SUNY Oneonta

South Korea - Yonsei University at Wonju

A well-rounded exchange program providing an array of cultural and didactic experiences at a prestigious university in a beautiful, rural setting. The Global Village (GV) program is ideal for English, Education, History, Political Science, and International Studies majors. The program is only open to SUNY Oneonta students.

Yonsei University at Wonju (YUW) is situated in a valley surrounded by 360 degrees of beautiful mountain views in rural South Korea. The campus is a retreat from the busy, big cities in Korea and is an excellent fit for SUNY Oneonta students seeking to experience the rich tradition and customs of South Korea.

Home to over 5,000 undergraduates, Yonsei University at Wonju is a leader in campus internationalization in conjunction with its main campus in Seoul. Courses in the GV program are taught in English and includes Korean language and culture/history coursework and field trips.

The Global Village (GV) program is a unique opportunity to get immersed in Korean language and culture. Students take part in a cultural internship program, teaching English at the Wonju campus in small group settings and may be eligible for up to a $3,000 stipend.

SUNY Oneonta students must enroll in a Korean language course through the SILP program at Oneonta, taught by Yonsei University at Wonju prior to enrollment at YUW. Eligibility includes sophomore standing, GPA of 2.5 or higher, and strong faculty recommendation.

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