOUSING

Students will be living in double-occupancy rooms in an on-campus dormitory for the academic program. All rooms are furnished with single beds, pillows, desks, chairs, wardrobes, telephone, Internet and a private bathroom. Laundry facilities, a cafeteria, a fitness center, a convenience store and reading rooms are also available in the dormitory. Students participating in the internship program prior to the academic program will live in local apartments and pay rent to the apartment provider/landlord. Dankook University and Kent State will assist students with locating local apartments.


CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

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!

 


PROGRAM COSTS:
 Please click on the link at the top of the page "Budget Sheet".

PROGRAM COORDINATORS:
Professor William Perrine
Senior Lecturer, The Fashion School
wperrine@kent.edu 

Sara Morato
Assistant Director, Education Abroad
smoratoq@kent.edu 

 

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