Location and Demographics
HUFS has two campuses in South Korea. Students can choose to study at one of the two campuses.
Seoul Campus: This is the University’s main campus and is located in South Korea’s capital city of Seoul. Students can study here for the Spring, Fall or for an academic year. There is also an International Summer Session (ISS) offered in Korean and East Asian Studies on this campus. The coursework taught in English on the Seoul campus includes: Business, Economics, Political Science, Mass Communications, International Studies, Education, English, Korean Studies, and language courses.
Global Campus: This campus is located in Yongin, a rapidly developed city of about 1 million people approximately one hour away from Seoul by bus and subway. Students can study here for the Spring, Fall or for an academic year. The coursework taught in English on the Yongin campus includes: Philosophy, History, Mathematics, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Chemistry, Business and Economics courses.
HUFS has approximately 27,000 undergraduate students, 3,500 graduate students, and over 1,300 international students from around the world.
Visit the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies website to view the University’s two campuses, courses, facilities, and more.
Application & Deadline
Applications and inquiries should be directed to the SUNY Oneonta Office of International Education only. A completed SUNY Overseas Academic Programs Application is due to the OIE by February 15 for Fall, Summer or academic year studies, and by September 13 for Spring studies.
Fall: Beginning of September – Mid-December
Spring: Beginning of March – Mid-June
Duration and Cost
Cost for the program is affordable and value-added for in-state and out-of-state residents.
Semester Cost Sheet
International Summer Session Cost Sheet
SUNY students stay on-campus in HUFS’ dormitory, double occupancy.
For the past 10 years, HUFS has offered an International Summer Session (ISS) in Korean and East Asian Studies. The ISS is a 4-week program from mid-July to mid-August that gives students the opportunity to gain a better understanding of Korea through coursework in Korean history, performing arts, literature, economy and business, politics, contemporary society and culture, as well as Korean language. Students take 2 courses and receive 3 U.S. credits per course, for a total of 6 U.S. credits.
For more information about the ISS, including information about courses, housing, field trips, specific program dates and more, view the ISS website . Also, look for the HUFS International Summer Session Facebook page!
Open to SUNY Oneonta students only, eligibility for the semester, academic year and ISS Summer programs at HUFS includes sophomore status or above with a cumulative GPA of 2.5. The program is open to all majors, though the program is ideal for English, Education, International Studies, and Business Economics majors.